Tarot Readings

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The origin of the Tarot dates back over 700 years and was first used in Italy in the thirteen hundreds. It is known that the Tarot was brought to Europe by the traveling gypsies. The Tarot has been primarily connected to the Kabbala, a vast and complex system of esoteric teachings.

 

Tarot cards are a specially designed deck of cards with pictures and symbols on them, and contained within these pictures and symbols are particular energies and messages. Through a specific layout of the cards they revel information about a situation or event in ones life, past, present or future.

 

The tarot cards act as a means to tap into our psychic and spiritual connections. The cards are merely a tool, a point of focus, to allow the flow of energy and information from that of Source (Spirit). When giving a reading there is a connection between the energies of the cards; my higher self and your higher self; from here there is a natural connection to that of Source (Spirit), this alignment of energies brings the right information needed for you at the time of the reading.

 

It is best to have questions when having a Tarot reading, as this helps to focus the energy and information coming through, so that you will receive the most benefit from the reading. The purpose of a reading can bring clarity, insight, confirmation, and direction into ones life, which will give you the opportunity for making better decisions.

 

A Tarot reading can only be as good as the reader giving the reading. The level and quality of information coming through the reader is equivalent to the growth, and attunement of the reader. If the reader is not clear the reading can be biased.

 

A person such as Rev. Nancy who has for the past 20+ years been in continuous pursuit of spiritual awakening, through meditation and personal psychological development, can assure you the best possible reading available. She can use the Tarot to help unlock your hidden talents or unravel life long problems, and to give you direction in making day-to-day decisions.