Your Tarot Toolkit: Simple Activities for Your Daily Practice by Ru-Lee Story
Pulling a card each day is a favorite tarot activity, for both novices and experienced readers alike. Newcomers are sometimes overwhelmed with all the options available within this simple practice and would like guidance. Long-time practitioner’s often welcome new ideas to keep their practice fresh. Ru-Lee satisfies both these desires.
For each card in the deck Ru-Lee provides simple yet powerful affirmations, areas of reflection, and activities. The book is inclusive in language, but also inclusive in recognizing that people have different levels of ability physically, mentally, and emotionally. This
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jenna Matlin, author of the new Will You Give Me a Reading?.
Performance anxiety is a real occupational hazard when we decide to read tarot for other people. Suddenly, someone is watching us and possibly judging us! It feels like a lot of pressure, which may cause us to be so anxious we are not reading tarot as well as we know we can. Here are four easy techniques to manage any stage fright you feel about reading tarot—plus some ideas to help you deliver the tarot reading with confidence and ease.
Mind Your Mind
Anxiety kills intuition because self-consciousness is the opposite of what we need as readers: other-conscious. The flow
Tarot in Love: Consulting the Cards in Matters of the Heart by Elliot Adam
Elliot Adam, author of the well-loved Fearless Tarot, now guides us through one of the most complex human emotions: love. From the hilarious and completely relatable opening pages Elliot takes our hand reassuringly has he reveals the secrets of love in the cards.
He’s taken a few extraordinary approaches to the material.
First, he gives equal attention to the reversed meanings of the cards, a rare if not unique occurrence. This puts them on equal footing instead of regulating them to the “less than” pile. Second, in addition to the general meaning of each card, he provides meanings for the cards in the
Trick or Treat Tarot by Barbara Moore and Jonathan Hunt
The Trick or Treat Tarot is, at first glance, a nostalgic romp through memories of Halloween’s past. It is also a chatty reading deck, which is not surprising as it was designed following the RWS tradition and brought to life by the witty and talented Jonathan Hunt. The book shares in the fun-loving nature of the cards, but also includes clear, accessible interpretations. Take a look for yourself.
9 of Cups
Our mermaid doesn’t mind that she can’t move around. Why would she want to leave her comfortable spot? She is perfectly happy where she is with everything she wants: a spectacular chaise lounge, moody lighting, and