Yes No Tarot Goddess

The Tarot Goddess

Yes No Tarot Goddess

Yes No Tarot Goddess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tarot Goddess is an easy-to-use, one-card reading. The Goddess can help
you gain quick insight into the present and future.

She is great for a quick answer and meaning from the card which is drawn.

Ask the Tarot Goddess anything you want, from love to wealth, careers to
friendships, and everything else.

The purpose of these quick tarot readings is to stimulate your creative
process and assist with deep understandings of complex situations.

They can help you to see opportunities that are otherwise shrouded by
confusion and emotion.

Unlike other Yes or No Generator websites, we don’t require you to enter your details, or your
question, as this is highly personal to you.

Instead, we ask that you think deeply about your question and have it at
the front of your mind before you turn in your card.

How To Use Free Goddess Card Reading?

Free Tarot Goddess Reading

Free Tarot Goddess Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow this simple step to read Tarot Goddess:

  1. Click on the “Your Card” image to reveal your card
  2. Click the card’s image again to read the description
  3. Use “Shuffle Cards” to begin a new reading

Tarot Goddess Free Reading

The Goddess Tarot is a celebration of the Divine Feminine. Drawing
inspiration from the many goddesses honored throughout history and around
the globe.

The Goddess Tarot uses goddess myths and imagery to update traditional
tarot symbolism; it acknowledges women’s contemporary needs as well as her
mythic past.

Through my own experiences with Tarot cards over the past fifteen years,
I’ve come to think of the Tarot as a potent archive of what I call “soul
pictures.—

Pictures revealing what Carl Jung called the collective unconscious, those
subconscious rivers of archetypal experiences held deep within our psyches.

The stories told by these soul pictures speak to our condition today.

They address our common experiences as humans attempting to make sense of
our lives and the world around us.

From the earliest times, stories and myths have been used to impart wisdom
and heal the spirit.

When we feel overwhelmed by life’s demands, stories allow us a more
detached perspective of events; when we stand too close to the trees to see
the forest path, they shed light so we can find our way home.

As ancient and rich in stories as the symbolism of the Tarot may be,
goddess myths are even more so—for these myths are the original women’s
stories.

Revealing and reflecting on our collective past, these stories speak to us
through history’s veils, telling us of women’s innate divinity, dignity,
and magic.

My intention in creating the art and design for The Goddess Tarot was to
create a Tarot deck that would speak directly to women using our stories
while incorporating the archetypal power and symbols of the Tarot.

In this way, The Goddess Tarot is meant as an accessible alternative deck
for Tarot readers already familiar with the popular Rider-Waite deck who
seek a deeper experience of the Divine Feminine in their readings.

It has been designed to be readily accessible to lovers of goddesses and
mythology without any Tarot experience as well.

Whichever group you feel affiliated with—Tarot expert, goddess aficionado,
or feminist—this offering of The Goddess Tarot is for you.

As you work with The Goddess Tarot, I hope you will find it an essential
instrument for personal growth—as well as the reclamation of the Divine
Feminine.

What does the goddess tarot card mean?

The Goddess Tarot is a celebration of the Divine Feminine. Drawing
inspiration from the many goddesses honored throughout history and around
the globe.

The Goddess Tarot uses goddess myths and imagery to update traditional
tarot symbolism; it acknowledges women’s contemporary needs as well as her
mythic past.

Is there a goddess tarot card?

The Goddess Tarot uses goddess stories and imagery to update traditional
tarot symbolism, addressing women’s contemporary needs. Each card in the
Major Arcana depicts the story of a different goddess.

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