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Kitchen Table Tarot: Pull Up a Chair, Shuffle the Cards, and Let's Talk Tarot Paperback – April 8, 2017
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When Melissa Cynova was fourteen, a kid in her class gave her a deck of tarot cards for unknown reasons. She's been reading ever since. In addition to being a prolific tarot reader, she teaches classes at her kitchen table and at tarot conferences. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
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So many times people can feel intimidated when they are giving readers to others. I believe there's this pressure on tarot cards readers to be able to predict the future, etc. I think Tarot cards can be used as self-improvement tools on this journey we call life. This book is for anyone that wants to learn how to work with their deck and become comfortable giving readings to others. And also be able to take the fear and stigma of tarot cards when they are giving readers. There's never a bad card in the deck - no matter how many movies tell you otherwise.
I feel like the first Tarot deck I ever really connected with was the Housewives Tarot and I got that same feeling from this book. I felt like I honestly connected with Melissa and how she reads the cards, I loved her interpretations and all of the wonderful anecdotes she told. I've been reading tarot on and off since 2004 and now I can see the cards in a whole new way. I'm so glad I bought this book and 10/10 do recommend!
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