I have been eagerly awaiting my copy of Queering the Tarot for ages. Things take a little bit longer to come out in the UK if it’s an American print, so it just heightens the anticipation. And this book did not disappoint. I cannot…
Neo Tarot is a book and deck combination with a direct focus on self-care and development
I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how I wanted to write about this book. I picked up Secrets of the Celtic Cross: The Secret Hisotry of the World’s Most Popular Tarot Spread Featuring New Tarot Reading Methods out of sheer…
Kitchen Table Tarot by Melissa Cynova is as refreshing as a fresh glass of water, no matter how many other glasses you’ve already had.
This self-published 2019 book outlines everything that a Tarot Reader wanting to break into the business of reading at events would need to know, including contracts, Health and Safety, ‘Training the Host,’ etc.
I thought this was a really well-written and useful book. Again, the heart of Tarot was at the heart of the book, which I think is so important. The book serves as a fantastic reminder to readers that even though the Tarot can be a means of income, it’s a tool for spiritual development and as a reader you have a gift to help others through their own development. This is its purpose first and foremost.
While normally I breeze through books fairly quickly, but with this one I really took my time. There are plenty of exercises through the whole book, and I wanted to make sure I took part in whatever I could to ensure that I did the book justice.