Setting goals for your tarot practice

You might have noticed that I’ve started a new online tarot community, Tarot Study Hall, to build connection and conversation around the art of tarot reading.

One of the things I’m encouraging Study Hall members to do is set goals for their tarot practices.

But why? What’s the point?

It feels so linear to set a goal: You see where you want to be in the future, and you start working towards it.

Goal setting makes sense in so many areas of our lives. People set goals for their careers, their finances, their health, and more.

But when it comes to goal setting and tarot, it can feel counter to what tarot is all about: Why not just let your intuition guide you on your journey? Why not just feel it out intuitively and organically?

Letting inspiration guide you can certainly be part of the tarot journey. But structure can help a lot, too. Especially if you’re feeling overwhelmed by how much there is to learn about tarot, or you’ve been studying for a while but you’re not seeing progress.

Learning tarot doesn’t always come easily, or naturally. Not only is there a lot to learn about the cards themselves, but there’s also a lot of history to dive into, and a lot of soft skills to develop if you’re going to take on clients one day.

There are so many layers happening at once sometimes that aspiring readers can get frustrated by the process. Caught in the weeds, they start to lose track of what it is they should be focusing on first.

That’s why staying centered and grounded in clear, tangible tarot goals can make all the difference – especially if you’re feeling bogged down by information and just wish you had a clear path to follow to get from A to B with your tarot studies.

Setting goals gives you something to measure your progress against, and that’s one thing I’m helping members of Tarot Study Hall to do.

Whether you want to sharpen your card reading skills, focus on building a professional tarot practice, or something else altogether, I’ll be holding space for those intentions and more in Tarot Study Hall.

Click here to learn more.

~ Liz


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