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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Tarot Site! These are the top ten articles that your Tarot Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Ethical Tarot Reading
Tarot readers are often called upon to give serious advice. And, many of us are not licensed counselors. So, it is imperative that we realize how much we should say and how it should be said.
2. Reading Tarot Card Reversals
Reading card reversals is an individual preference. Generally, if a card is pulled from the deck and placed upside down in a spread it is read as the reverse meaning of the upright card.
3. Taking Care of Your Tarot Deck
Taking good care of your Tarot deck is like taking care of any other special and meaningful item in your life.
4. The Death Tarot Card
The Death card in Tarot is often very misunderstood. It speaks to us, not of physical death, but of endings, new beginnings and transformation. The Fool faces his deepest fears in this phase of his journey.
5. Visiting a Tarot Card
The best way to really get to know your Tarot cards is to "visit" them. This lesson will bring you face to face with the Major Arcana character of your choice.
6. Tarot for Yourself Book Review
Tarot for Yourself is an amazing source of information and advice. Ms. Greer presents the topics and subjects in a concise, practical and easy to read manner. I use this book often as a reference guide.
7. The Lovers Tarot Card
The Fool has learned what it is like to be male and to be female. But, now he must learn to reconcile these two dualities within himself.
8. The Tarot Journal
A Tarot Journal is a necessity if you are going to be doing readings for yourself or for others. It is an ongoing story of the wisdom and knowledge gained as you walk along the path of the Tarot.
9. Three Card Spread
A three card spread is a quick and easy way to get a snapshot view of a situation. You can use many different alternatives as to what each card represents. For instance, body, mind and spirit. This particular spread is based upon the first ten cards of the Major Arcana.
10. Understanding The Major Arcana
A Tarot deck is divided into two separate aspects, which when combined tell the story of the Fool's journey. Who is the Fool and where is his journey going to lead him?
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