Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot Summary ¿ 5

review Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot

Learn to read with your own voice and get the answers to all of your uestionsFor years Melissa Cynova has been sitting down with friends and neighbors who are curious about the tarot She's heard all the uestions and misconceptions that I kinda loved this onewhat a pleasant surprise In our library the new fiction and nonfiction are side by side so I often wind up with a book I would never seek out but this definitely tops the list I don't even read tarot cards Nonetheless this book was a delight It offered lots of information and interesting interpretations of the meanings of the cards as well as some tips and practical advice all delivered in a friendly manner I can only imagine how much someone who actually reads tarot would enjoy it Abduction your own voice and get the answers to all of Hazlitt in Love your uestionsFor Midnight Temptations with a Forbidden Lord (Dangerous Rogues, years Melissa Cynova has been sitting down with friends and neighbors who are curious about the tarot She's heard all the uestions and misconceptions that I kinda loved this onewhat a pleasant surprise In our library the new fiction and nonfiction are side by side so I often wind up with a book I would never seek out but this definitely tops the list I don't even read tarot cards Nonetheless this book was a delight It offered lots of information and interesting interpretations of the meanings of the cards as well as some tips and practical advice all delivered in a friendly manner I can only imagine how much someone who actually reads tarot would enjoy it

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Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot

Can confuse newcomers and sometimes experienced readers too Kitchen Table Tarot was written as a guide for anyone looking for no nonsense lessons with a warm friendly and knowledgeable teacherJoin Melissa as she shares straightforward Your rituals work because you believe in themThere is no one way There is no one path There is you your cards and your gift That's it Read a lot Watch other readers Practice on your friends and tell them that you're practicing You can figure out your self with some research and time No worries Remember this is supposed to be fun In tarot readings and in all other things please stop comparing yourself to other people Compare yourself to yourselfDo you want to do the thing? Do the thingThere is a big difference between alone and lonely Walking Free you believe in themThere is no one way There is no one path There is พบรักท่านแม่ทัพ เล่ม 2 you The Killing of Karen Silkwood: The Story Behind the Kerr-McGee Plutonium Case - Kindle edition by Richard Rashke, Kate Bronfenbrenner. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. your cards and Eldorado your gift That's it Read a lot Watch other readers Practice on Are We There Yet? your friends and tell them that Train from Katanga you're practicing You can figure out Multi-Level Marketing your self with some research and time No worries Remember this is supposed to be fun In tarot readings and in all other things please stop comparing Print, make, wear yourself to other people Compare Ginga Legend Weed yourself to Country Cousin yourselfDo The Dont Go Hungry Diet you want to do the thing? Do the thingThere is a big difference between alone and lonely

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Guidance on decks spreads card meanings and symbols Filled with real life examples and personal explanations of what it's like to read the cards this book tells it like it is and provides the information you need to read with confiden THANK YOU to Net Galley and Llewellyn Publications for an ARC of this title I am almost but not uite done and had to review it immediately Prior to this my all time favorite Tarot book was Tarot Made Easy I'd hoped this one was similar and not too heavy and it surpassed all my expectations The author has a way of writing that makes me feel like I'm really at the table with her learning and in just the first few chapters I learned about the Tarot than I'd learned in previous reads and it wasn't elitistyou realize you can do this Thank you again for this book I've already pre ordered a hard copy for my shelf Darkland you need to read with confiden THANK YOU to Net Galley and Llewellyn Publications for an ARC of this title I am almost but not uite done and had to review it immediately Prior to this my all time favorite Tarot book was Tarot Made Easy I'd hoped this one was similar and not too heavy and it surpassed all my expectations The author has a way of writing that makes me feel like I'm really at the table with her learning and in just the first few chapters I learned about the Tarot than I'd learned in previous reads and it wasn't elitistyou realize Spirit Babies: How to Communicate with the Child You're Meant to Have you can do this Thank I Married a Billionaire (I Married a Billionaire you again for this book I've already pre ordered a hard copy for my shelf


10 thoughts on “Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot

  1. says:

    This will be my new go to recommendation when folks ask me about starting tarot For some folks tarot is a highly mystical experience reuiring ritual and song candles and wall hangings crystals and gnomes I respect that Go for it But for me tarot's always been a mundane spiritual experience one that notches into many spiritual beliefs and lifestyles A conversation starter when people come to my house for the first time or for connecting at the end of a long conference day It's just a way to dig into issues that you don't otherwise know how to solve celebrate the good parts of yourself and connect with people in a way that digs deep beyond that odious poison small talk Cynova tackles the tarot with this same big picture no nonsense approach If you're looking for a deep study of the cards' history or an analysis of why the color blue appears on such card or a guide for how to spiritually dishwash the bad energy out of your cards this isn't the book for you; there are others that do that well If you're looking for an intuitive overview of how tarot might work for you and a pragmatic guide to learning the cards' core meanings this book is the one It's a warm fast read with plenty of swearing and I wish it could be bundled with every one of my tarot decks instead of the little one I wrote It's that good Buy one for you and one for your best friend and go through it together A


  2. says:

