Featuring a foreword by award-winning Tarot author Barbara Moore
After learning Tarot card meanings and basic spreads, the next step for beginners is fitting all these pieces into a cohesive, insightful reading. Josephine Ellershaw, the author of the international bestseller Easy Tarot, presents an easy, effective, and enjoyable way for anyone to learn to do amazingly accurate, helpful Tarot readings.
Ellershaw illuminates the Tarot reading process by inviting you to virtually sit in on her readings with ten individuals. Card by card, spread by spread, she reveals her thought process behind each interpretation and decision, and tells how to make the connections that add clarity and depth to a reading. These compelling and memorable accounts of ten very different readings, along with follow-up documentation of how relevant each reading proved to be, result in a powerful and completely unique approach to learning to do Tarot readings.
Easy Tarot Reading also includes tips on the following topics:
—Ethical guidelines and responsibility
—Conducting email and telephone readings
—Delivering bad news
—Seeker involvement and icebreakers
—Frequency of consultations
—Indicators of success, secrets, and skullduggery
"A truly unique book . . . This engaging and honest behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of Tarot will delight and inspire both Tarot enthusiasts and curious newcomers alike."—Lisa Finander, author of Disneystrology
"I absolutely adore this book . . . Ellershaw presents the 'story' that a reading really is in fine fashion!"—Bonnie Cehovet, Aeclectic Tarot
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|Size: ||5.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||Llewellyn Publications|
|Date published: ||Nov 2011|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|