Tarot cards are a tool used for engaging in all kinds of exploratory and clarifying conversations. While the cards are famed for their mystic qualities Tarot is actually a psycho-spiritual practice, meaning it is as much psychology as it is spirituality. Rather than thinking of it as magic or from somewhere ‘beyond’, we can see it as facilitating a conversation between the client and their subconscious mind, somewhat like a rearview mirror to the past. It can bring forward unconscious patterns or behaviours that are unknowingly affecting their everyday lives.

Tarot is not about reading the future, but about becoming conscious of our subconscious patterns in order to identify opportunities for growth and achieve better outcomes.

The deck can be used to generate highly effective discussions, creating mind maps for deconstructing and analysing situations with multiple levels of emotional and practical considerations. Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who reflected that the Tarot is an intuitive practise that has, for its purpose, the understanding of the flow of life.

The Tarot comprises the four suits that are the stages of individuation, a fancy word that means developing the individual within the universal, which carries detailed symbolism for each process:

Cups:
Emotions
Intuition
Swords:
Intellect
Truth
Coins:
Money
Wealth
Wands:
Purpose
Growth

The suits are featured across the deck which connects us to the sensory, intellectual, and emotional aspects of life. Jumping into the deck can be a light way to approach seemingly confusing, sensitive, and/or complex issues. Using the cards is of course not necessary or mandatory for sessions, and are totally up to the client’s comfort and interest in them.

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