The Art of Tarot Journaling

Tarot Journaling Is A  Powerful Way To Understand Your Readings and Card Meanings More Deeply

Taking a card every day and recording the message is a very common practice when it comes to Tarot journaling. There are a couple of suggestions in which you can try to journal  with the Tarot, as well as learning the basics of the various Tarot card meanings. Keep in mind, there is no wrong or right way of doing this. You can experiment as much as you want.

One technique that can be used is to choose a card in the morning time. See what it says. It could be a comment on your daily plans or just a message of some kind. Sometimes it can be a little more general. It can tell you anything, even give you spiritual or philosophical insights into certain things. Take the time to explore it's imagery. What story does it tell you. What does the image personally evoke from you. This is a great way to deepen your understanding of tarot card meanings.

You can then pick a card in the evening and see everything in retrospect. This is a useful step which can help to give you some very valuable feedback when it comes to finding out how well you did with your single-card reading in the morning.

Aside from the daily use of cards, you can also choose to use this for a specific intent. I currently use my daily cards to show me what things I ought to be happy with in my life. You can also use your cards which will allow you to get your affirmation for the day. There are countless other ways of journaling with the Tarot. All of these will depend upon how much time you can put into it. It can provide an excellent practice that will allow you to become more familiar with the cards and even help you to develop your own personal intuition. Use this to your advantage and your will get better and better at interpretation. There is no telling where this technique will lead.

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