The 2-Hour Tarot Tutor: Learn to read the Tarot in just two hours Paperback – 7 Oct 2010
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Seeing the future just got a whole lot easier - learn to read the Tarot in just two hours.
About the Author
Wilma Carroll, an intuitive consultant, has studied metaphysics and philosophy for over 35 years. Impassioned with the belief that everyone can benefit and enrich their daily life with the application of these principles, she advocates a practical approach to a spiritual connection.
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The technique is a good one. Sit down with the deck and a pad of paper, and go card by card through the deck, writing down your own impressions of the card, what you derive from the images, and use this as a basis for your readings.
There is merit to the technique, and is nothing new actually. Many teachers recommend you sit down with your deck, going through it card by card and meditating on the images and contemplating the meanings that come to your mind.
But I am not sure that this is an "instant" method as purported by the author of this book. Nor do I feel that the student would glean as much information as they could during an actual reading, had they the basics in the original and intended meaning of the cards. But those are my feelings.
I also believe that this book focuses on one deck, the Rider-Waite, and does not allow for the many other kinds of decks out there, and the interpretations of the artists and authors. Therefore, the nuances of the decks could be or are lost for the reader, again not allowing the reader to benefit from the additional information the reader could have from this valuable insight into the deck.
However, the author, to her credit, does cover the personal interpretations that a reader does have over and above the meanings of the cards. She does encourage personal insight and allows for those moments when we see "beyond" the meaning of the cards and into the situation faced by the client.
While I see the merit of this system and it's exercises, I do not believe that this system alone would allow a person to make the most of the Tarot. I am a firm believer that the actual system does require further study and that the actual talent of the reader will be more of a factor in determining the readers success with clients. I see this technique as a point of study but not the entire learning.
This is a good book on a technique, but again, not the only piece to the working and I would recommend further study in addition to this to hone your talent and become a really good Tarot Reader. boudica
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