I Can Truly Relate To The Concept Of The Fool’s Journey As It Pertains To Grasping An Understanding Of The Major Arcana In Tarot
I loved this concept so much that I wanted to explore it further — with the assistance of others who study and practice Tarot.
Of course, you can write or tell of your own interpretation of the Fool’s Journey — This would definitely be much more beneficial to you. However, if you would like a bit more information, perhaps another perspective . . . This may prove to be quite a meaningful journey for you.
I enjoy stories — I was first introduced to this concept of story telling in Tarot when I purchased Tarot of Haunted House
This is the brain child of Sasha Graham. As you delve into the cards, you’ll be accompanying the Fool, “who finds herself inside a mysterious haunted house. Moving with her through the deck, you’ll unlock room after room and uncover the mansion’s true, romantic, and chilling tale while also discovering the Fool’s forgotten origins.”
It is indeed quite an advantageous journey . . . One I did enjoy and remember each time I turn to this Tarot deck for personal readings and to gain insight into matters at hand.
Learning Tarot is discovering what approach works best for you. For me it is all about the story . . . Something else may be best for you . . . This is just the beginning of your journey . . . Grasp all that is available to you to help you along the way.