as I am new to Tarot, I need some advice.
I have my tarot deck, now I would like to know how to practice alone.
I would like some suggestions please
I think that you can't read for yourself, Correct or not?
I have yet to do a reading for anyone else, though if one of my closest friends asked me, I would probably agree. (Not that they would, I don't think XD) However, I have done multiple readings for myself. There is absolutely nothing against doing readings for yourself; in fact, there are many people who don't do readings for anyone but themselves, especially when they're just starting out.
For me, tarot is a highly intuitive art. I have a single deck that I feel an extremely strong connection to, possibly partially because I've had it since I was pretty young, and have yet to find another deck that works for me. (I can also never remember what the deck is called -.-) However, my one deck works absolutely brilliantly, and it has yet to fail me. The first time I did a serious reading, when I was maybe nine or ten, it was a simple three-card past-present-future spread and I remember that past and present were accurate enough to unnerve me, and I think I looked back on it maybe two weeks later and the reading as a whole was so accurate it actually scared me a little and I didn't touch the deck for almost a year XD I don't know why. Still, my beloved cards have never yet given me a reading any less accurate than that first one, and they have warned me of emotional danger for both myself and my friends more than once (and were always right). I believe I have averted at least one relationship disaster and saved one of my most important friendships by taking the hint from the universe - first from intuitive instinct, which then proceeded to manifest in the reading I did - and ending the attempt at a romantic relationship before it could turn sour.
And now I'm rambling. Whoop-ee, this is why we don't let Silver get started on something like this XD
My point is, there is very little "right" or "wrong" with tarot, as is true with much of the Craft. Feel free to ask questions here; we'll always do our best to answer!