Book of Interest—Tarot for One

Nov 01 2016 Published by under Anna's Books of Interest, Red wheel/Weiser

Weiser Books

Can you really read tarot cards for yourself?

As a teacher, I have always cautioned my students about the perils of doing any kind of channeled readings for themselves (and I do believe that tarot is a tool for channeling information from the other side). Simultaneously, I’ve always admitted that I regularly read tarot cards for myself. Who among us can resist?

Weber is unique in encouraging readers to develop a system of communication with the tarot cards which is personal, rather than just applying traditional symbolism to the cards and interpreting them accordingly. It opens the door for a more spontaneous flow of information, and puts responsibility for accepting the truth of what the cards offer squarely on the shoulders of the person asking for the information. She suggests using the cards as direction for meditation about a situation rather than for predictions. While she warns about becoming addicted to looking for answers in the tarot deck, she makes the point that the world needs a bit of magick right now and the tarot is a perfect means of providing that.

Part workbook with practice exercises, part instruction manual, Weber’s voice speaks through the esoteric fog of centuries and captures the essence of the way in which spiritual forces are working with us today. She draws on traditional tarot wisdom, modern media metaphors, and her personal experience in order to make the tarot as accessible as possible to everyone.

I’ve been reading tarot cards for almost fifty years. I found this book insightful and motivating. Beginners will find that it provides everything they need to know to get started. SHOP FOR THE BOOK

© 2016 Anna Jedrziewski and InannaWorks

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