Tarot cards are used for divination, the practice of seeking knowledge of the future or counseling and seeking help to decide the right path.
The Tarot is a deep psychological guide to self-empowerment as imaged through 78 symbolic cards. These 78 cards divided as 22 Major Arcana (or trumps) which are the archetypal images and 56 Minor Arcana cards, 16 Court or Personality cards such as Kings, Queens, Princes and Pages. The Minor Arcana also includes 40 numbered cards organized into 4 Suits with 10 cards each, representing various situations. The images on the cards are different on different decks.
There are four elements or suits in Tarot Card: Fire, Earth, Air and Water with 10 cards in each and no inherently negative cards. These four different aspects of our self - physical, intellectual, energetic and emotional, respectively.
Tarot Card is a blessing to the people who are unknown or unaware of their birth date, birth place and birth time.
What is the use of Tarot Card Reading?
Tarot Card Reading is commonly used to measure potential outcomes and evaluate the influences surrounding a person.
Tarot Card Readings is a way of giving guidance/predicting the future or a guide to help you make the decision yourself. This can predict the future based on the ones past. The most powerful sources of information that comes from inside the Tarot Card, aids in coming in contact with one's Higher Self.
The course of a tarot card reading is an indication of good fortune. These cards suggest that something is good coming your way, whether in love, money, business or work. These cards indicate that you are in need of making a little bit of effort to achieve this stroke of luck.
There are two different types of Tarot readings,
A) Question Reading
B) Open Reading
In the term Question Reading, you are addressing a specific question.
Open Reading address the larger aspects of your life instead of a specific problem area or question. In the term, open reading sometimes is done once you're coming into a new phase of life, such as getting married, graduating from college or starting a family.