These are indeed challenging times when everything seems and is uncertain. People are falling sick, people are falling dead, with no insurance of life anywhere except monetary compensations and a few words by our well-wishers. Sometimes we wish and want to cry and sometimes we just want to stay hopeful. But what’s the platform upon which we can express all these emotions and still be alright in these challenging times? It is very difficult but we have to do this, we got to do this. We have to remain optimistic; we have to remain hopeful and we have to remain joyful.
If you have read the title, you may be wondering what does Tarot Reading has to do with all this? If you are someone who has no clue as to what a Tarot Reading is, you should know that it is a divination tool that has been used for centuries for guidance and for wisdom we are not able to perceive. Tarot Cards can be pronounced as a tool that can help you feel hopeful when you feel lost, to make you feel less miserable when you feel gravely affected, etc. Tarot Cards come in multiple decks, styles, and colors. With great diversity, there’s a choice presented to all of us to choose whichever Tarot Deck we want to. Now, let us come to the point: How the hell can Tarot Cards help us during these challenging times?
Tarot Cards will guide you when you feel lost
Sometimes we encounter situations that are very toxic and problematic. There’s always a dilemma as to what to do and how to do it without coming across as problematic yourself. When you encounter situations like this, you should calm down and pull the switch off your head. Any thought that may come, let them pass. Pay no attention to it. If you know Tarot Reading yourself and possess a deck or a two, you can shuffle them in a quiet place and pull out three, four, five cards, etc. the choice is yours. While you shuffle the Tarot Cards, repeat the question out loud as to what question you are seeking an answer to. When the cards fall, arrange them and look at them, hear to what they are saying.
If you do not know Tarot Reading, you can consult a professional Tarot Reader or choose a video available on Youtube. Whatever answer you get, you do not have to stick to it. That answer will be a possibility for you, that’s all. How you go about the situation depends on yourself. The Tarot this way will help guide you when you feel lost.
Keep a track of yourself with Tarot Cards
If you are fond of journaling or writing, maintain a diary or a notebook of sorts. Every day keep track of how you feel and your day. Instead of practicing normal journaling, you can add Tarot Reading to your routine. Shuffle the Tarot Cards, try to keep your mind blank, and just wait for a card to pop out. Treat that card as a theme of your day. The theme does not have to be fixated. Rather, try to figure out what it means and what you can do about it: how you can transform your whole situation. When you will keep a track of this, you will be able to spot a pattern in your behavior. When you know the pattern, you will also be able to change it quickly.
Keep calm and do not react
Tarot Cards can help you write an entire story if you let them, imagining characters and their plot lines. The takeaway from Tarot Reading is that you do not have to react to the situations around you. When you react, the situation becomes so exaggerated that you will develop a strong emotion towards it for sure. Then, you lose all your ability to transform it to your liking. This is not to be done. Thus, keep calm and always see and check whether you are reacting or responding. Reacting and responding are two very different things. When you react, you lose all your discretion and take decisions in the heat of emotion. But when you respond, you do not lose your discretion at all. Rather, you still have your discretion intact and the situation then does not affect you.
Do make use of the Tarot Cards in these challenging times, not as an assurance or insurance key but to know the different possibilities and how you can transform them yourself as the power always lies within.