Reading for other people was nerve-racking at first. But I found that when I read, I often felt in a state of ‘flow’ – that mindset where you’re happily ‘in the zone’. I certainly wasn’t in any sort of trance, but as soon as I began to deal out the cards I would feel unusually relaxed and open, allowing images to form and simply reporting what came to mind There are many ways of working with the deck. You should choose your own deck by being drawn to it intuitively. There are layers upon layers of systems to learn, including Kabbalah, the tree of life, colour scales, Hebrew letters, numerology, pathways, symbolism, alchemy, astrology, mythology and learning to meditate with each card directly. The more layers you learn the deeper your knowledge and insight into the cardsHOMEPAGE
Job diary: I've been a professional tarot card reader for over 20 years — here's what my days are like
Patti Woods Nov 28, 2020, 7:47 AM
The author Patti Woods during a virtual tarot card reading during the pandemic. Patti Woods
Patti Woods, 49, has been a professional tarot card reader for over 20 years.
Although she stopped holding in-person sessions during the pandemic, she says people are still reaching out to her for virtual readings.
She charges $50 for a half-hour session and works out of a spare room in her home.
A reputable reader won't tell you that someone in your family is going to die or that there's curse placed on your love life — that's a scam, Woods says.
Her goal with every reading is to make sure the client feels some sense of hope.
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I got my first deck of tarot cards when I was 18 years old. Even as a kid, I was fascinated by mysterious and magical things. My mother used to read our tea leaves for fun and I was always intrigued by how a few leaves bunched together could tell so much about a person.
When I discovered tarot at the age of 12 after my sister brought home some cards, I was immediately hooked. Now I'm 49, and I read the cards every day.
Patti Woods. Patti Woods
Some people refer to tarot reading as fortune telling, but I think of them as a tool to divine information about a person's circumstances.
There are 78 cards in a tarot deck. There are four suits (just like playing cards, except the suits are wands, swords, pentacles, and cups; this is referred to as the Minor Arcana) and then there's the Major Arcana, which are cards that are labelled things like The Fool, The Lovers, Death, and The Sun. These are the ones you always see in movies right before something ominous is about to happen, and is why the cards sometimes get a bad rap. There's no reason to fear getting your cards read. A reputable reader isn't going to tell you that anyone is going to die or that you have a curse placed upon you — that's a scam. In a legitimate tarot reading, the cards that are pulled and the way they are spread out will create a unique message that your reader will interpretEvery tarot deck comes with a guidebook to aid in interpretation. However this practice isn’t about learning a correct meaning to the card or a single way to interpret the message. I ask that you use this moment to flex your own “intuitive muscle” and tap in to how a particular card is applicable to different areas of your [login to view URL] is having a major moment. What originated as a card game in Italy around the fifteenth century has become one of pop culture’s latest obsessions, ranging from beauty products to artists putting their own spin on the deck and tarot-inspired
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