Understanding of tarot numerology
What is Tarot Numerology?
Combining the practice of tarot readers and numerology, tarot numerology is a practice that uses numbers and tarot cards to intuitively interpret life and events. A glance at tarot cards will tell you how every card has a distinct number. Each of these numbers has a significant meaning and connotation that tells us more about the attributes that the cards represent.
When one explores tarot numerology, the connections one can make and their meanings is simply mind-boggling! Reading and understanding tarot helps us to be more intuitive. And with a tarot numerology specialist at your side, there is more you can delve into and gauge about your life and what it can bring.
Each tarot card has its distinct number and these tarot card numbers have a specific and significant meaning that tells us about the nature of each card.
Tarot numerology adds more depth to tarot readings due to the numerological links between the cards in a deck and helps understand their interaction. Accurate and detailed readings can be obtained with the help of a tarot numerology professional.
Tarot numerology can show significant clarity and relativity in a person’s readings in any of the following ways:
- A repetitive number could represent the duration
- The beginning and end of a phase could be indicated by the sequence of numbers.
- The importance of the numerical meaning could be highlighted by a repetitive number
Tarot Card Numbers and their Meanings:
An overview of tarot numbers helps in understanding tarot numerology better and deeper!
Aces or Ones in Tarot Numerology:
Aces or ones represent new opportunities, new beginnings and future potential. A phase wherein things are shaping up, ready to usher a journey. Ones can also know and understand why a new beginning may not be materialising or fructifying.
Twos in Tarot Numerology
Twos in tarot numerology represent duality, balance and partnerships. One can think of twos as the joining together of two forces. Twos represent partnership and finding the balance for co-operation. Twos also represent two opposite pathways, which may suggest disharmony and lack of balance.
Fours in Tarot Numerology
Fours in tarot numerology represent manifestations, foundations and stability. Fours in numerology represent material completion. Fours are an indication of foundations being laid and suggest that these foundations be stabilised and secured. Fours can suggest a lack of grounding which might also indicate difficulty in creating stability.
Fives in Tarot Numerology:
Fives in tarot numerology represent inequality, conflict and challenge. Fives are challenging in tarot numerology but also a necessary part of growth.
This, however, need not be feared. It should instead be viewed as an opportunity for growth. Fives may also indicate denial or reluctance to face challenges.
Sixes In Tarot Numerology:
Sixes in tarot numerology indicate cooperation, harmony and healing. After encountering the challenge at fives, sixes now represent a period of necessary recuperation, healing and recovery. Sixes are well-rounded and balanced, which symbolises harmony and cooperation.
Sevens In Tarot Numerology:
Sevens in tarot numerology represent reflection, assessment and control. Sevens usher in wisdom, growth and understanding. Sevens help us to gain insight and stay focused. Sevens occur repeatedly to ensure practice of balance between the logical mind and the intuition. At times, sevens suggest too many options and a lack of focus.
Eights in Tarot Numerology:
Eights in tarot numerology suggest action, mastery and accomplishment. The number 8 looks like the symbol of infinity, which represents continuous flow. Eights represent the continuity in efforts to reach one’s goals. Eights may also represent lack of success or avoidance of necessary efforts.
Nines in Tarot Numerology:
Nines in tarot numerology represent fruition, attainment and fulfilment. Nines usher in the rewards for hard work. The actions and efforts while facing challenges are paying off! Nines also suggest a sense of fulfilment and reassurance. However, nines sometimes, may point to lack of closure or fulfilment. This might suggest that loose ends need to be tied. It could be an indication to redefine your goals to be aligned with a higher purpose.
Tens in Tarot Numerology:
Tens in tarot numerology represent the end, completion and renewal of a cycle. The equation of 1 + 0 = 1 in the number ten represents a return to the beginning which is, in effect, the start of a fresh cycle. Therefore, tens can also be construed as the period of transition between the old and the new. When tens are reversed, they suggest something that will not come to an end and that there is still work to be done to end in the current cycle.
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Learning more about the process or reading tarot card numbers can be a lot easier when you consult us for tarot numerology. It would serve as a ready reckoner that one can have at hand during readings. In depth knowledge of tarot numerology helps us to connect with a tarot deck on a much deeper level and to understand and correctly interpret detailed and accurate tarot reading.
A proper and in-depth understanding adds depth to the tarot reader’s readings when numerological links are established between cards in a spread and the interaction of messages. When you come to us for consultation, we help you get more accurate and detailed readings which could serve all your needs and address all your queries and concerns.
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