My Intro to Tarot
Updated: Dec 20, 2022
It took a while for me to open up to tarot. My upbringing led me to believe that certain things are not to be explored or questioned. I believed that wanting to form my own opinion about the tarot wasn't allowed. This way of thinking mirrored in my relationships, how I interacted with the world, and how I viewed myself.
Remember, you are allowed to question and understand what's going on in your life and in your surroundings. A relationship with the tarot strengthened my connection to self, others, and God. I've experienced the Divine on levels that blow my logical mind. God has a beautiful way of creating connections. The messages and encouragement that I was receiving was too good to keep to myself.
I was called into a space that I thought was unfamiliar. In reality, God was leading me to myself. I was encouraged to embrace my gifts despite what other people may think. As I grew closer to myself I realized that some of the people I called friends were the ones throwing the most shade. I accepted that it isn't my responsibility to tip toe around other people's projections, insecurities, and fears. My responsibility is becoming whole within myself and The Most High. I went through all the emotions, fight back, and hesitations on this journey. We all have different likes, dislikes, and gifts. Just so, we have different ways that we are intended to connect with the Divine. That connection doesn't need to be understood by anyone but you and your Spirit Squad. Be patient. Be open. Be ready for miracles.
I write this to encourage you to explore! What excitement lies behind the doors that you've been ignoring or running from? If something has been tugging at your heart or coming up frequently it could be time to dive in! Don't be afraid to look into the face of love. You may discover that face is your own.