The best way to learn the Tarot is by applying the cards to your life experiences, so you can connect with them in an insightful but also practical way.
Discover new aspects of your personality, character, strengths and weaknesses. Explore your true purpose in life with the help of the cards.
You can identify your personality cards and build your own Tarot personality profile.
Here you learn how to work out your personality and soul card:
Your personality card indicates what you have to learn in this lifetime. Your soul card shows your soul purpose in all lifetimes.
Both cards are found in the Major Arcana. Work them out as follows:
Your date of birth – e.g. 17-08-1932
17 + 8 + 1932 = 1957
1 + 9 + 5 + 7 = 22
In this case 22 represents The Fool (0), so the Fool is your personality card.
If your personality card is one of the two-digit trumps (10 – 22), you can add both together to determine your Soul card, e.g. 2 + 2 = 4
So in this example, The Fool is the personality card, and the Emperor (4) is the soul card.
If your birth date adds up to single digit number (2 – 9), then your personality card is also your soul card.
- Now that you’ve worked out your personality and soul card, place them next to each other and examine them carefully one at the time.
- By describing each card, try and determine what each card means to you and your life, and what you can learn from their messages.
- Do these cards reflect your character? What lessons do they teach you? Remember, your personality card reflects your life lessons, and your soul card your soul purpose (inner wisdom, inner teacher, spiritual path).
If you enjoy this kind of Tarot self-exploration, you may want to consider my online Tarot courses, which offer you the opportunity to work with me on a 1-2-1 basis.
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