Ian Parkin is the author of this post.
You can have all the tarot card meanings as easy keywords for the Major Arcana, Minor Pentacles, Minor Cups, Minor Swords, and Minor Wands. The 5 printable PDF cheat sheets are free to download today.
Sometimes you just need some easy keywords to get the gist of what your card spreads can mean. A single catchword for each card can make your Tarot deck an easy to use oracle for self-divinatory purposes. I created this unique list of single keywords for all tarot card meanings to assist you while you learn.
Perhaps the best thing is to make your own list of keywords, in cheat sheets that resonate with you, but that can take a considerable amount of time and effort to complete. And in the copious amount of “How To Read Tarot” books on the market, you will find many contradictions on the key meanings of each tarot card.
I’ve been a professional clairvoyant and intuition coach for many years, and I like to use Tarot Cards at times. I’ve always taught my students to dump the books of meanings, and to relax their minds into a state of psychic resonance. Then, when gazing at the cards, to allow themselves to follow the images and meanings that simply jump into their attention. This is called Tarot-Voyance (or as I’ve branded it, TarotVision™).
So I compiled these lists of keywords for all tarot card meanings in five cheat sheets to help you get started. It’s just like having a set of training wheels on a child’s bicycle. Once the fear of falling has gone and the sense of balance takes over, those training wheels can be discarded for good.