Rather than an arcane craft, tarot can be a tool for understanding and resolving situations and problems in contemporary life. But enlightenment won't be achievable if readers rely on out-dated and historical interpretations - and this is the true value of Tarot Today. By modernizing the meanings of the cards and showing how they relate to the way people live now, it enables readers to gain and share insights that apply directly to their personal, family, working and social lives. By using the book, you will not only master the meanings of all the different cards but will be able to find the answers to specific questions as well as to direct the course of the rest of your life. The Tarot is enjoying a popular and widespread revival. Just as astrology continues to thrive in its Sun-sign format in newspapers and magazines, the Tarot is now also a regular feature in daily, weekly or monthly publications. There are also Tarot phonelines, psychic fairs, workshops and information on the Internet.
- Tarot is a craft that anyone can learn and this book presents the Tarot as a widely accessible acquired skill, with its own special brand of magic - Very practical - Advice and exercises for gaining and sharing insights about the cards in a contextual setting - Cast light on contemporary problems and situations - Guidelines for consultations and for wearing the 'tarot-reader's hat' - Suitable for people wanting to learn the Tarot from scratch but with plenty of information and working examples for the more advanced student - Focuses on the content of readings - Fully illustrated in colour