Andrew’s Wanderings in the Labrynth (Shared from WordPress)

An entry from Andrew B. Watt’s blog about his interaction with T. Susan Chang and her book, which leads him to the importance of tracking your tarot reading progress.

“But reading a book of correspondences is not as interesting as reading the essays on either side of those tables of correspondences.  In a sense, the essays before and after these tables are the meat of the book.  One of the key ideas that Ms. Chang presents — which I think is critical! — is the idea that if you want to learn Tarot, you need to track its use for a while… a good long while.”

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