derrierloisirs.fr
» » Tarot: Get the Whole Story: Use, Create Interpret Tarot Spreads

Download Tarot: Get the Whole Story: Use, Create Interpret Tarot Spreads ePub

by James Ricklef

Download Tarot: Get the Whole Story: Use, Create  Interpret Tarot Spreads ePub
  • ISBN 0738703451
  • ISBN13 978-0738703459
  • Language English
  • Author James Ricklef
  • Publisher Llewellyn Publications (December 8, 2004)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats mobi doc lrf lrf
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory New Age and Spirituality
  • Size ePub 1526 kb
  • Size Fb2 1963 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 728

Creating original spreads is a rite of passage for many ambitious Tarot students. James Ricklef gives valuable lessons in doing just that-with advice for finding inspiration, defining positional meanings, and structuring a layout. Tarot: Get the Whole Story is also for those who want to peer over the shoulder of a Tarot master as he demonstrates a variety of new spreads. Readers will learn which spreads are best for relationship concerns, personal transformation, New Year's resolutions, life decisions, and more. Each chapter discusses a new spread with detailed explanations of positional meanings and dynamics between the cards. Also included are illustrations and entertaining sample readings featuring Clark Gable, Marie Antoinette, Hera, Don Juan, and other historical, literary, or mythological figures.

It is not a diet book but Healthy Weight Loss – Without Dieting  . want to learn to read the cards or deepen your Tarot interpretation skills, The Ultimate Guide to Taro.

It is not a diet book but Healthy Weight Loss – Without Dieting Absolute Key To Occult Science, The Tarot Of The Bohemians. 56 MB·71,354 Downloads·New!. The Ultimate Guide to Tarot: A Beginner's Guide to the Cards, Spreads, and Revealing the Mystery. Tarot Decoder Interpret the Symbols of the Tarot and Increase Your Understanding of the Cards. 03 MB·2,852 Downloads·New! The essential handbook for everyone who is fascinated by the Tarot.

Many tarot readers like to use spreads but are daunted by the thought of creating their ow. 1. Ricklef uses characters from literature with whom we are already familiar, so he gives us examples from people we already "know"

Many tarot readers like to use spreads but are daunted by the thought of creating their own. James has gently offered tools to help erode away that internal obstacle with his opening section, and shows how easy it is to either create a spread, or adapt a spread for any given scenario. Ricklef uses characters from literature with whom we are already familiar, so he gives us examples from people we already "know". it brings the Tarot to life! 3. Ricklef opens the mind to creating spreads that fit a particular situation.

Creating original spreads is a rite of passage for many ambitious Tarot students. James Ricklef gives valuable lessons in doing just that-with advice for finding inspiration, defining positional meanings, and structuring a layout

Creating original spreads is a rite of passage for many ambitious Tarot students. James Ricklef gives valuable lessons in doing just that-with advice for finding inspiration, defining positional meanings, and structuring a layout. Tarot: Get the Whole Story is also for those who want to peer over the shoulder of a Tarot master as he demonstrates a variety of new spreads. Readers will learn which spreads are best for relationship concerns, personal transformation, New Year's resolutions, life decisions, and more.

James Ricklef gives valuable lessons in doing just that-with advice for finding inspiration, defining positional meanings, and structuring a layout

James Ricklef gives valuable lessons in doing just that-with advice for finding inspiration, defining positional meanings, and structuring a layout. Tarot: Get the Whole Story" is also for those who want to peer over the shoulder of a Tarot master as he demonstrates a variety of new spreads. Creating original spreads is a rite of passage for many ambitious Tarot students.

Tarot: Get the Whole Story: Use, Create & Interpret Tarot Spreads. Each chapter discusses a new spread with detailed explanations of positional.

Author: James Ricklef.

Not a member of Pastebin yet?

James Ricklef, author of the excellent Tarot Tells the Tale, has written a new book that is similar to his first . The first section focuses on creating spreads. It's a lucid introduction, but its brevity dictates that it be rudimentary at best.

