Practical Tarot’s Quick Start Guide to Tarot Readings [NOOK Book]

Overview

Many students feel a bit stuck after learning the meanings, unsure of how to put the cards together into a coherent, relevant, and useful message or answer to a question. This is because understanding what a card means and doing a reading are two different things. PT?s Quick Start Guide to Tarot Readings will help you understand the process of interpreting a tarot reading with ease and confidence. This Guide details my process of conducting a ...
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Practical Tarot’s Quick Start Guide to Tarot Readings

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Overview

Many students feel a bit stuck after learning the meanings, unsure of how to put the cards together into a coherent, relevant, and useful message or answer to a question. This is because understanding what a card means and doing a reading are two different things. PT’s Quick Start Guide to Tarot Readings will help you understand the process of interpreting a tarot reading with ease and confidence. This Guide details my process of conducting a reading. You can use this to read for yourself or for someone else.

The technique presented here is based on the methods I’ve developed over my twenty years of exploring tarot. In this Guide, emphasis is placed on my technique called “Scanning a Reading,” as this is one of the most neglected practices in the craft of tarot reading. Ironically, it is a process that helps create coherence in a reading and consequently is exactly what a new tarot reader needs to pull their readings together
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013826496
  • Publisher: Practical Tarot
  • Publication date: 12/9/2011
  • Series: Practical Tarot's Quick Start Guides , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 845,905
  • File size: 14 KB

Meet the Author

The tarot has been a part of my personal and professional life for nearly twenty years. I first discovered the Tarot in college. Right from the start, the tarot intrigued me with its marvelous blending of mythology, psychology, art, history mystery, and magic.

I enjoy giving a voice to tarot cards by writing the books that accompany decks. I have had the good fortune to write books and booklets for several decks, including A Guide to Mystic Faerie Tarot (Llewellyn, July 2007), The Gilded Tarot Companion (Llewellyn, September 2004), The Enchanted Oracle (Llewellyn, September 2008), The Mystic Dreamer Tarot (Llewellyn, September 2008), and Shadowscapes Tarot (Llewellyn, May 2010). Recently, I finished writing a new edition of Tarot for Beginners (Llewellyn, November 2010). Tarot Spreads: Layouts & Techniques to Empower Your Readers will be available from Llewellyn in April 2012. My latest project, The Steampunk Tarot, will be available in May 2012
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