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If an ultimate woo-woo starter kit existed, there would definitely be a deck of tarot cards nestled between the obligatory sage bundle and chunk of rose quartz. The only catch? Unlike easy-to-grasp metaphysical tools, like crystals and smudge sticks, learning how to do a tarot reading can be super overwhelming. There are 78 different symbols to navigate and a near-endless array of spreads to choose from, after all.
Yet according to intuitive tarot counselor Sarah M. Chappell, the cards really don't have to be complicated. In fact, she believes that by keeping your readings as minimal as possible, you're actually better able to interpret the results. "I like to limit things to one to three cards, especially for students who are just beginning," she says. "Keeping things simple and clear makes it easier to actually receive the messages, rather than trying to talk ourselves into the answer we actually want."
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