TAROT BLOG

TAROT BLOG

TAROT MEDITATION
Tarot meditation is a technique used to learn all the meanings of the tarot cards.
TAROT SPREAD
The tarot spread is the method of laying out of the cards on a table according to set numbers of cards and their positions in a shape determining possible meanings of cards in their respective patterns within spreads.
MEDITATION
Meditation is all the techniques of focusing the mind on particular objects or the breathing process. The purpose of this is to free the mind from all distractions and make it into an emptiness of being. I.e. the mind should remain free from thinking itself and also from reasoning and reason which produce all the distractions of a mind itself.
THE TECHNIQUES OF MEDITATION ARE:
1. BREATH-SITTING.
2. STANDING-MEDITATION OR (ZA-ZEN).

MEDITATION TYPES
There are two types of meditation either seated or standing. Both will be used within the tarot meditation technique/s to create a dual effect on mind and body or vice versa.
READING TAROT
Reading only for yourself
The process of reading only for yourself should not be attempted with other types of tarot reading methods and spreads,  because it would entail a question or even general question reading spreads not at all suitable for meditation on the meanings of the cards.
To determine questions to be asked of a tarot reader the questioner, in this case of readings, would be completely biased by the questioner being the lone person involved in the reading. And this should be taken into consideration and dully noted before selecting any tarot spreads to use of some similarity to those used to perform client readings for other people than oneself.
Reading for only us
Tarot reading for others should only be performed using the appropriate, suitable, spread/s too and not using tarot meditation spread/s, as these spreads are used in group meditations too, also the practice of group-meditation tarots persons.

About Gareth

I am a copywriter and tarot reader
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