When you're first starting out with learning Tarot, sometimes you may also be just learning to trust your intuition.
This can be a hard task to do when you're trying to remember all 78 meanings of the cards within your deck.
You may start to doubt yourself...
Or feel like your intuition is wrong...
But the truth is, sometimes, it can be hard to differentiate between your intuition and your prior knowledge of the Tarot.
Brigit teaches readers to work with their intuition alongside having an understanding of the 'traditional' meanings of the cards.
Also sometimes, Tarot readings don't make sense straight away. Brigit often recommends waiting a few days, weeks, or even months, and then coming back to the Tarot reading again to see if the messages resonate with you.
I highly recommend keeping a Tarot journal - either in hardcopy in a beautiful diary or in a word processor like Google Docs. You can write down your initial thoughts, and keep coming back to read and add more notes as events unfold. This is a powerful practice in seeing how subtle shifts in energy and seemingly unrelated events can impact or attribute to your readings.
Brigit has some awesome free content available on the Biddy Tarot website on this very topic. I'd recommend checking out:
Intuition vs. Resistance (podcast episode)
Can Intuition Alone Make You a Good Tarot Reader? (podcast episode)
12 Tarot Tips for the Tarot Beginner (blog post)
What are the biggest struggles you have with following your intuition? Tell me below!
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