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Fortune Stellar: What Every Professional Tarot Reader Needs to Know Paperback – December 19, 2017
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About the Author
Christiana Gaudet has been a tarot professional since 1993, and a student of metaphysics for much longer. From her office in Palm City, Florida, she serves a worldwide clientele with readings, instruction and mentorship. Christiana has been the resident psychic of fourteen radio stations, and has been featured on several television shows, including Inside Edition. A popular speaker at festivals and conferences, Tarosophy Tarot Association named her “Tarosophist of the Year” for 2016.
Originally published in 2010, Fortune Stellar was her first book.
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To me, the most brilliant technique of the book is in exercises where you draw cards to answer questions about your Tarot business: be it about marketing or fees or mentoring you are going to provide, etc. The author shows you how to interpret them, and provides real life examples.
Conducting the Code of Ethics is the part that I found to be the most timely for the current development of the image of Tarot in the eyes of the world community. It is not a secret that Tarot perceived in a hugely wronged way and there is just one solution: to prove the spiritual core of Tarot and integrity of its readers one client at a time. Developing your own Code of Ethics will help you develop your own set of guidelines, which support you in your element and provide the "safety net" we all need.
This is not a book to read and go through exercises just once. I believe this is a true companion book for the length of your professional career as a Tarot reader or Teacher or a person who talks Tarot with others: doing the exercises on regular basics, once a year perhaps, will help you to discover new avenues of your business, ways to increase your Tarot income, nuances of your devotion to the Spirit and self, ways to connect with others and share the wisdom of the cards.
The lessons in this book are: Structuring your Tarot business; your professional Code of Ethics; structuring a professional reading; difficult clients, questions and cards; growing as a Tarot Reader; mentoring and teaching; appearances and performances; fostering acceptance in local communities. You will also find essays on Tarot art and history, practical exercises, meditations and 15 years of professional wisdom of the Certified Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet.
I highly recommend this book to everybody who ever plans to give a reading to another person.
Victoria Evangelina Belyavskaya
Whether you are looking to just increase your knowledge, looking for some new ideas or trying to energize your existing practice you couldn't read a better book.
It had tips on spreads, grounding and creating sacred space which is also important
But I felt it was not sufficent information on all the various aspects in creating a tarot business, it was more suggestions on the business side of it and not enough on what to do for taxes, setting fees, and marketing, or even the possiblity of needing insurance. On that aspect I felt it was glossed over when I needed something more indepth.
Perhaps the author did it that way to prevent scaring off future readers, but it would have been good to give ideas as to where to look for or research sources on the business side for establishing one's tarot business.
This book partnered with the one by Jett will help a reader have an idea what it will take to establish a tarot business, should they decide to go professional.