TAROT

What is Tarot? If all you owned was a deck of Tarot cards, with proper study & meditation you could unlock the secrets of the universe. The cards are a pictorial text-book of ancient symbolism, useful for self-development as well as for divination. About Tarot Card Readings - Do you own a deck of tarot cards? Learn about tarot readings at All Things Healing online! For more information about tarot card readings, visit All Things Healing online today!

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by Lynda Martin,
ATH Co-Editor of Tarot

Here we are coming into the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. What does Tarot have to say about this time?...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: With all the forces at work as we move into the 2012 winter solstice, getting into the basics of spiritual teachings, as shown in the tarot, can really be calming!

 

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by Mary K. Greer

The main thing is… just START, and if you make mistakes, learn from them!...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: Ever doubted yourself when doing a Tarot reading? Here's some wisdom for you. Mary has done an invaluable service by collecting insights from over 60 experienced tarot readers about what every Newbie Tarot Reader should know. Also great reminders for the more experienced! Part 1 is a guide on how to learn, Part 2 offers help sorting through the thousands of decks. Go to Mary's blog, or wait for part 4, to see the names of all the contributors!

 

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Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: Just for fun, an old fashioned Victorian Christmas perspective on Tarot! If you're feeling nostalgic, this is the deck for you - beautifully done!

 

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by John Gilbert, PhD

The Tarot Institute staff reads and analyzes several tarot books and decks every month. We write reviews of only the very best materials available...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: It can be bewildering to research tarot - so many options! John Gilbert has done a good service here by offering a list and summary of books for both the beginner and more experienced explorer. Reviews y other experienced, well know tarot afficiandos are available through the links.

 

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Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: Wondering why Christmas holidays push your buttons? Or thrill you? Try this fun tarot spread for insight! Who knows what your intuition is waiting to clarify for you?

 

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by Candida Maurer, PhD, LMT, CHTP

I often do Tarot readings to mark the change of seasons, and on my birthday to chart a course for the upcoming year. But this year, I decided to do an extra reading. I asked the question, “What is the most important thing for people to keep in mind during this holiday season?..”


Editor's Note:
Here's a reading to give us something to think about during the holidays.

 

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by Mary K. Greer

A Tarot Reading Is …

* A reading is a slice of life’s journey. It’s a story.

* Tarot is an intuitive compass, so forget the whole idea of “reading the future.”

* Tarot is a mirror...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: This continues the insights of over 60 experienced tarot readers about what every Newbie Tarot Reader should know. Part 1 offered tips on how to learn, this section is helpful in telling us how to select and work with decks. Go to Mary's blog, or wait for part 4, to see the names of all the contributors!

 

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Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: Winter solstice is such a good time to look within and retrospect over the past year, then set the stage for a great new year. This spread, designed by Catherine Chapman and demonstrated by Angelo Nasios, is a powerful way to focus the energies of this time of year.

 

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by Brigit "Biddy" Esselmont

The Major Arcana cards are very powerful cards that represent key archetypes and karmic lessons that are a part of our lives.

You can draw upon the Major Arcana to develop a deeper understanding of yourself and to connect with this set of Tarot cards...

 

A Note from ATH Supervising Editor, Sherri Carter: Gain insight by drawing a card from the Major Arcana and answering the corresponding question. What is waiting for you to discover?

 

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by Lynda Martin,
ATH Co-Editor of Tarot

Rows 1 and 2 symbolized the development of mental and emotional attributes. From this comes the stability to encounter spiritual challenges. As the aspirant experiences deeper experiences of the infinite/eternal, the strengths developed in the earlier stages provide channels for inner insights to transform outer life...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: This article is the fourth in a series about how to use Tarot to deeply study wisdom teachings designed to develop spiritually whole human beings. Row 3 of the teaching spread used for generations (see the overview in the Teaching Spread article) is finally about focused spiritual growth. In ancient schools, aspirants were required to develop skills and stability of mind (Row 1) and heart (Row 2) before being admitted to the deeper studies.

 

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by Mary K. Greer

* There are no rules. All rules are made to be broken.
* You may hear and read a LOT about tarot, much of it contradictory. Listen, read, discuss, try, and decide for yourself. No one knows how you will read or work with the cards except you...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: Mary asked over 60 experienced tarot readers offer their best advice for what every Newbie Tarot Reader should know. Not everyone will agree with everything but there's powerful wisdom here. Go to Mary's blog, or wait for part 4, to see the names of all the contributors!

 

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by Susan Gold

I don’t often talk about my tarot work with others because I’m afraid of being judged. I’m not a psychic but people will think that I think I’m a psychic. People will think that I think I’m a fortune teller. People will think I’m a whacko or weirdo or a spacey new-aged hippy...

 

 

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by Brigit "Biddy" Esselmont

On April 18, one of our dearest friends passed away under tragic circumstances. Now, more than ever, I am guided by the healing power of the Tarot cards as my husband and I come to terms with what has happened...

 

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