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Quick Readings

Being able to do quick (around five minutes) readings is a great skill to have if you read for parties or events. With the holiday season approaching, many of you will find yourself in situations where the quick reading will be helpful, such as for events or at parties with friends. It is also useful […]

7 Tips for Interpretation

On of the things I like about The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot by Joannes Fiebig and Evelin Burger is their lists of “10′s.” There list of The 10 Most Important Rules for Interpretation inspired me to write my own list: 7 Tips for Interpretation Because any one tarot card has such a […]

Developing Your Skills

Learning to read tarot includes study, such as understanding the system behind your deck of choice, exploring card meanings, working with correspondences, and reviewing reading techniques and spreads. No matter how much one studies, it is (I think) impossible to become a skilled tarot reader without a lot of practice. People often ask me how […]

Lessons from a Professional Tarot Reader

Most people, if they really want to, can learn the meanings of tarot cards. Where things often get more difficult is learning to be a good reader. A reader does more than simply interpret the cards one by one. A reader weaves together layers of meanings and of symbolism with the spread, the querent’s energy, […]

By the Numbers

When beginning a study tarot, one of the first things students learn about are correspondences. For some reason, tarotists love and the cards lend themselves to correspondences. Correspondences are other systems or symbols that, well, correspond to tarot cards. Common pairings include astrology and tarot as well as kabbalah and tarot. As for me, I […]

Personal Client Experiences

Recently I asked readers what they wanted me to write about. Someone asked me to write about my personal experiences reading for clients. Here,  I’ll give an actual example of a situation and how I handled it. Then you all can discuss and share ideas about how you’d handle similar situations. As a professional reader, […]

Connecting with the Universe

At some point, all tarot readers ask themselves questions about how the tarot works, where does the information come from, and what exactly goes on duringa reading. In his book, The Thoth Companion, Michael Osiris Snuffin suggests that a reading centers on communicating with higher powers, and he provides some ways to strengthen the bond […]

Going Pro

I don’t know this for sure, but I imagine that most people who learn tarot think about reading professionally. Reading tarot is certainly an option as a career. But it isn’t for everyone. And, most professional readers will tell you, it is not as glamorous as you’d imagine. Amber K and Azraiel Arynn K’s book, […]

Tarot for Beginners

Tarot shelves at bookstores are filled with beginner level books. Do we really need so many? Aren’t they all essentially the same? I think we do need so many and that they are not essentially the same. First, they all differ in terms of voice and presentation. People learn differently and respond better to some […]

Balancing Art and Craft in Tarot Reading

Tarot shelves at bookstores are filled with beginner level books. Do we really need so many? Aren’t they all essentially the same? I think we do need so many and that they are not essentially the same. First, they all differ in terms of voice and presentation. People learn differently and respond better to some […]