Tarot Power

Future Point | 01-Jan-2014

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Tarot serves as a powerful tool to delve deep into the insight and find the way out of the situation. Tarot is a pack of 78 cards consisting of 22 Major arcane cards and 56 Minor arcane cards. The tarot deck was created for playing games, and later used for divinatory, esoteric and occult purposes. In the past few years the interest in tarot has grown tremendously. More and more people are seeking ways to blend inner and outer realities so they can live their lives in a more meaningful way. They have discovered in the tarot a powerful tool for personal growth and spiritual exploration.

Tarot is a time honoured tradition of interpreting a pattern of cards randomly drawn from the deck’s 78 traditional images to gain insight and achieve greater control over issues involving relationships, opportunities and life changes. It is amazing how this simple deck serves so many purposes? To understand this we need to know the meaning of this five letter word” TAROT”. TAROT stands for-

T- Transcendental

A- Allegorical

R- Realm which has

O- Occult powers and serves as a unique

T- Tool for divination

So it is clear that the deck is a very sensitive and divine tool. Each card has some symbols and allegory related to day to day life. When a spiritually charged person with positive intuitive powers holds the pack into his/her hands, the entire allegory and the symbols on the cards become alive. The reader becomes the follower of some divine powers guiding him or her to delve deep into the insight, self realisation, and bring out the solution. However, vibrations play an important role. Your focus, your energy and your telepathy with the cards give you the hold on the cards resulting in accurate predictions.

Even a layman can understand what does a card stand for? But here only the concept and the mystery of the cards come to the fore. The richness of the images, symbols, and figures on the cards have a deeper meaning and it combines itself with various fields of knowledge like- numerology, astrology, psychology, science and art.

We can say that Tarot and Astrology make a fine marriage, where Astrology helps to maintain balance in planetary configuration, calculates, analyses and interprets Tarot is fluid, conceptual, and intuitive. The numbers on the cards provide the guidance about the time frame of the event, the spread of the cards require a scientific bent of mind and of course the reading of the cards is a divine work which includes the artistic and the psychological skills.

Thus, this wonderful and divine deck has such a vast plethora to deal with and its powerful guidance makes life more enriching and meaningful.

Sanjana Mittal