The best tarot readings are felt, not thought. We all know what a big challenge it is to step away from our logical brains for a moment to feel the meaning of the energy around us. It’s a trust exercise that, happily, gets easier with practice and promises an exciting payoff when achieved.
I live that challenge in reverse when I write about readings afterwards. It means having to translate the felt experience back into a mental expression. It can require a lot of words and page space to record a momentary sensation. Thank goodness in-person tarot readings allow much more efficient, quick, and intuitive communication.
Here are some tarot cards that represent “writing” for me:
The Page of Wands is an earnest blogger. (Visconti-Sforza deck, c. 1450)
The Hanged Man is an embedded journalist. (The Fountain Tarot, 2014)
There are so many writers and muses waiting to introduce themselves to you from your tarot deck. Which one best represents you when you write?
If you live in Seattle and study tarot, there may still be time to sign up for my 2-hour course on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 through the Field Trip Society. Check it out! (Edit 4/30 — the class is sold out. To learn about future classes, follow me on Facebook.