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Energy and frequencies are all about tarot reading! In a traditional tarot reading, you ask a question to your spiritual guides and your tarot reader channels their power into themselves and answers your questions. Thus, one can say that tarot reading is an art rooted in divine auras and energies. In addition, you can ask any question in your tarot card reading session, except some. For example, questions like "Will I get a good job?", "Will I pass my exams?", "Will I get into a good institution?", "Will I be rich?", "When will I find my soulmate?" or "When will my health improve?" can be asked in a tarot session.
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The Minor Arcana is a deck within the traditional tarot deck. While a tarot deck is divided into two parts, the former is known as the Major Arcana, and the latter is called the Minor Arcana. On the one hand, the Major Arcana deck consists of twenty-two cards, and on the other hand, the Minor Arcana deck has fifty-six cards. These fifty-six cards are categorised into four suits of fourteen cards each. Each card symbolises a distinct meaning and is reflective of our struggles.
Moreover, these cards symbolise people's struggles, fights, challenges, learnings, and the things that might have a significant influence over them at any given point in time. Also, it is said that the cards of the Minor Arcana deck have a temporary impact and are believed to represent energy existing in our lives at the present moment. This energy is not constant and can be changed on the basis of the decisions we make, the choices we are presented with, and the changes we bring upon ourselves. In a sense, these cards are all about symbolism.
Since this deck is divided into four suits, it is believed that each suit is symbolic of the elements of the Universe. In the following paragraphs, we will further learn about the meanings of the suits, the elements they are linked to, and the intentions of the cards under each suit. Each suit has fourteen cards, out of which ten are numbered one to ten, and Ones are called the Aces. In addition to the ten cards, there are four Court cards of the Page, Knight, Queen, and King. Furthermore, expert numerologists say that the numbers on the cards are indicative of their meanings, and the connections are entirely authentic and magical.
The Minor Arcana deck is divided into the following suits, and each suit is in relation to elements of the Universe: Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. When compared to an ordinary cards deck, each suit is shown as a different suit from the normal playing cards' deck. Let's understand what the meanings of each of the Suits of the Minor Arcana deck are:
Denoting the element Fire, the Suit of Wands consists of cards which symbolise fiery passion, desires, personal goals, the projects we wish to work on, our profession or job, our political and social interests, and most of our vital interests. For example, the Suit of Wands tells us if we are capable enough to make plans, stick to them, and see them to completion. Also, these cards highlight how we perform when faced with challenges, our level of patience, and our connection to our long-term actions and decisions. In an ordinary cards deck, the Suit of Wands is represented as the Suit of Clubs.
The Suit of Cups is associated with Water. It represents our emotions, feelings, emotional intelligence, maturity, and how we relate to not just ourselves but also the external world. The cards of Cups tell us of our personality in relation to love, romance, friendship, adventure, fun, and joy. Primarily, these cards are considered relationship cards which reflect our outlook on any relationship, how we communicate and interact with the people in our lives, and even our dynamic with our partners. The Suit of Cups is shown as the Suit of Hearts in ordinary playing cards.
Linked with the element of Air, the Suit of Swords connects our spiritual and physical realities. The aim of these cards is to sharpen our psychic senses so that we're able to interpret the situations that are coming our way, the messages of our spiritual guides, and the hints given by our angels. The meaning behind these cards is to highlight how peaceful and calm our minds can be, our capacity to live a peaceful life, and our state of mind. Unfortunately, it can be a bit tricky to understand the meanings of these cards, so you should consult tarot readers to make out their meanings. This suit is also shown as the Suit of Spades.
The Suit of Pentacles is in relation to the element of Earth, and it depicts our basic needs, the amount of wealth we might accumulate, our emotional perception of the Universe and its energy, our ability to fulfil our basic needs such as food, shelter, clothing, comfort, safety, and rest. The Pentacle cards help us understand a situation, how it might be affecting us, and the ways to overcome harmful circumstances. The Suit of Pentacles is also shown as the Suit of Diamonds.