I’ve Decided I Need To Concentrate Upon Tarot With A New Perspective

I want to begin my study again — to truly understand Tarot from the ground up!  I’m not thinking about short-cuts. I want to truly understand Tarot . . . but not get too bogged down into heavy stuff that truly doesn’t matter.

Kelly-Ann Maddox has a very comprehensive study of Tarot that I believe will be beneficial and worthwhile. The first two videos are about choosing a Tarot deck and the historical origins.

Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot Decks are the best choice to use for this course. Of course I have some Tarot deck suggestions . . .

Dark Wood Tarot

Now that we’ve gotten the preliminaries out of the way, let’s delve into Tarot — the Major Arcana . . . The Fool’s Journey — a concept that helps us to familiarize ourselves with those 22 cards. Each has a message . . . The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, The Wheel Of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement, The World.  Time to learn!

This Is All Excellent!!

I like the exercises. This makes one work with the cards in the Major Arcana and allows them to become personal. That, I believe is essential when learning Tarot. It’s important for you to become familiar with these cards. Depending upon how you plan to use your Tarot cards, I believe you would want to have a kind of personal relationship with each card — The more you use them, the more familiar you’ll become with them — either liking them or not — they do have a bit of a personality of their own . . . Just as we may not like everyone we meet, this is true of many of the Tarot cards of the Major Arcana.

I hope this was beneficial to you . . . we’ll be continuing with these lessons by Kelly-Ann Maddox.

Thanks for stopping by!

Click any of the images above or below to select a Tarot deck you would like to use.