Tarot is a way to concentrate the imagination so that it can see beyond the boundaries of our physical senses and the physical plane. The cards show what the spiritual lessons have been so far and what you have yet to learn. Most of the time, people ask certain questions about love, marriages, job, important decisions, business, investment, travel. There are many structures to study, such as the tree of life, colour scales, Hebrew letters, numerology, paths, symbolism, alchemy, astrology, myths, and meditation.
The person in tune with the tarot cards should be very intuitive and connected to their deck, the cards are the instruments of the spirit to address the questions of the lower mind. The higher mind knows the answers to all the questions. When the tarot cards are spread, they can be useful in making decisions on important topics.
There are many applications that can be used on the deck. You should choose the deck that best suits your instincts. Cards are most often laid out in trees.
For eg, Three Cards spread out for love: the first card is You, the second the other person, and the third the relationship. Next round of tree cars: what do you intend for this relationship? What is their intention, and third, where the partnership will end? The third round is about what attracts you to this individual, what are the difficulties, and, thirdly, how to deal with those difficulties.