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Tarot-for-Beginners $14.95

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Paperback - SubTitle: An Easy Guide to Understanding & Interpreting the Tarot
By P. Scott Hollander
You've seen them in stores: Tarot decks. Chances are you've seen dozens of them, and even been attracted to a few. And you also know that they're more than serial art, they can be used to give readings. But where can you start? You need a book that explains everything clearly, in plain English, and without any arcane terms. And that is exactly what you'll find in Tarot for Beginners by P. Scott Hollander. You'll learn everything you need in order to give effective Tarot readings using any Tarot deck. This book describes each and every card in the deck. Then it gives the spiritual meaning of each card. You can use this information for meditation and spiritual development. Next, it describes what each card means when you are giving a reading. Interpretations are given for both the upright (positive) and inverted (negative) position of each card. Once you have learned the meanings of the cards, you then have to learn how to read them in combinations. In order to do this, you need a system that gives you a basis for interpreting the interrelationship of the cards. This is what is called a "layout" or a "spread." The book includes three different spreads and gives the meaning for each card position of the spread. It also includes sample readings so you can see exactly how the interplay between the cards and the spread works. So if you want to learn to give Tarot readings, here's what you should do. First, look through a catalog and find a deck you like. Then pick up a copy of this book. Next, look through the deck and familiarize yourself with the imagery. Once you have done this, start working your way through the book with the deck. As you look at each card compare it with the meanings given in the book. You may want to meditate on the meanings as you become familiar with them. Put the card in front of you and read the interpretation of the card from the book. Then invert the card and read that interpretation of the card. Take your time and do this for each of the cards. Practice, and over time you will come to know the meanings without depending upon the book. The next step is to work with spreads. Study the explanations and then lay out the cards in front of you to match the samples given in the book. See how the cards relate to each other and to the positions in the spread. After you understand the process, try doing the spreads with cards chosen at random. When you have done this, it is time to start doing real readings. Begin by doing readings for yourself. Then offer to do it for friends. When they see how good you are, watch out! Everyone will want a reading from you. Thanks to Tarot for Beginners and a little practice you will be a Tarot reader.