Read more A study published in the Journal of Psychophysiology found that the tarot reading for a card to mean “a new beginning, a new beginning” was a much more accurate reading for women than for men.
Women who read a card with a word such as “rebirth”, which means “a fresh start” was significantly more likely to read that as a meaning “a beginning to new beginnings”, than a word that meant “a renewal”.
The authors of the study, led by Dr James Stang, a clinical psychologist at the University of Cambridge, wrote that while women tend to focus on the positive, men tend to think of the negative, “rebuilding the body, finding a new relationship, being able to get on with your life, getting on with the work, being happy”.
“This can lead to people saying, ‘You don’t have to be a woman to read tarot’,” they wrote.
“This research suggests that you may just need to be in the right mindset, be able to read the card correctly, and it may help you find the meaning.”
Dr Stang said the study was the first to suggest that the meaning of a card might be more than just a number on a card, but could be a personal story or a feeling.
“When we read a tarot card, we don’t know what it’s about.
We don’t feel the meaning, we’re not sure what it means.”
There’s this idea that you need to read something to be able change something. “
We get a sense of a life-changing event, a life changing event that changes us for the better.
There’s this idea that you need to read something to be able change something.
“There are lots of other books about reading the tarots, and many people love them, but there’s a lot less research about what they mean, what they really mean, and how to use them.”Read more”
There are lots of other books about reading the tarots, and many people love them, but there’s a lot less research about what they mean, what they really mean, and how to use them.”Read more