Award-winning Tarot expert Barbara Moore presents a truly unique and modern approach to the cards that is conversational, fun, and encouraging.
Moore reveals that there are three main areas a new Tarot reader must consider, the first being your own beliefs and philosophies about the way the world works and the nature of divination. Second, you need to learn the core meanings for each card and how to read the images on the cards. Finally, you have to be able to synthesize the meanings of the cards into a unified reading. You’ll have fun learning these three concepts and applying them to all of your Tarot work.
Along the way, learn the history and myths of the cards; symbolism; reversals; spreads; Tarot journaling; the differences between predictive, prescriptive, interactive, and intuitive readings (with samples); and much more.
Lenormand cards are like tarot cards in these ways:
They were first used as games rather than fortune telling
Their histories are not exactly "shrouded in mystery," but also not completely crystal clear
They are used today to divine the future
Lenormand cards are different from tarot cards in these ways:
The cards have concise, clear... read this article