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3 Powerful Ways To Manifest Your Desires With Your Tarot Deck

3 powerful ways to manifest with the TarotThere are numerous ways to use Tarot cards for manifestation, and many approaches focus on doing spell rituals which are extremely detailed and can result in feeling overwhelmed by the process. This approach can get overly complicated and the focus ends up on doing the spell ‘right’ as opposed to invoking the emotions and feelings needed for the manifestation to be successful.

What We Think About, We Bring About.

We are the creators of our universe in the way that the thoughts we focus on and the stories we choose to tell about ourselves on a daily basis will end up showing up in our life. It is therefore important to direct our mind to things that are wanted rather than unwanted. One of the key ingredients to successful manifestation is feeling appreciation for what you already have, as this is telling the Universe you are open to receiving more. This is creativity at the source because ‘where attention goes, energy flows.

3 powerful ways to manifest with the Tarot
The following ideas around using the Tarot for manifestation all centre around allowing the mind to be focussed on what is wanted. They help to release resistance to what is wanted so the floodgates of abundance can open up and flow towards you. Using the Tarot helps you to access the powerful archetypes and stories that have accumulated energy over centuries. Therefore you will be tapping into the universal mind to help you along your way and giving your mind an anchor point to focus on, therefore changing your point of attraction.

As you go about your day after performing your manifesting exercise, whenever your mind wonders to places where you are concerned your desire will not come true, bring your attention back to the story of the card you need most in that moment and let it envelope your energy field.

EXERCISE ONE: Conscious selection of three cards.

Think about a goal you would like to achieve in the future in a particular area of your life. For this manifestation exercise you will choose three cards. Choose the first card to represent your current circumstances. For example, if you feel you are lacking money at the moment you might choose the 5 of Pentacles.Then, choose the 3rd card to represent the goal you would like to achieve. For example, if you are wanting to manifest a new romantic relationship into your life, you might choose The Lovers, or a court card to represent the kind of person you would like to attract into your life.

3 powerful ways to manifest with the Tarot

Then, you choose the 2nd card to be the bridge between the two cards. So, if you are after a new relationship you might choose the Ace of Cups to represent the inner transformation and healing you feel needs to take place within in order to attract someone new. Use your imagination. The second card is all about what will help you reach your goal. This is not about randomly selecting cards. It is about knowing the stories of your cards and how they relate to your circumstances, and the energies you would like to embrace into your life.

Once you have your three cards, stick them up on the wall or put them somewhere where you will see them everyday and they will not be moved by anyone else. Attribute an affirmation to card two and card three. For example, if you 2nd card was the Ace of Cups, you could affirm ‘I welcome new healing energies into my life’. Say the affirmation 3 times while really imagining what it would feel like to be surrounded with new emotions and a feeling of being ‘unstuck’.
Then, make an affirmation for the 3rd card. If your card was The Lovers, you might say something like ‘I give and receive love easily and effortlessly.’

Each morning when you get out of bed, look at your three cards and imagine the energy of the second and third cards coming into your body. What feelings do they represent for you? Allow yourself to feel them now. Say the affirmation for each card three times while feeling even more energy from the cards.Repeat for 30 days in a row and watch for synchronicities as they occur.

EXERCISE TWO: Random selection of 6 cards

This exercise takes the approach where your belief allows the Universe to select the cards for you rather than you consciously choosing them. Think about the goal you would like to achieve. Shuffle your cards as you would normally and when you are ready deal out 6 cards face down in a row where the first card you put down will be ‘card 1.The first card is symbolic to where you are now in relation to manifesting your goal.The second card represents what thoughts or mental state of mind you need to let go of to be able to get to your goal.The third card represents what you will be leaving behind when you achieve your goal.

3 powerful ways to manifest with the Tarot

The fourth, fifth and sixth cards represent the three paths ahead of you. These three paths are the possibilities in front of you. Notice if there is one card out of the three of them you particularly like or feel
drawn to, or which one seems most relevant to the goal you are trying to achieve. This is the card you should meditate upon to draw your goal closer. Embrace the qualities of this card everyday. Meditate with the card everyday and imagine the positive aspects of the card and what it means to you entering into your energy field and promoting the positive emotions of what achieving this goal will mean to you.

EXERCISE THREE: Choose one card for wanted character traits.

Most the time when there is something we want to have in our life that we don’t currently have it requires us to make an inner change in order for us to have it. For example, lets say you want to have a successful business, yet at the moment you are an employee working for a boss and nowhere near close to having your own business.

One of the reasons you don’t yet have a successful business is because you have not yet embraced the kind of person you would have to become in order to achieve this. We must embrace a change within ourselves in order to embrace a change outside of ourselves. We must fine tune certain character traits within to attract the thing that we want. So, in the case of running our own business, perhaps we need to embrace more drive, determination and self confidence within in order to make this happen. A card to focus on in this case might be The Chariot, for example.

3 powerful ways to manifest with the Tarot

Think about a goal you would like to achieve, and then think about the kind of qualities you need to possess as a person in order for this to occur. Consciously choose a card from your deck that accurately fits these qualities and allow yourself to learn everything there is to learn about this card. Read the myths and legends associated with this card. Stick it up on your wall with a written statement of the desired goal where you will see it everyday. This will remind yourself to become this person before you can outwardly achieve the goal.
Ask yourself, ‘If I had the qualities of this card, how would I act? What kinds of feelings would I be embracing each day? What kinds of routines would I have? How would I care for my body and my mind? How would I prioritise my time? What kinds of friends would I have? How would I spend my money? What kinds of things would I read? Who might help me to become this person?’

