Tarot Inspired Life by Jaymi Elford
These days, most readers don't so much focus on narrow meanings for each card as they do on methodology. In Tarot Inspired Life, Elford discusses four ways to approach interpreting a card. Each method may bring something different to the forefront. Used in combination, they can create a well-rounded reading and fulfilling experience for both the reader and the querent.
Have fun trying the methods described in this excerpt:
Four Ways to Read a Card
You’ve unlocked kernels of meaning from within each tarot card, so now it’s time to dive a bit deeper and learn how to apply those meanings in readings. Synthesizing all the parts of the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Michael Smith, author of Base-12 Numerology: Discover Your Life Path Through Nature's Most Powerful Number.
I'm the author of Base-12 Numerology: Discover Your Life Path Through Nature's Most Powerful Number. This poem uses the metaphor of a voyage at sea to explain the base-12 numerology cycle, perhaps a comforting message for how adrift we all feel lately.
0: The voyage of Numerology begins at the zero of potential
Where any forecast is possible from clear to torrential.
Thus how hopeful or fearful your departure to sea
Is how fair or foul the weather likely will be.
1:Upon leaving safe port you embody the one,
Tarot Beyond the Basics by Anthony Louis
We humans have been known, at times, to take ourselves just a little seriously. We can take our tarot seriously, too. Which we should, of course. But tarot is about balance and there are times when tarot gives us something we don't expect. Please enjoy this excerpt from Louis' Tarot Beyond the Basics.
Not only can tarot cards potentially represent the opposite of their accepted meanings, but at times the tarot even seems to employ sarcasm. For example, one day my wife phoned to say that a restaurant near her office was offering for take-out one of my favorite dishes, stuffed peppers. Because this establishment
Your Tarot Your Way by Barbara Moore
The Court cards represent people. Mostly. And because of that, they can be complicated. Not so much complicated to under- stand as complicated to know when to interpret them as the querent or as another person. To interpret the Court cards, you will rely on, first, understanding them and then on both context and intuition. In the pages that follow, I will tell you what I think these cards mean. Here I will tell you that sometimes I ignore all that because I know that the Queen of Wands represents my client’s Uncle Hank (physical gender is irrelevant in tarot ... it’s all metaphor).
With the Court cards, it is easier to understand the ranks