Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Learning the Meanings of the Cards

While journalling your daily card, you will have been referring to the little white book or the full sized book that came with your deck to find the keywords for that particular card to include in your journal.  While both these provide information, less so in the little white book, you will no doubt be wanting to read more on the subject such as the History of Tarot, Cleansing, Card meanings, Spreads and so forth.  You will already be collecting your own personal keywords for each card while journalling your daily card, writing these in both your daily journal and into your working file.

Here are my favourite books and sources you may find enjoyable and useful to work with.   There are often variances in the meanings of cards between authors however the core messages are always present throughout.  Reading a selection of books can at times be a little confusing however it is useful and interesting to read differing thoughts to find the voices that most resonate with you.  By continuing on with noting down your intuitive thoughts for each card as well as studying the core meanings and combining them, you will eventually gather your own set of meanings for readings.


The Holistic Tarot by Benebell Wen

Tarot by Juliet Sharman-Burke

A Magical Course in Tarot by Michele Morgan

Complete Book of Tarot by Sylvia Abraham

78 Degrees of Wisdom by Rachel Pollack

Learning the Tarot - Joan Bunning


Learning the Tarot - Joan Bunning

Aeclectic Tarot

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