What are your ideas around using your Tarot cards for manifesting the things you most want in life? Feel free to comment below and let me know!

13 thoughts on “3 Powerful Ways To Manifest Your Desires With Your Tarot Deck”

  1. I am a Christian and as such, I am apposed to tarot cards and invoking spells etc. Perhaps, you use them innocently and thinking nothing of it, but the Bible has a lot to say about witchcraft, soothsaying, and fortunetelling.
    As far as how one thinks: The Bible says, “As a man thinketh in his heart so is he.” Maybe you have heard about the opposition to tarot cards by Christian believers and that sort of thing or maybe you haven’t? I pastored for 12 years. It is for that reason that I must say this and tell you the Bible and the study of God and Christ, and a personal relationship with Him is so much better!
    You will probably dissaprove this comment and that’s ok. Just know that this is coming from a caring heart!
    God bless,
    Edward Mijarez

    1. Hello Mijareze. Thanks for stopping by.

      Gosh-where to start?? I am no stranger to the teachings of Christ and what the Bible says. My entire extended family are Christians and I went to a Christian primary school, so it was definitely a part of my upbringing.

      I love your quote from the Bible ‘As a man thinketh in his heart so is he’. I think that Napoleon Hill said a similar thing in his book ‘Think and Grow Rich’. It definitely captures the essence of what I am trying to say in my post.

      It is unfortunate that so many Christians have misconceptions about what Tarot cards actually are. Tarot cards, like the Bible, are just a bunch of stories that capture lessons for people to be guided by. If God (or The Force/Universe/whatever you want to call it) is so easily offended by people looking at pieces of cardboard with pictures on them then I am worried for ALL of us!

      The Tarot is essentially a celebration of nature and life cycles. It has many references to many cultures with all its symbols and aims to capture patterns throughout humanity.

      Trouble with any belief system occurs when people start saying their belief is superior to someone else’s, which is essentially what you have done here. This kind of thinking is the kind that causes wars and cause people to fly planes into buildings when it is taken to its extreme end.

      I believe that Christians have superstitions about Tarot cards and the like because of the rule of the Roman Catholic Church for so many centuries, which even to this day I feel we are unconsciously influenced by.

      I am aware there are quotes all through the Bible about the ‘Occult’ and all its ‘evil’, however people over many centuries have interpreted the Bible to suit their own agenda and belief system. Just because the Bible says one thing, does not mean it actually means a certain thing. 10 different people will have 10 different interpretations of one sentence in it, because like you said ‘As a man thinketh…’. However, I don’t expect to convince you, as your beliefs are very deeply ingrained into your mind and body, and that is fine with me. There is a part of me of course that feels my beliefs are superior to yours-however, no good ever comes of those kinds of feelings does it?

      Allow me to finish with a quote from the Dalai Lama: “My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness”.

      Thanks for your comment Mijareze. You have given me some ideas for one of my next blog posts!

    2. Mind your business? Why you go looking for arguements. Im apposed to judging others and preaching what i dont live the best example of.

  2. Ive been reading kabbalah and terrot cards came up…I also used to think it’s black magic…but truthfully it was added in so people would not reach enlightenment…religion is for control.

    1. I agree that so much of religion is for control, but I also wonder if it is just a thought system that went quite wrong in many cases. I think that the pure heart of religion there are universal truths, but then people came along and skewed the message!
      I am not that familiar with Kabbalah, but what are the cards that are considered terror cards in the Kabbalah? Thank for your comment Ahrar.

      1. Hi Liz,

        As nobody has replied here, I will go ahead. As an avid Tarot Reader, I do study the Kabbalah and I trust that if you were to look into it, you would find it as incredible as I do. The Kabbalah reaches far back to Jewish Mysticism and relates to the Tree of Life. I would love to guest blog something about this for you, but until then: The tree is divided into various paths (relating to the Major Arcana) and then into the sephiroth (Pip cards). The Sephiroth each represent a planet although these are then redivided into three columns, the Pillar of Mercy, the Pillar of Severity and the centre column of balance. There is so much to write about here, but I think that gives the gist 🙂 I love your article and the manner in which you addressed the ‘Biblical aspect’. Blessed Be, Sancheo ) O (

        1. Hello Sancheo, thanks so much for your comment and I would love it if you would do a guest post on the Kabbalah! I have been interested in Kabbalah and its connection to the tree of life and how the tree of life is basically representative of the life force of everything. It is something that I have often felt I would like to learn more about, but just have not got around to studying in depth. Also, I have not really known where to start. What resources would you recommend I begin with?

          1. Hi Otyllia, thanks for stopping by. One thing I like to do in relation to this topic today is use my Tarot cards in conjunction with The Abraham Hicks Law Of Attraction cards. So, I might consciously pick a Tarot card that I feel is symbolic of what it is that I want to create, then I draw a random card from the Law Of Attraction deck to see how I can make this certain thing happen with the greatest amount of ease. 🙂

  3. Carmen Ponsaing

    I may try these to manifest money, financial security for my family. I am looking to go pro as a tarot reader but need a fair bit more practice yet. The wait is murder to the soul 🙁

    1. You can only accept where you are in any given moment and the key is to find the value of the moment you are in. Wishing you all the best!! Be sure to do as many free readings as you can!

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