|A favourite Tarot book|
The books are listed in no particular order, but they are books that I return to again and again, amongst many bookcases of Tarot books.
Joan Bunning: Learning The Tarot
An excellent primer to get you started with confidence in your Tarot journey. This book forms the basis of TABI's massively popular free Tarot training course.
Mary K Greer: Tarot for Yourself - A Workbook for Personal Transformation
First published in 1984, this book continues to be amongst the best-sellers - because it encourages you to work with the Tarot as a tool for personal transformation.
Mary K Greer: Understanding The Tarot Court
THE go-to book for getting to grips with the Tarot Court. If it's not in this book, it probably isn't worth learning :-)
Corrine Kenner: Tarot and Astrology
If you plan to extend your Tarot knowledge to other disciplines, like Astrology - this is a comprehensive book to lead you through the Astrology maze.
Liz Hazel: Tarot Decoded
A slender book crammed with useful information about numerology, elemental dignities, astrology, planetary associations - Excellent for Tarot students who want to add depth and complexity to their readings.
Naomi Ozaniec - The Watkins Tarot Handbook
For those wishing to take tentative steps into adding Kabbalistic layers to their Tarot work, I have found this book invaluable.
Ruth Ann & Wald Amberstone: Tarot Tips
Another great book for beginners - 78 techniques to enhance your reading skills. From handling quiet querents to handling the Death card. All delivered in brief, easy to read sections.
Art Rosengarten Phd : Tarot and Psychology
Bringing the Tarot into the Counsellor's room and exploring how our 78 friends can be used as a therapeutic tool.
Lon Milo DuQuette: Understanding Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot
If you only buy ONE book to learn more about this beautiful deck and its highly individual creators, this is it.
I have loads and loads of other books that I love.... like Tarot Reversals or 78 Degrees of Wisdom or Tarot Wisdom or Frank K Jensen's Story of the Waite Smith Tarot .......*sigh* but I have limited it to THESE ones because I'd love it if YOU would share your favourite books and make some recommendations for me.
*** I want to amend this to include another book, 10b - Paul Huson's excellent book 'Mystical Origins of The Tarot which I have been using a lot lately and recommend to the house!