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Psychic Tarot: Using Your Natural Psychic Abilities to Read the Cards [Kindle Edition]

Nancy Antenucci , Melanie A. Howard
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Learn to read tarot cards using your own psychic skills, and gain new levels of inspiration, guidance, and insight.

This friendly tarot guidebook features a wealth of creative exercises that are compatible with any deck, plus sample readings, spreads, and compelling firsthand accounts from a seasoned reader and teacher to start you on the path to trusting your intuition in reading the cards.

Along the way, you’ll learn a variety of original intuitive exercises designed to awaken your psychic abilities, such as Light and Shadow, Turning Point, and Hidden Question. Also included are simple techniques for doing energy readings, plus instructions on keeping a synchronicity journal and using tarot as a tool to communicate with spirit guides or loved ones on the other side.




About the Author

For nearly 25 years, Nancy Antenucci has been a tarot reader, teacher, and mentor for hundreds of clients and students. Melanie Howard is a psychic, a tarot reader, and co-founder of the Hastings Blessings and Breathing Center, a teaching centre in Massachusetts for women that focuses on spiritual topics.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2399 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (8 Feb. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0057UD52I
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this book 2 Mar. 2014
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This is the best book I have read I absolutely love it i read tarot and since reading this book I haven't looked at any meanings for tarot I just go with my intuition and its been spot on . I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to read tarot from the heart .
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 1 Nov. 2014
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Enjoyed this book. Plenty to think about.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Perspective on Psychic Tarot Reading 3 Feb. 2011
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As a tarot reader who uses her sixth sense when reading cards, I was disappointed that I could not find any books specifically on using your psychic skills to read tarot. Most tarot books on the market seem to be about the basics: what the cards mean and how to do a layout. There were mentions about intuition but nothing in depth. I began to think that not many of tarot readers actually use psychic abilities - or perhaps we just don't admit it.

Then along comes this book by respected tarot reader Nancy Antenucci and co author Melanie Howard, boldly titled "Psychic Tarot". To say that I was excited to get this book is an understatement. I was chomping at the bit for it to be released! Finally I a tarot book that I could relate to!

Antenucci starts the book out with a little antidote about sitting at a table with famed tarot author Rachel Pollack and a group of readers. Pollack asks the group if they considered themselves to be psychic and most of them answer "no". I found that very interesting as I have over the years encountered many other readers who shied away from the psychic word. I never understood this nor could I comprehend why people though having intuition was some sort of "gift". In my mind, we all have this ability - just some of us seem to train it, use it and trust it more. The authors seem to agree with this and in the first chapter of the book discuss the hang ups about the word "psychic" as well as how to let go of these misconceptions.

The next few chapters give exercises for intuitively understanding the Minor Arcana, Majors and the Court Cards - building a solid foundation and structure but still encouraging the reader to look for their own clues and interpretations rather than adhering to a "strict" meaning. This helps the reader to begin to let go of "logical" interpretations and start to trust their own intuition to "find" meanings.

Chapters on Energy Basics, Seeing the Unseen, Trusting the Sight and The Initial Image have more advanced exercises for developing psychic abilities. These practices are serious but fun at the same time - I loved the author's gentle sense of humor and play. If you are the type of person who is afraid of psychic stuff, these little exercises will allow you to imbue a sense of fun as you discover and hone your sixth sense.

But for me, the rest of the book is where the real gems lie. The authors lay out system for divination, The Six Principles, which could apply to any sort of psychic work - not just tarot reading. This is sound, sensible advice that any aspiring psychic, medium or reader will want to read. From grounding to integration, this solid counsel provides the reader with common sense strategies that will help them to remain with one foot firmly on the ground as they tap into the other worlds. I find this to be so valuable as so many mystics I know seem to have trouble with their real lives when they do this type of work.

My favorite chapter is on boundaries - where once again, the authors offer up excellent guidance that no reader will want to miss. Antenucci shares one of her own personal stories that illustrates excellently on why a reader will want to set boundaries - which includes letting go of the reading once it is done. I nodded my head in agreement throughout this entire chapter.

Traits Of A True Reader finishes off the book nicely with this line: "A true reader is really a teacher. A teacher helps others wake up to their own Creative Authority." I found that statement to be very powerful.

