Tarot Reading Journaling – By Evergreen. Every day for the past 12 months, I have studied the Tarot Cards for one solid hour each morning. I study both the Major and the Minor Arcana. I go from one book to the next highlighting, and jotting down what seems to be key things to remember about them. I also jot down thoughts, and impressions, or what woks after I finish-up doing a reading. I take pictures, eat and sleep with them, I watch T.V. with the Cards right next to me. As you can see, I even blog about the Cards. I have a few new students; some of my students have been with me for over a year now. I do readings too.
I guess what I am trying to say, is that I have been Tarot Journaling without actually calling it that. It’s getting to the point, where cards just pop-up at me in my mind’s eye where ever I go to, whomever I speak with, no matter what we talk about. It is like everything my mother taught me, is finally sinking-in.
Two days ago, I started studying in a serious fashion pairs, sets, and other groupings. Right at the first pair, I said to myself: “omg! I’ve interpreted those correctly for a long time now!”. Studying those should take me another year or so, I would think.
I am slow going at studying, because I keep pausing from the books, to take in what is written in them. What is written provokes sights and sounds, and smells, and tastes, even physical pain and sensations.
I think I am at the point that how I do readings should also be called “discernment”…, which is directly linked to ‘divining’ – I would say… Anyways, I do pop-up here and there to enjoy conversations about the Tarot, and to be around like-minded people. If you are a client, drop by to get a reading from me. If you are a Tarot professional, find me on Facebook so we can shoot the breeze. Or, if you see me, say hello!