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Price may vary by retailer. About The Book. Introduction This Workbook is intended to help Tarot students to deepen and widen their knowledge of the cards. I have had the good fortune to teach many Beginners' Workshops in Tarot which often ended with the cry: This Workbook is intended to act as a substitute for work shops.
It is a sequel to The Mythic Tarot, which provided background history for all forms of Tarot cards, and outlined the basic meanings in a mythological, psychological and divinatory sense.
Although the Workbook is designed with The Mythic Tarot cards in mind, it can be used equally well with any other Tarot deck with which readers may be more familiar. The mythic pictorial imagery differs from many traditional Tarot decks but the divinatory meanings of the cards remain the same.
The exercises are therefore appropriate for use with any Tarot deck. The Workbook aims to help students to structure and increase their knowledge in using the Tarot more effectively in practice. So it concentrates on the two aspects essential to all effective Tarot readings: The Workbook comprises four parts.
The first deals with the Major Arcana and concentrates on developing a richer and deeper relationship with the mysterious twenty-two Major Trumps. Guided fantasy and therapeutic colouring exercises are demonstrated in order to enable you to establish a closer relationship with the images.
Particular attention is paid to the cards' uses and their value in the search for self-awareness. On this card, the red cloak covers the belt, which, together with the reversed hand position makes a muddle of the symbolism.
Nor will any sane magician stoop to mere tricks. Another card caught our eye as well: The Hanged Man. But the card does not show a man who is hung. It shows one who is crucified upside down. The Hanged Man traditionally has only one foot restrained.
The one who was crucified upside down, as all Christians know, was St. To the book's credit, it describes this card as "an image of voluntary sacrifice for a greater good", which is the classic spiritual definition of crucifixion, though the authors seem oblivious to what is clearly shown on the card itself.
It may be the authors had some other deck in mind, a Greek mythology deck, perhaps, but since the cards are what they are, this just makes things even more of a muddle. You'll go crazy otherwise. The myth does not specify in what position he was chained but does make clear - by implication - that he was not crucified.
The man on this card is not chained and does not have a wounded liver. So long as we're mentioning wounds, the crucified Christ had a wound at his liver, caused by a sword. The Workbook comprises four parts. The first deals with the Major Arcana and concentrates on developing a richer and deeper relationship with the mysterious twenty-two Major Trumps.
Guided fantasy and therapeutic colouring exercises are demonstrated in order to enable you to establish a closer relationship with the images.
Particular attention is paid to the cards' uses and their value in the search for self-awareness. The second section focuses on the Court Cards and their correlation with Astrology, in particular with zodiacal sun signs through the Knight, Queen and King. The third section offers a closer understanding of the everyday meanings of the Minor Arcana, and space is provided for exercises to help fix their message clearly in the reader's understanding.
The fourth section looks at various aspects of Tarot reading, layouts and use of the Tarot therapeutically; whether professionally, for friends, or for personal self-improvement. It is important to remember that your proficiency in Tarot readings will be directly linked with the amount of effort put into study.
For this reason I have devised various exercises to help you to develop a greater understanding of interpretation. Methodical performance of these exercises will produce a deeper appreciation of the breadth and depth of this fascinating subject. The exercises are structured and set out in a form that encourages you to fill in the blanks and note pages.
Keeping a conscientious record of your work over weeks, months and years will develop a continuity in study, as well as charting your progress. In attempting the colouring exercises it is a good idea to record the date and your mood at the time, so that in weeks or months ahead you can look back over your notes and see how your views have changed and developed. Similarly, keeping a record of the readings you perform on the blanks provided, will act as a reminder of the outcome of your own interpretations and those made for friends or clients.
I recommend that you open a file to contain photocopies of the blank spreads to facilitate this.