This is an introductory level book on the Tarot. You'll find an explanation of Card Meanings for all 78 Tarot Cards, some foundational Tarot Card Spreads to get you started and a clear Step by Step Process to take you through how to do a Card Reading. Picking the right deck and How to Care for your Cards is covered as well as the correspondence between Astrological Signs and specific Tarot Cards. The concept of Tarot Healing is introduced and the procedure for doing a Self-Healing with a combination of Tarot Cards and Aromatherapy Oils is fully explained.
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About the Author
Karen is one of those people who truly loves the new, the interesting, the old and the quirky. She has had a love affair with natural and alternative therapies and practices, for many years, and has used this as a basis in the healing work she does with clients in both her one to one sessions as well as group work. Karen writes for pleasure and uses the process as a method for clarifying her own thoughts and insights which are then grounded through the act of writing. Actively working specifically with Tarot since 1995, Karen has taught and offered consultations throughout Australia, in the United States, Asia and the UK. She is the creator of Tarot Healing,Taroga ( a fusion of Dru Yoga and Tarot Archetypes) and of course, the Tarot Oils TM. Karen draws on a combination of life experience, study and an inherent natural ability to see beyond the mundane levels of existence.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Well written. I am new to Tarot and am finding that there are a few schools of thought. Some say you MUST do it this way, others say another way and still others say - "here is the information and how it began, use your intuition and decide". That's what this book is. She provides information and her preferences but makes no declarations as to how any one way is the only way. I enjoyed it very much and it has very good information. She even refers to long time Tarotists that she learned from. So from her, Karen Seinor, I've learned about others who teach, and continue to learn from them as well.