James Ricklef, author of the excellent Tarot Tells the Tale, has written a new book that is similar to his first-and not in name only. Both books focus on sample readings for famous people whom we know from history, myth, or fiction.

Talk about Tarot: Get the Whole Story: Use, Create Interpret Tarot Spreads


Zainian
Interest to me were the chapters on the use of personally meaningful symbols or quotations to design unique spreads.This book offers simple yet insightful spreads,very well explained- and the highlight of this book are the examples. it's fantastic.
Still In Mind
This is one of the best books around. I can't say enought about this book. James Ricklef gets you involved right for the start. I've been reading the Tarot professionally for a number of years and I highly recommend this book to anyone: beginner or professional.
Buriwield
Just what I needed.
Monam
this is a fine book for learning and reading cards. was pleased with the information I gathered
GAZANIK
There are many, many tarot books on the market these days - a search on amazon will show this is a market that has near on exploded in recent years. Some are good, some are repetitive, and some will not resonate with your particular style of learning or reading. The latter are usually destined for selling through online auction sides, or will languish at the back of a book case. Only a handful are what I would call truly inspirational and this is definitely one of them. I have this and another book by James, and if I had to take just 5 tarot related books on a desert island, these would be 2 that would make that list. I have read this book on more than one occasion, and I find I am still enthused to use some of the techniques on a regular basis. In time I will be purchasing other offerings from this author. I know him to be a very humble guy who has a genuine love for tarot, and a genuine willingness to help others develop their own journey.

James has a wonderful style and approach. If you want a book that is heavy on symbolism, history, Kabbalistic links etc this is not for you. If you want a book that is easy to read, non-preachy, and one that really stimulates your imagination this is it.

Many tarot readers like to use spreads but are daunted by the thought of creating their own. James has gently offered tools to help erode away that internal obstacle with his opening section, and shows how easy it is to either create a spread, or adapt a spread for any given scenario. In addition he shows how a standard 3 card spread can be so incredibly useful, versatile and insightful. Prior to reading his books I had dismissed them out of hand. Having seen how they can have value I now use them regularly and am continually surprised at how detailed they can be.

I believe if you have this along with James' "Tarot Tells the Tale" you will find your understanding of tarot use within a reading situation will be greatly enriched. I cannot recommend this book enough! :)
Washington
At last, a very comprehensive guide to learning to create your own spreads for the Tarot. This book differs from others in a few marvelous ways...

1. Ricklef uses characters from literature with whom we are already familiar, so he gives us examples from people we already "know".

2. Having someone walk you through every step of the reading and possible interpretations is more than just static meanings for the age-old tool...it brings the Tarot to life!

3. Ricklef opens the mind to creating spreads that fit a particular situation. You learn to use your own symbolism and what feels right to you, so your own spreads mean more to you.

I highly recommend this book to anyone...beginning through advanced. You learn the freedom of creating ways to use the Tarot that feel right for you with practical examples in a constructive environment. Bravo, James! ;) OH! And you should defintely check out his web site: [...] for his new deck The Tarot of the Masters, which was inspired by paintings created by the greatest art masters in history. Being an artist, I have a deck and I just LOVE it!

That's my two pence...
Arial Burnz
[...]
[...]
Abywis
good
What an amazing feast James Ricklef's third book is: readable, informative, and, most importantly, outright fun. I know little about tarot and am not a practitioner, but I am always interested in learning about other beliefs, religions, and practices. The beauty of all Ricklef's books is that they are written for novice and expert alike. There is enough explanatory material to make someone like me feel like part of the in-crowd--yet also so much insider information/references to the beliefs of famous masters that even the most experienced buffs will find new ways of thinking about an old art. In addition, Ricklef neither talks down to the novices nor bores the devotees; he finds with verve and panache that middle ground so many writers cannot.

Light a few candles, put on some low music, and pick up this delightful read.