The tarot cards represent deep, archetypical energies in your life, and they want you to develop a personal relationship with them. This tarot journal will help.
Most people try to learn the tarot cards by looking at a list of keywords and trying to memorize them. This is the equivalent of looking at someone’s LinkedIn profile before a conference so you’ll have something to talk about when you meet them. Then when you get to the conference, instead of talking to them and getting to know them better, you sneak glimpses of their profile to keep reminding yourself of who they are and what they do.
What if, instead, you treated the tarot cards as trusted friends, and took every pull as an opportunity to deepen your relationship with them?
That’s what this journal is designed to help you do – to collect your growing knowledge about each card in a beautiful, well organized space.
It comes with upright and reversed meanings for all of the cards, but that’s just a jumping off point for your own learning and exploration. Add photos from your favorite decks, interpretations from your favorite teachers, and most importantly, notes about what the cards mean for you personally.