    I kinda loved this onewhat a pleasant surprise In our library the new fiction and nonfiction are side by side so I often wind up with a book I would never seek out but this definitely tops the list I don't even read tarot cards Nonetheless this book was a delight It offered lots of information and interesting interpretations of the meanings of the cards as well as some tips and practical advice all delivered in a friendly manner I can only imagine how much someone who actually reads tarot would enjoy it


  3. says:

    I was going to give this four stars but then I remembered I gave Moby Dick four stars So I'm gonna have to reevaluate the star systemIt is fun to learn tarotMoby Dick probably deserves five stars


  4. says:

    A few months ago I went to a seminar that taught a uick and dirty way to understand tarot that made it far clearer than any book I'd read Now finally there's a book I wish I'd had years ago when I started playing with the cards The first section is a potted history of how the author got into tarot and some what and what no to do's with biographical anecdotes Then we get to the meat of the book a step by step explanation of all the cards of a basic deck And this is one of the things I loved With each one there's the meaning of the card but it's peppered with fun and witty dialogue Melissa's personality really shines throughout each bit Not just the intended meaning but her viewpoint and funny asides I loved it Now I just need to remember where I put my cards


  5. says:

    Your rituals work because you believe in themThere is no one way There is no one path There is you your cards and your gift That's it Read a lot Watch other readers Practice on your friends and tell them that you're practicing You can figure out your self with some research and time No worries Remember this is supposed to be fun In tarot readings and in all other things please stop comparing yourself to other people Compare yourself to yourselfDo you want to do the thing? Do the thingThere is a big difference between alone and lonely


  6. says:

    All I wanted to do was learn about tarot but I got so so much out of this bookYes this book provides lovely little summaries of the traditional and some non traditional meanings of all the tarot cards including their inversions But the author's voice is so strong her perspective so clear and uniue that it was like having a conversation with an old friend The prose was so lively and interesting that I read it cover to cover in less than a week and enjoyed every pageBut I hear you asking I don't believe in psychics or fortune tellers why should I care about this book?I hear you Personally I don't believe there's anything mystical or magical about tarot But I do believe in stories and that's really all the tarot cards are little vignettes archetypes of humanity illustrated and organized into themes And just reading about those archetypes helped me think about my own life which archetypes I have been and which ones I have known You know the couple that's destructively too passionate and flames out The Lovers card or that great feeling when you know exactly how to accomplish something you're the expert and you know it The MagicianThe author of this book does an incredible job of making these archetypes relatable to modern life with a feminist and LGBT friendly bent so whatever situation you find yourself in there's a card for that


  7. says:

    This is such a down to earth helpful relatable tarot book I love that she shared a lot of stories about readings she’s done throughout the years the good the bad and the downright crazy She also talks about the business side of tarot which I appreciatedWhat I wasn’t thrilled about is that than half of the book is the standard breakdown of each tarot card I thought this book was going to be about the act of tarot reading the art the intuition I mean it is I guess you kind of have to talk about the cards but we get this with every tarot deck that we buy and also most of the books on tarot They go through each of the 78 cards one by one one by one After a while it feels a bit tedious That being said you could still find new perspectives on every card and the author certainly has them I ended up enjoying almost every description she wroteThe court cards are still tough no matter what she says I’m trying to think of them as embodying the zodiac signs they represent That helps me remember the personalities I do like her interpretation that the court cards should always represent people That certainly seems simpler than allowing them to represent situations or how you should actbeI also love that she organized the card descriptions by numbers rather than suits She would go through each of the fours each of the fives each of the ueens rather than going through an entire suit and starting over with a new suit which most books doSo despite my few complaints I really enjoyed this and found it extremely helpful I underlined a LOT and I’ll be going back to this book many times I feel


  8. says:

    Thank you so very much to Netgalley and Llewellyn Publications for allowing me to have the opportunity of reading and reviewing this ARC I couldn't be happier to have read Kitchen Table Tarot I sent a reuest for this book on a whim I bought my first tarot deck nearly 6 years ago I was 17 I practiced and practiced and then mental illness struck and I put my cards away Today I picked them up again after reading this very insightful and meaningful book Melissa Cynova feels like a friend The writing style and humor throughout the book was so encouraging and lighthearted This is a Tarot book for people of all skill levels but especially for beginners From the first page on you experience a sense of belonging and welcoming to a community you already love but have been intimidated by I love that Melissa makes a point of saying that there is a place for all readers in the Tarot reading world Community over competition is so important to me and being able to read the experience and expertise of someone who agrees with that sentiment gave me the warm fuzzies I learned so much throughout this book and many of the explanations helped me understand and process aspects of reading that I hadn't considered those 6 years ago I will read anything Melissa Cynova writes from here on out


  9. says:

    THANK YOU to Net Galley and Llewellyn Publications for an ARC of this title I am almost but not uite done and had to review it immediately Prior to this my all time favorite Tarot book was Tarot Made Easy I'd hoped this one was similar and not too heavy and it surpassed all my expectations The author has a way of writing that makes me feel like I'm really at the table with her learning and in just the first few chapters I learned about the Tarot than I'd learned in previous reads and it wasn't elitistyou realize you can do this Thank you again for this book I've already pre ordered a hard copy for my shelf


  10. says:

    Excellent book I've read many books on tarot over the years this one is completely accessible to a beginner while still being interesting enough to keep the experienced card reader invested I love how down to earth she is