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Keep a Journal Specifically for Tarot

Updated: Jun 26, 2023

Kate Putnam, Dover, NH, Psychic Medium, Tarot Card Reader, Hypnotherapist

Your journal should be devoted entirely to the tarot is essential to developing your practice.

This journal is where you can record your readings, interpretations, insights, and observations about the tarot. It can also serve as a reference guide for when you want to review your progress or refer to particular cards or spreads.

You can also use your journal to reflect on the energy and intention you bring to each reading and explore your intuition and relationship with the cards.


💕Kate Putnam is a Psychic Medium, Certified Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regressionist, Shamballa Multidimensional Healing System (Shamballa MDH) Master, Reiki Master, Psychic, Medium, Channeler, Teacher, Tarot Card Reader, Astral Projection Certification.

The tarot deck usually consists of 78 cards, with 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards. Familiarizing yourself with the imagery, symbolism, and meanings of each card is crucial to learning and interpreting the tarot.

You can start by simply looking at each card, studying the artwork, and reading about its history and significance. You can also practice drawing a single card each day and reflecting on its meaning and how it might apply to your life.


Tarot spreads are the patterns in which the cards are laid out during a reading. Some of the most common spreads include the Three-Card Spread, the Celtic Cross Spread, and the Seven-Card Horseshoe Spread.

It's helpful to start with some basic spreads and become comfortable with them before moving on to more complex ones. You can find a lot of information on the different spreads online or in tarot guidebooks.

There are several tarot card spreads that are good for beginners to start with. Here are three examples:

Kate Putnam, Dover, NH, Psychic Medium, Tarot Card Reader, Hypnotherapist

1. Three-Card Spread:

The Three-Card Spread is a simple spread that is good for beginners to start with. It consists of three cards, each representing the past, present, and future. This spread can be used for general readings or to answer a specific question. It is easy to remember and can be used in many situations.

2. Celtic Cross Spread:

The Celtic Cross Spread is a classic spread that is commonly used in tarot readings. It consists of ten cards that are laid out in a cross shape, with additional cards on either side. This spread provides a more detailed and in-depth reading and is good for gaining insight and understanding about a specific situation or question.

3. One-Card Spread:

The One-Card Spread is the simplest of all tarot spreads, consisting of a single card. It is ideal for beginners who are just starting to study the tarot. This spread can be used to gain insight and understanding into a situation or to provide guidance and advice for the day ahead. It also provides an opportunity to explore the meaning and symbolism of the individual cards in depth

Kate Putnam, Dover, NH, Psychic Medium, Tarot Card Reader, Hypnotherapist


Learning the tarot requires practice and patience. Try incorporating tarot readings into your daily routine, such as drawing a card in the morning to set your intention for the day or doing a spread at the end of the week to reflect on the past week and plan for the next.

Practice reading for others, as well, to gain experience interpreting the cards in different contexts and for different people.


Joining a community of tarot enthusiasts can provide support, inspiration, and resources for your learning journey. You can find local tarot groups or attend online workshops, forums, and social media groups.

Engage with others by exchanging readings, discussing interpretations, and sharing experiences. A supportive community can also help you stay motivated and engaged with your practice.

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