The appendix in the back has all the exercises mapped out so that you can find them easily once you have finished reading the book. If you want to go back to a particular exercise, this is a nice touch and makes the book accessible and user friendly.

I think this book is especially good for those who wish to learn how to read in a more intuitive fashion. It will appeal to beginners and intermediates alike and I hope it will encourage more tarot readers in particular to embrace their intuition and be less fearful about saying that they are psychic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Solid, Grounded Wisdom for Tarot Beginner & Veteran Alike 8 Mar. 2011
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The world is awash in Tarot books, each with their special angle presented to the curious reader. On one hand it's a great time to be interested in the Tarot, on the other it's an overwhelming paper sea clamouring for attention. Nancy and Melanie's book is different in a marvelous way. This is one of the most practical and accessible books to get one started in the Tarot to come down the pike in many a long year. However, it is also full of useful exercises and insights that will stimulate even the most jaded enthusiasts.

Solid, grounded, gentle wisdom suffuses every page and makes it a pleasure to consult. The "getting to know your Tarot deck" part of the book is full of lovely and useful exercises. There are also very useful chapters that provide practical working information for accessing other dimensions and energies and applying them to Tarot.

The overweight primate in the room, of course, is the silent "P" word - Psychic. Nancy and Melanie approach this too with common sense and solid experience, making a a clear yet non-threatening case for the psychic dimension that is so often employed in Tarot reading but not always comfortably acknowledged by practitioners.

The tone throughout is kind, competent and comfortable. Pick up Psychic Tarot - you won't regret it.
29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Psychic Tarot by Nancy Antenucci W/ Melanie Howard 11 Mar. 2011
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This book is a must have for those new to reading the tarot as well as the experienced reader. It supports you through the process of developing your psychic abilities. Reading this book changed my views on what it is to be a psychic and give a psychic tarot reading. My readings have a much better flow since I have opened myself up to trusting my sight. Give this book a read you will not regret it at all!!! Has quickly become my favorite tarot book!!
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Long overdue! 4 April 2011
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Magnificent! I've been waiting for a book like this for a very long time. I too am amazed that many tarot readers shy away from considering themselves psychic. Nancy Antenucci and Melanie Howard demystify that label and gently guide the reader to find and develop his/her own natural psychic ability. It's not scary at all. :-)

With pleasant humor and creative exercises the authors take you through the cards and into your own inner knowing. You learn to trust yourself and your intuition. Begin with a stroll through the cards where you are introduced to each of them in turn, at your own pace and you develop your own relationship with them. The chapter on the Court Cards is worth the cover price of the book. I've been reading tarot for over twenty years and own more books on this topic than should be allowed and I learned a thing or two from their method of understanding and relating to the Court Cards. From there the authors lay out six principles for divination work that provide a non-rigid structure for readings. All along the way you are prompted to think for yourself and trust the answers you get.

There are many thoughtful and clever elements to this book. The chapter on Boundaries is a brilliant addition as are the appendices. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in the subject, whether a beginner or veteran reader. It contains a wealth of information and will be a useful reference for a long time to come.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Every new, and experienced reader should read this book 27 Dec. 2011
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I have to say that i absolutely loved this book, and I will be reading it again very soon. There are a ton of books for someone who wants to learn how to read tarot, one's that of course have all the meanings for each card, and i do feel this is very helpful to build a psychological foundation, and place a subconscious impression on what the cards mean for you personally. But, I do have to say that after a while many readers will forget to really look at the cards, or work on their intuitive side, which I personally find to be much more important many times while doing a reading. This book does not have meanings, it teaches how to read, and develop your more intuitive side, which is what makes the best readers in my opinion.

If you are new to tarot and learning meanings for your cards, get this book, this is how you develop what you are probably looking for, if of course you are looking to tap into your more intuitive, or psychic ability (I personally do not like the word "psychic" because it has a bad rap, but using it for lack of a better word.) You will want this book in your tarot reading library if you are seriously wanting to help develop your skills as a reader, very well written, and a great job of describing how things work for an intuitive reader, along with exercises that will definitely help you learn to use your skills.
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