Easier said than done though. I have a lot of decks. Some I bought for the art and some I bought because they work well. I use all of them depending on my mood but I realized I wanted to find one deck that fit me intuitively - one I can study more deeply.
So, I went through all of my decks, one by one and narrowed them down by how I felt when I read with them. I was a bit bummed that two of my favorite decks, The Tarot of the Magical Forest and The Ceccoli Tarot, didn't really feel intuitive like I wanted them too. Because I know what the cards mean, having learned by memory, I can read with them, but if one were to just look at them without knowing the meanings, they would be very different.
That is NOT a bad thing and I plan on using the Ceccoli Deck to do dream work with. But I really think the deck you work with most should feel like you just know it.
After a LOT of work, I have narrowed it down to the decks pictured above. Each one of them feels more verbal to me. I can look at the cards and see what they are saying or trying to say and each of those decks have layers of symbols and nuances, which I love. I plan on using each of those decks for a month or so, or until I feel like that is THE deck.
Again, using many decks is awesome because you get to see a wide spectrum of images and symbols and you can learn a lot that way. But getting to know at least ONE deck intimately brings you closer to yourself. Always learning, always seeing something new. Never stop learning!
My Tarot Card Practice. I have been studying Tarot for over 20 years now and am still learning new things daily.