“I believe that there is one story in the world, and only one... Humans are caught—in their lives, in their thoughts, in their hungers and ambitions, in their avarice and cruelty, and in their kindness and generosity too—in a net of good and evil... There is no other story. A man, after he has brushed off the dust and chips of his life, will have left only the hard, clean questions: Was it good or was it evil? Have I done well—or ill?”
Ohw hi! I'm back! So yep i missed posting here in tumblr. Why i am back? Because i wanna express my feelings and thoughts without other people judging me and besides i have no one to talk to, so yeah imma just express and let things out in here whatever thought i am thinking.
Tarot card reading is a gift. Not everyone can do it nor should they. It is not about pulling cards and asking questions in the hopes of it telling you the future.
The purpose of Tarot is to give you insight on the specifics of your life. It is used as guidance about stuff you already know. It allows you to think of your situations differently with a deeper understanding of who you are and who you want to be.
If you get a reading and you are "not happy" with it a few things happened
1. You are skeptical
2. You have bad intentions
3. You didn't get a reading from someone who is doing honest work
4. You're in denial about your situations
5. You weren't specific enough
A good tarot reader will explain and take their time with the reading. If you feel they are guessing or rushing they might not be doing honest work. Feel free to ask questions and always trust your gut.
I would also keep your thoughts to yourself about the cards as they are laid out. The reader may subconsciously add stuff based on experiences if you talk too much. It is your job to listen during the reading. The person doing the reading is NOT your therapist. This is not the time to offer an explanation if you think it's right, wrong, irrelevant, ect. Take the time to reflect on each card by yourself. You may need to reflect for up to 48 hours before it becomes apparent what it's telling you.
Each cards hold very specific meanings but is usually open to interpretation by the person getting the reading.
Not all cards are literal! Death and the Devil are highly misinterpreted for what they are but there are deeper meanings behind those cards.
Don't use Tarot if you are closed minded, skeptical, or just trying to "see if it works"
The stigma about Tarot " not working" is that people feel they got what they already know and they feel cheated. It will not tell you your dog's name, or about your deceased loved ones, or your future. It will tell you where you've been, where you are, and where you're headed.
Each reading will be different. It is not a good idea to consult the cards more than once. You're reading should be specific and in expanded time frames. One reading a season is more than enough.
The more specific you are about questions the more specific your reading.
Questions you should NOT ask:
Will I marry this person?
Will I buy a new home, car, ect
Will I be rich?
Should I do this or that?
Yes or no questions
Good questions are focused from the inside of your mind and heart. A good Tarot reading depends on you! You should meditate a few mins prior and be as specific with your question as you can be by using nouns and names if possible.
Not everyone is supposed to get the message. In fact the same card can and will be interpreted different by each person but has the same underlying understanding.
Tarot could also be used to interpret dreams and visions.
Will the reading be accurate over the internet? Energy and thoughts know no bounds. There are spiritual people who can do very accurate reading over the internet as long as your intentions and questions are pure. I'd recommend reading reviews. If a reading is free why not check it out?
Any questions feel free to ask, and if you would like a reading my DM's are open.
“This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor.
Welcome and entertain them all! Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows, who violently sweep your house empty of its furniture, still, treat each guest honorably. He may be clearing you out for some new delight.
Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.” - Rumi, The Guest House.
Sometimes, bad things need to happen to make way for the good things that await you.
Video of my beautiful city, Istanbul, by Dr. İbrahim Yaşar. Music by the group Kara Güneş.