Making Tarot Cards A Part Of Your Daily Routine tarot card

A tarot card is one of the popular means of divination. Each card represents you, your personality, as well as the circumstances affecting the present, and the future.

Tarot cards are an amazing tool for self-exploration and cultivating your intuitive gifts. For beginners who want to learn, or even more established readers who want a deeper understanding and connection with this practice, integrating tarot into your everyday life is a good way to go.


The Daily Draw


One of the best practices for beginners is to draw a single card every day and study it for clues about what lies ahead. Focusing on one card allows you to deep dive into each card more thoroughly than you would with a more complex spread, which requires you to think about the cards in relation to each other.

The daily draw not only allows you to exercise your intuitive skills but participating in this also gives you the chance to get to know your tarot cards better and more intimately.

Quick, simple, and easy, this draw can benefit even those who are well-versed in tarot reading, since it’s an exercise in observation, creativity, and intuition.

So, how does it work? Simply draw a card every day and reflect on whatever card you picked.

If you’re just starting out on your tarot journey, feel free to read about their traditional meanings, but always make sure to reflect on the card as it applies to your life, so that it can actually help you.

Most people draw a card in the morning to find out what awaits them for the rest of the day, but others do it in the evening to gain a more comprehensive insight about the things that occurred. Whichever you prefer, it’s always better to do it around the same time every day, so it becomes a regular habit in your life.


Meditate With Your Tarot Card


After you’ve drawn your card, another thing you can do is to meditate with the main idea of this specific card. Find a quiet space where you can spend several moments undisturbed and close your eyes, keeping the image of the card and it’s the symbols of it in your mind.

If you can hold the image of your card in your mind for 10 to 15 minutes, other images, ideas, and feelings, may start streaming into your consciousness to deepen your understanding of the card’s significance in your life.

Don’t worry if you don’t conjure up any new knowledge and don’t force or pressure yourself to come up with images because your subconscious may reveal further wisdom at a later time. More insights may even manifest in your dreams!


Write Freely About The Card You Picked Up


Journaling is an important process of growth and development, since it allows you to think and reflect clearly on yourself and your life. So, after drawing your card and studying it, pull out your journal and jot down your ideas about this card.

Set a timer to five to 10 minutes and dedicate this time to scribbling down everything you think, feel, and know, about your card.

Let your intuition lead the way and try to write without overanalyzing your thoughts and feelings. Trust your gut and let your pen follow your stream of consciousness because your Higher Self is infinitely knowledgeable and you only have to pay attention to unlock its potential.

While it’s not encouraged to overthink the process, there are several questions you can commit to answering, so that you can better understand and utilize your tarot practice.

What does this card remind you of?

How does it make you feel?

What is the energy of this card and how does it reflect today?

What symbol in the card draws your attention the most?

How can I use what I learned from this card?

If you prefer typing on your laptop, try to avoid re-reading, editing, and deleting anything you’ve written down. Keep writing until your time runs out and reflect on all your notes afterwards.

By writing it down and keeping a record of your readings, you’re not just able to take stock of your insights more clearly, but you are also able to track your progress with your reading through the years and keep track of everything you’ve learned.


Keep Your Card In Mind During The Day


This tarot practice doesn’t necessarily end with just drawing the card and meditating on it.

If you drew a card in the morning, you can keep an eye out for things, people, and experiences, that may be part of the message that the card gave you earlier. This does not mean thinking obsessively about the card 24/7, but paying attention to anything that might remind you of your card and reflecting on its significance to you.

Read about the card during your free time and try to incorporate its energy into your daily routine. For example, if you pulled The Fool from your deck, you want to embrace new beginnings, exuberance, and excitement during the day. Perhaps you can take the opportunity to try a new sport you’ve been wanting to try, or talk to your crush at work.

At the end of the day, reflect for a few minutes through journaling or meditation about the card’s significance throughout your life that day.


Benefits Of Daily Tarot Readings


Whether you prefer the one-card spread or a different spread, practicing your tarot readings daily will allow you to get to know your tarot cards on a more intimate level, as well as practice applying their meanings to your life.

Your practice will become more personal and special, just by starting to have fun with a daily draw every day.

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