The Tarot is a powerful tool for gaining insight into yourself and your life. As with many techniques that are used for self-improvement, the Tarot has benefits and limitations. Quite a lot for you, it cannot solve all problems and is not designed to make decisions for you or tell you what to do.

A Tarot reading is like a snapshot of what your life looks like at the time of the reading. The cards give you a picture of unseen influences, patterns of behavior, obstacles and strengths. A reading can show you where you are now, where you’ve come from, where you want to be and how to get there. While the Tarot gives suggested actions to take and a likely outcome if you take them, it does not predict the future. The future is not a static or unchangeable thing. Tarot helps you to take responsibility for the life you have helped to create.

Learning the Tarot

Welcome to Learning the Tarot. Our course on how to read the tarot cards. The tarot is a deck of 78 picture cards that has been used for centuries to reveal hidden truths. In the past few years, interest in the tarot has grown tremendously. More and more people are seeking ways to blend inner and outer realities so they can live their lives more creatively. They have discovered in the tarot a powerful tool for personal growth and insight.

How Does This Course Work?

Our main purpose in this course is to show you how to use the cards for yourself. The tarot can help you understand yourself better and teach you how to tap your inner resources more confidently. You do not have to have “psychic powers” to use the tarot successfully. All you need is the willingness to honor and develop your natural intuition.

Tarot Course

The Course includes:

Introduction to the Tarot

The Major Arcana

The Minor Arcana

The Spread

The Daily Reading

The Environment

Writing a Question

The Question Reading

The Other Reading

The Open Reading

Interpreting a Single Card

Major and Minor Arcana Cards


Court Cards

Card Pairs

Position Pairs in the Celtic Cross

Reversed Cards

Creating the Story

Some Final Thoughts