People of Interest
Books Of Interest
The Tarot Lady- Theresa Reed www.thetarotlady.com
Theresa is a long time Tarot Reader located in the United States and is much sought after. She provides a begillion (ok, that's an exaggeration, but really there is a lot) of resources to use to both learn more about Tarot, opening a heart based business ( I use that one for reference all the time) and she is now even starting an Astrology school. She is fun, energetic and witty.
Little Red Tarot- Beth www.littleredtarot.com
Beth is an England based Tarot Reader (we are all over the world and the Internet). She is fun and out going and very informative. She is great sensitive issues in regards to LGBT questions and concerns and has been able to tailor her readings to that style. She is immersed within the culture and has a true grasp, understanding and concern for the LGBT community. Her blogs and posts are also fun to read.
21 Ways to Read Tarot- Mary K. Greer
This book is a wonderful way to get to knopw your tarot deck. Each chapter is a workshop that walks you through different perspectives of how to view Tarot. I use some her techniques in my Tarot Class and this book is on my reading list for the class.
365 Tarot Spreads-Sasha Graham
In this book you will find a spread for each day of the year. Each spread has a small story behind it that helps you to determine how the spread should be used. This is a great way to become familiar with Tarot spreads. Working with different spreads and understanding the importance of the meanings in each position is a key part of reading Tarot. This book provides excellent practice and by using your deck everyday you become more familiar with the cards and your intuition.
A Little Bit of Tarot- Cassandra Eason
This is a great little (and it is little, just barely larger than my hand and about 100 pages) book to get started. Eason does a great job of helping one get off the ground. She practical in her explanations. The book also provides some of her real-life readings as examples.
Mystical Origins of the Tarot- Pual Huson
A great book, filled with research and beautiful tidbits of history. Huson does a great job of illustrating Tarot to history and how they may have come to be. He makes for a very convincing argument that through my research I have seen come more and more into the light of accepted theory. The Origins of Tarot and it's travel through the centuries have largely been a mystery and Huson does a great job of closing in the gaps.
Holistic Tarot- Benebell Wen
Wen is a lawyer, who also studies metaphysical healing. Her book the Holistic Tarot is an analytical approach to the Tarot. A way of teaching Tarot without any of the hubbub about fortune telling that many assume is the ony use for Tarot and that many go to a Tarot reader for. I love her approach as it is very similar to mine. It is a way of digging into our subconcious and bringing out an inner knowledge to give us a road map.