Get To Know Your Cards By Really Using Them

October 22nd, 2012 § 0 comments

In the video below, Trevor Thorkelson makes a good case for why readers, especially those starting out, might want to have at least one Tarot deck they dedicate just for study purposes.

He recommends the Rider Waite Smith, and I think that that would be a fine choice. The important point to me though isn’t what particular deck you choose, but that you have one that you’re willing to really use on a daily basis.

You can’t be afraid to mark it up, or crease some of the cards, or even separate a few out from the pack on occasion, maybe to carry around with you, or as Thorkelson suggests, to post on you’re fridge like a reminder to buy milk.

Take a look at what he has to say about getting ‘fluent’ with your cards. He makes some great points.

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