Wednesday, October 24, 2007

A note on how to use these lessons

These lessons are "backposted" meaning that the newer the post, the farther you'll have to scroll through this blog to find it. I wanted the lessons to be in sequential order, like lessons in a book, and that's why I backposted all of them. Use the syllabus in the column to the left, if you like, to help you navigate the lessons, exercises, and various subjects discussed in Tarot 101.

Please feel free to pester me all you like with questions about the lessons or issues that arise as you are learning to read the cards. I love talking tarot.

I'm also over at Free Tarot Reading if it's a tarot reading you are interested in receiving, not doing. I don't charge for anything here, I just enjoy talking tarot, teaching tarot, and reading tarot.

Namaste!

3 comments:

Max said...

Hello Genie,

My name is Max, and I found you through the tag list "why we blog".

I am very curious about tarot, and your blog was sent by heaven :)!

I shall be attentive to the lessons...

Ok, I am off to other posts...

Cheers

http://maxcouti.blogspot.com

Tina said...

Like you, I want Want WANT Thalia Took's Goddess Oracle deck. Alas, it doesn't seem to exist yet. She very generously allows use of her images for religious and personal use, however, so I have her gorgeous Goddesses everywhere.

I currently use the Morgan Greer deck, but I enjoy browsing others. I'm looking forward to reading more on your blog (and getting going on the lessons) since tarot is a huge interest of mine.

Tarot Reader said...

Hi Max. Hi Tina. Goodbye Adam, I'm deleting you in a second.

I'm sorry. I didn't know y'all had commented. I just didn't have all the settings set right here and wasn't being notified of comments. I think I've got it fixed now. I apologize for not noticing your comments sooner.

I'm totally available to help you along, Max!

Tina, I wish there was at least a publishing date on that deck! It's so gorgeous. It's a pleasure to meet you!