36 Gypsy Card Set, KVIZ No# 2489.
Tarot meant to find your true self, to find the right path to liberation from illusions.
- This book is 104 pages, A4 and 49.1 MB, in page flip publication. Please note, the page numbers and download size is subject to change, as we continuously updating the book. This Gypsy Tarot is beautifully illustrated 36 cards by KVIZ, no# 2489. The Gypsy card is made in Hungary. The card is almost identical to the Hungarian, also known as Zigeuner Card, with a few minor differences. Reading this card is also identical to the Zigeuner, so you can use this instructions for both cards.
Gypsy Card is beautifully illustrated 36 cards by KVIZ, no# 2489. The Gypsy card is made in Hungary. This elegant Gypsy tarot deck is illustrated with classic fortune telling scenes from almost identical to the Hungarian Gypsy Card, or Zigeuner card by Piatnik. The boxed deck includes 36 full-colour cards and a small instruction booklet in English, German, French and Hungarian.
Meaning: The picture's message is that opportunism can lead you to loss. If you are able to learn from this experience, you will become a winner in the long run..
Reverse Meaning: There is a chance for advancement or that there is a way out from your current situation.
Meaning: Sadness is signifying a breakthrough, you are growing spiritually, and thus, your views can change and develop over time.
Reverse Meaning: A type of condition which is built on pride, based on too high or low self-esteem, It turns you into a state of desolation, grief.
Meaning: Changes, such as transformation of things, change of values or circumstances. Journey serves as a tool for personal transformation, a template for uniting the individual to the hole, to others, earth and the universe.
Reverse Meaning: Journey, your life is to find your own truth, your own destiny.
All the books offered by gysycard.com is meant for you, who would like to start, how to read taro cards. Each book explains the card's image, meaning and reverse meaning. There are many technical words in Gypsy Card Reading, for instance, image symbolism. What is it? Each image contains a story, just like a painting does. The artist is trying to tell something, communicating some type of emotion, or a story which should be known by a wider audience For instance, in Gypsy Cards you find the card of Sadness portrayed different ways, depends on which card you chose. But on most images, you will find a young girl, sitting near the window, or at the verandah often surrounded by beautiful landscape, yet she doesn't take notice of this beauty, because she is deep within her sadness. What could cause this? Harsh words? A lover? Someone who left her? We don't know exactly what happened. All we see is the girl, who is sad for some unknown reason. You wouldn't be wrong to conclude that sadness is a state which is a negative emotion, however, if you learn more about what it means you realise it is a state that it might benefit you in the long run. Sadness is a positive emotion, as it can help you treasure the good you haven't. It can make you more tender toward others. It can make you more empathetic and compassionate. It can connect us to others because sadness is teaching us to be more understanding. It can incline you to give support to others. It can fill us with appreciation. Sadness is a normal response to a wound that's ultimately destined to heal. This is what called 'image symbolism' in Gypsy Card Reading.
Sample Gypsy Card Reading:
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There are many theories what the term Tarot defines, yet none of them traces it back to the most obvious source, Sanskrit language. Tarot derived from Sanskrit Taras; i.e. voyage, referring to life as a voyage, a guide, how to continue on your journey in life. The other word is Tara, which is translating to asterism, passage, knowledge, communication between man and the universe, the sacred text and science of the ancient Phoenicians known today as the Romani people or Gypsies.
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