SHORTHAND FOR TAROT JOURNALING
Journaling is a powerful practice for tracking progress and helping to get thoughts down on paper. I like to use my journal to get my thoughts down when they start to repeat in my mind, and also record To Do lists to keep track of all the stuff I’m trying to get done. My favourite thing to journal about, though, is Tarot readings. Being able to process thoughts on paper is so helpful, and it’s also fun to read back on old entries and see how far I have come. If you get into the habit of recording all Tarot readings you can also track what themes arise the most.

This 10 page download is designed to teach you how to use shorthand to record your cards spreads for ultra fast journaling.
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Learn to Write in Shorthand for Tarot Readings
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RECORD CARD SPREADS WITH LIGHTNING SPEED
There are many different ways to journal with the Tarot; recording cards and their guidebook meanings, illustrating the cards you’ve pulled, writing your initial thoughts and feelings in point form, or even writing stream-of-consciousness with the cards as the starting point.

This download lays out a form of shorthand journaling for Tarot where each card is represented by a symbol. Jot the symbols down quickly to record the cards you’ve drawn and use the quick reference for single keyword associations. A journal template is included where you have space to write your interpretations, thoughts, feelings and other notes.
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WHAT YOU GET IN THE DOWNLOAD
  • Introduction to Tarot Journaling
  • Quick Reference Guide to All 78 Cards
  • Shorthand Symbols for All 78 Cards
  • How-To for Using Shorthand
  • Template Journal Page
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