Every day you make choices. Some are big, some are small-but all will affect the course of your future. The good news is that you don't have to do it alone-the tarot can give you advice when you need it most! Reading the tarot for advice requires a different approach than reading for prediction. "Tarot: Your Everyday Guide "presents a new method of tarot interpretation. YoEvery day you make choices. Some are big, some are small-but all will affect the course of your future. The good news is that you don't have to do it alone-the tarot can give you advice when you need it most! Reading the tarot for advice requires a different approach than reading for prediction. "Tarot: Your Everyday Guide "presents a new method of tarot interpretation. You'll learn how to use the tarot to help you make an informed decision and determine a course of action for just about any life situation. For example, in an advice reading the Two of Wands could mean you should set up your own challenges to work out goals, define issues, and work out compromises. If the King of Cups comes up in an advice reading, it means you must give encouragement, acknowledge the accomplishments of others, give rewards, and let others enjoy the limelight. Alternatively, it could mean you need to seek a mentor who has these qualities. The position of a given card within a spread, and the cards before and after it, will clarify the cards' advice for you. You can even use advice readings to augment traditional divination. If a divinatory spread shows trouble ahead, consult the cards for advice on how to avoid the situation or lessen its impact. Whether you're an experienced tarot reader or have never even shuffled the cards before, this unique and practical book will open new doors of understanding and help you integrate the rich symbolism of the tarot into your daily life. Winner of the 2001 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for best Self-help Book...
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|Number of Pages||:||288 Pages|
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tarot your everyday guide Reviews
The concept of using Tarot to guide myself and others was new to this Tarotist's mind when she was younger. I began playing with ways to not predict with the cards but to live with them in all aspects of my life. This book opened doors for my creativity and my concept of what the cards can do. So like all books with "memorize these descriptions" pages I never looked at it again. But it did open doors for new ways to utilize the cards.
Janina Renee's approach to card reading is unique in that it encourages smaller spreads that zoom in on everyday matters requiring specific advice. She focuses on learning to read the cards as a way to determine a course of action, and gives excellent and practical examples in the beginning of the book of how to get started interpreting cards for advice. For example, if you need to know whether to proceed with something, and you do a three card spread in which all three cards depict action, the cards are saying "go for it!"Both the major and minor arcana are examined in detail. Many books that look at the individual cards give much more info on the majors, almost ignoring the minors except for a quick blurb. Not so here! Much to her credit, the minors and court cards are examined in just as much detail as the majors. Unique details about each card are given, as well as examples of what the card may mean if drawn for specific types of advice.However, I do think that these detailed definitions may be a little overwhelming if this is your very first encounter with Tarot. I believe you need to set down firm building blocks to start with. If you are an absolute beginner, I would recommend first reading Joan Bunning's Learning the Tarot: A Tarot Book for Beginners and Anthony Louis's Tarot Plain and Simple, as these two books give a solid grounding in understanding Tarot. This book by Ms. Renee is an excellent continuation of that learning process, and will greatly enhance your experience with the cards. Highly recommended for those with at least a basic understanding of reading.
This is a book I LOVE a lot. I have another of her texts and she says she has a child with learning disorders. Well, I have one too and find Janina's books comprehensive and really gives information.This book does reversals and has a bit on Tarot and advice per card, the images has 3 different deck images per card which is brilliant for learning. I would advise any tarot reader getting this book. Janina is an author (You don't mind me calling her by her first name?) which is a must have in any tarotista's collection.
Hands-down the best guide for using the wisdom of the Tarot in daily life. Clear, practical, sensible, and insightful. I have been reading the cards for more than 20 years and I still refer to this book regularly.