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Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card

Mary K Greer s Ways to Read a Tarot Card Drawing on nearly forty years of tarot experience Mary K Greer has developed a new energizing approach made up of twenty one stimulating techniques to interpret or deepen your understanding of each c

  • Title: Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card
  • Author: Mary K. Greer
  • ISBN: 9780738707846
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drawing on nearly forty years of tarot experience, Mary K Greer has developed a new energizing approach made up of twenty one stimulating techniques to interpret or deepen your understanding of each card Just as the twenty six letters of the alphabet can be combined to form billions of words, Greer s twenty one methods can be used in any combination for gaining amazing nDrawing on nearly forty years of tarot experience, Mary K Greer has developed a new energizing approach made up of twenty one stimulating techniques to interpret or deepen your understanding of each card Just as the twenty six letters of the alphabet can be combined to form billions of words, Greer s twenty one methods can be used in any combination for gaining amazing new insights and perspectives.Emphasizing both traditional and personal methods of interpretation, Greer s techniques involve storytelling, sketching, symbols, metaphors, dialogues, acting, and other imaginative exercises Designed to bring about interaction, transformation, and empowerment, this twenty one pronged approach to tarot can help readers expand standard interpretations and evolve new ways of connecting to the cards.Winner of the Coalition of Visionary Resources Award for Best Divination Book

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    1. Definitely one of my all time favorite tarot books. It provides so many different outlooks & explains how to intuitively trust your interpretations.


    2. Este libro es ideal para todo aquel que quiera hacer una práctica del tarot más exhaustiva y concienzuda. Me encato su abordaje holístico de la práctica, así como cada capítulo brinda una manera distinta de acercarse a las cartas. Creo que todo el que empiece a aprender la disciplina debería tener este libro como su compañero infaltable, sin duda resuelve muchas dudas y entrega información valiosa sobre los números, cómo relacionarse con las cartas e involucrar la intuición. Mi favor [...]


    3. Really good series of Tarot explorations, with something to offer everyone from beginner to advanced. This book includes lots of experiential exercises (which are very good - and you'll get WAY more out of the book if you actually do them rather than just reading them!) but also quite a bit of detail about number, elemental, and archetypal symbolism, very concisely described. I really like the approach of using open-ended questions and asking the querent to take a more active role by describing [...]


    4. It's easy to see why after ten years this book is still one of the most go to books in the tarot community. It's easy and open manner makes it an easy read. The exercises and journal work gives the reader tools to see tarot cards in different ways. Allowing them to tap into the entire potential of each card. It is also highly personal as it brings forth a great deal of yourself with each exercise that you complete. While it starts out light, if you're using this book properly it's going to go a [...]


    5. All in all, the book really helped me out. I think that some suggestions found in it can help people in their everyday lives and not only when reading tarot cards. A few months back, I fell in love with tarot and it was wonderful to expand my knowledge of it (which I will continue to do). Of course, the book included techniques that I didn't find appealing, but then again, there were some ideas that I plan to use whenever I can. :) Thank you Ms Greer! :D


    6. There are two ways to learn the intuitive way of reading cards - that I know of:1) spend a decade reading the cards2) Memorize and apply the 21 ways of reading the cards as described here.And even then, when you're reading for yourself, and the cards are acting out on you (or you're not really in a state that facilitates an easy reading), it's still all the wiser to keep a reference book nearby, especially one that is also by Mary K. Greer, Tarot of Reversals.


    7. very good for 'self' reading and teaching a method on how to have a person read for themselves. Its like a relaxed form of psychotherapy and very useful breaking through the stigma of not being able to read for one self. She also includes good explanations and definitions of which are essential to learning card meanings - though she doesn't stress that as much as self symbolism and self exploration.


    8. This is the best book I have seen on learning to read the Tarot. It gives exercises that will help you to learn each card, and be able to apply the various meanings of the card to different readings. One of the best things about this book, is that although it gives some standard meanings, you are also encouraged to use your intuition in a reading.


    9. Wonderful! I love the focus on each individual's interpretation of the cards rather than a transpersonal "true" meaning. I appreciate the many exercises using different modalities of expression and interpretation. I have used some of them as insight tools for myself and with clients, and I will again!


    10. Most of these things seem like common sense to me, but maybe there are people clueless enough to be told the obvious. I bought this based on the author's reputation (and I wanted something I could read on my Kindle) but I'm underwhelmed. The Apprentice/Adept format is a bit annoying. Perhaps someone new to the tarot would learn something from it.


    11. This is more of a way to sense the cards, to get the background, to learn overall about the cards, the suits, the major arcana. It has some good info, but can't be your only Tarot book. Great symbolism section.


    12. Basically, the information given is easy to understand. But, it is better if your tarot is one of the three tarots illustrated on the front cover.






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