Tarot is a practice that many enjoy, and if you're new to the craft or to divination in general, it can be overwhelming. Suggestions like "pull a card a day" and "practice by reading for others" seem great on the surface but it still begs the question of what to ask and how to put together your interpretation.
In the 2021 Year of Tarot, you'll find all of these and more. Lists of question suggestions for a card a day, two cards a day or three cards a day. A short introduction to the history of tarot, tidbits on how to make up your own spreads or questions, connecting and cleansing your deck, and card meanings.
Every month you'll find a specific spread related directly to the phase of the Full Moon and New Moon, helping you to connect with two of the most powerful phases. You'll have a month ahead spread, and sections specifically to write in each card if you choose to pull for the week ahead. As well as ample space for interpretations of your daily pulls.
While primarily this book is meant to help you connect with your deck and get more confident in your reading ability, it also doubles as an astrological planner and mundane yearly datebook!
Book: One signed copy.
Size: 9" H x 6" W (same size as A Witches Book of Shadows if you have that one)
Page Count: 250+ Pages
Available* in Softcover, Hardcover & Full Color.
*Please note that the softcovers will be to me the fastest