Tarot cards have long been associated with divination and prediction, but they can also be a valuable tool for fantasy readers looking to deepen their understanding of the characters and themes in their favourite books.
Here you’ll find seven reasons why fantasy readers should learn to read tarot cards, including how they can help with self-reflection, personal growth, and storytelling.
So, let’s dive in and discover the magic of tarot cards for fantasy readers:
1. Tarot cards offer a unique way to connect with fantasy literature. By learning to read tarot cards, you can gain a deeper understanding of the archetypes and themes in your favourite fantasy books.
2. Tarot cards can help you to explore the different aspects of your own personality and character. This can be especially valuable for readers who are trying to connect with their favourite characters.
3. Tarot cards can be a powerful tool for self-reflection and personal growth. They can help you to identify patterns in your own life and to gain a better understanding of yourself.
4. Learning to read tarot cards can be a fun and rewarding hobby. It’s a great way to explore your creative side and to learn more about yourself and the world around you.
5. Tarot cards can be used to explore different worlds and dimensions. This can be especially valuable for fantasy readers and writers who are looking to expand their understanding of different spiritual realms.
6. Tarot cards are a great tool for storytelling. They can help you develop your own plots and characters, and to create your own fantasy stories. (I used them to write my series, The Ravenglass Chronicles).
7. Finally, learning to read tarot cards can be a great way to connect with other fantasy readers. You can share your knowledge and experiences with others, and learn from others as well.
Learning to read tarot cards can be a valuable tool for fantasy readers and writers alike. It can help you to gain a deeper understanding of the characters and themes in your favourite stories, to explore the different aspects of your own personality and character, and be a powerful tool for storytelling.