Unlike other psychic abilities, tarot card reading does not really focus on psychic abilities. A person doesn’t need innate psychic senses in order to be able to read tarot cards. The power of tarot card reading relies on the cards themselves, no matter who or what type of person tries to read them.
Unlike most other metaphysical disciplines or fields, tarot can be learned and mastered, even by those who “were not born to read tarot cards.” There are several books and other forms of literature that allow one to learn the art of tarot card reading. There are extensive instructions on how to deal with tarot cards and on how to use them for divinations. There are several materials where one can learn and master the meanings in tarot cards, as well as each card’s history and symbolism.
Tarot card reading, however, may require a particular attitude towards this form of art. It also requires faith in this discipline and in the tarot cards’ power and significance. Deep appreciation of the tarot cards is needed to be able to fully achieve internalizing the role of a tarot card reader. Intuition and sensitivity are also needed to be able to fully absorb the power of tarot cards into one’s system.
Tarot card reading involves more than just laying down cards, choosing decks, and reading card meanings from a reference of definitions and meanings associated with every card. Tarot card reading is about making relevant and accurate interpretations of insights revealed through a tarot deck of 4 suits and 78 cards.