Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-21 21:21:18
ID: 44290
In response to a confession. Well, I didn't buy DH did and gave them to me. So that's a good start, I guess. I like that they're mysterious...I don't know about the person who had them before. They seem to be fairly detailed, but I have nothing to compare them to, I guess. I will do a little researching and see what I can find. I am quite curious about them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-21 02:48:59
ID: 44277
I started reading tarot when I was a kid and was taught by my mom and aunt. I also remember getting books from the library. I bet there's YouTube videos on the basics.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-21 02:48:40
ID: 44275
In response to a confession. Learning the Tarot is a long process, to be honest. You can get a basic understanding of it with a book called The Tarot Bible by Sarah Bartlett. But if you are really invested in learning, there is a free online course at . It's very in depth. The key to being able to understand the cards is to choose ones that have a lot of detail in the pictures, rather than just ones that say which card it is with a basic picture. The more descriptive the pictures, the easier it will be to interpret the messages. Now technically, you are not supposed to buy them for yourself; they're supposed to be a gift. When I buy a new deck, I "gift" them to someone who "gifts" them right back to me :) Keep a journal with each card and each reading, for future reference. Also, I've never found the Tarot (or pendulum) to be wrong.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-21 01:19:38
ID: 44272
I got a pack of tarot cards in a box of stuff from an estate sale. I admit...I have no clue as to what they mean or what to do with them. I would sort of like to learn to read them, but I don't know how I feel about trusting a deck of cards with telling the future.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-20 13:36:57
ID: 44238
I would like suggestions and tips and maybe book or website recommendations for reading tarot for the absolute beginner. Anybody? Bueller?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-19 22:13:50
ID: 44175
In response to a confession. Yes to all three. It was almost 5 years ago that I felt some kind of weird push to explore other spiritualities (raised Catholic). A friend of a friend had showed me some of her crystals and explained them to me, which I later told dh about. That weekend he went to the library and came back with a book about healing crystals. I've now collected hundreds of them and use them for many things, including healing. That naturally led to Oracle cards, meditation, spirit guides, pendulums, etc. When I started all of this I also started getting into the LoA (which dh had told me about years before, but I brushed off) and dang if I wasn't able to manifest pretty much everything I wanted. It was truly crazy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-19 22:12:09
ID: 44185
I read tarot, meditate, chat with my spirit guides, all that awesome hippy-dippy, witch-life stuff. All the women in my family are like that, too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-19 21:47:14
ID: 44218
I have a dream about 2-3x a year that I watch an airplane explode. I'm always on the ground looking up and the airplane is always in the sky. There are never people riding in it either (that I remember ). I can't coincide it with any events or stresses in my life, it's just totally random when it occurs. I've not flown since the dreams began, several years ago. Not because of the dream--just have had no reason to fly. Makes me kinda leery to get on a plane again though. Even though it's probably symbolic anyway.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-19 21:28:33
ID: 44214
I have a recurring dream that I am at a store and I see a little toddler wandering around, so I take him with me to find his mother. When I do find the boy's mom (it's always a little boy), she always tells me that the baby is mine now and he's my problem. Then she disappears and I become an instant parent and I feel both overwhelmed and happy at the same time. I tend to have this dream when I'm about to start something very stressful. I think it's amazing that dreams can tell us so much about what we're going through.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-19 14:43:20
ID: 44191
Fifteen years ago, I got divorced and moved to the city. My lawyer was an idiot, so a friend introduced me to a big-shot attorney she knew. Although he couldn't help me because he doesn't practice Family Law, he did give me the name of a fabulous attorney. Last week I was thinking about this man. He's a literal legend in the city, and I was thinking that he's pretty old now...and as morbid as it sounds, I was hoping he wasn't going to die soon or anything. I looked him up, and he's still alive. Then yesterday, I stopped at 7-11 for coffee, and something made me pick up a copy of the paper from that city. I don't live there anymore; I moved to the burbs a long time ago and haven't read that paper since. My stomach dropped when I saw his name in the obituaries. But then I saw it wasn't him - it was his son, who is in his late 30s and died suddenly.
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