It Really Doesn’t Matter Which Tarot Deck You Choose To Use
The important thing is that you are working with the Tarot cards and learning their meanings — not as a rote exercise, but because you’re truly understanding the meanings of each card. Some, you’ll find you’ll learn easier than others. It could be the card’s concept that may be a bit difficult, but the more you work with your cards, the better you’ll remember the meanings and even some of the substitlies that may have escaped you on other occasions. It is a process. It takes however long or short as it takes. You’ll be pleased after your studies that you took the time to do what was necessary to learn.
Have fun finding Tarot cards that appeal to you. I would suggest you use one that is based on the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition of Tarot. This is what all of my Tarot decks are based on — there could be a few variations with wands being fire or cups being water, but everything else is easy enough to work through. The thing is, once you learn your keywords, it doesn’t matter what Tarot deck you use, you’ll be able to read them. That is truly going to be a day worth celebrating!
Thanks for stopping by! I do hope this was helpful to you.