|You're going on a journey......|
and acquiring an expensive habit
Bought my first Tarot deck yonks ago - but couldn't read with it without referring to the Little White Book, which is no way to read Tarot cards!
I joined TABI (The Tarot Association of The British Isles) in, I think, 2003 and undertook their training course. I could read the cards competently after that.
However, it's an ongoing process - you are always learning and discovering something new to add to your knowledge about the cards.
That's what I love about them. I hate using the expression 'it's a journey' *rolls her eyes* but hey, yanno, it IS a journey!
Hey, it's just dawned on me that I'm 10 years THIS YEAR in the Tarot world!!!
A DECADE!! <- yes, shouting :-D
*suddenly feels august, sage and yes, Mary-Beard-like* That is, now that I think about it, longer than my marriage lasted. Mind you I have stuff in the fridge that lasted longer than my marriage :-D
So it's my 10th Tarot birthday - anybody bring a party tooter? Bottle of sherry?
So - now YOU tell ME how long you've been reading the Tarot! I also have a question for you - Do you think that knowing someone has been reading for decades makes them a better Tarot reader than someone who has been reading for a shorter period of time, but who's studied until their eyes bled and their credit card squeaked for mercy?
*pops open the Pringles crisps, pours self a small sherry, twangs the elastic on her party hat under her chin and waits for pals to turn up*