Any person that has sought the path of enlightenment and spiritual awareness has probably stumbled across the idea of tarot cards. Essentially, tarot cards are based on the idea that the deck of unique cards (usually 78 in total) can be used as a form of divination that is tailored to a specific individual. The idea is that the cards act as a vessel in which to outline the fate of the person, but also with the idea in mind that a person can change their fate.
The favorite form of divination among many mystics and psychics, tarot is a sort of “short answer” regarding a person’s destiny. Drawing the death card does not mean the person will die, but rather that tragedy may befall them or a loved one if the wheel of fate is not adjusted in any way.
Is tarot real?
Like any form of fortune telling, tarot is as real or as unreal as the amount of faith the person has in it. And although there are certain individuals that feel the rhythm of the world more deeply than others, the likely truth is that nobody can see the future through a crystal clear lens.
Imagine that we are all part of a spiritual energy on the planet and that we can directly affect how the world around us responds to that energy. Tarot is just one of many ways that we can use the tools we have been given to create a better world and forge deep spiritual relationships with the world around us.