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I got given a pack of cards recently, I think as a joke, after telling some friends the story of my housemate and her crazy predictions.
Anyway as you will know the artwork alone on most cards is amazing and as my deck only came with a small booklet I thought I would buy a book to learn a little more about the imagery.
This book is very good and for a layman like myself actually very detailed. I now know how to do a reading (a basic three card spread) - which I hadn't an idea about before. Intuition and the symbolism now come a bit easier to me and I think with more practice and experience my readings will get clearer. Then I can move onto the more complex readings as illustrated in the book.
The author writes well and the book gives details and examples of the use of the Tarot via our subconscious with sample readings which I found very useful.
I read the "Story" used for the Major Arcana and said to myself, isn't this cute. Then, I read it again. And again. Each time words and phrases would jump out at me. His "story" method is perfect in learning the Tarot, but his stories have so much more than just a surface meaning. They show the Fools Journey in a perfect evolution. They clearly show the relationship between the arcanum. They even show, if you read between the lines and really think about what he is saying, some of the more esoteric relationships there.
The "story" method is also a perfect way of learning the Minor Arcana and the Court Cards (which are often the hardest to pick up).
But the REALY magic began when I used his story of the Major Arcana as a meditation practice. I don't know if Ian Eshey intended this, but there is real power in his visualizations. Maybe he did, at that. In the light of what I have internalized as a result of his very simple stories, I'm going back and reviewing all the other books I have.
The author, Ian Eshey does a good job of revealing enough information to do a tarot reading the correct way. The book is quick and easy to read. I enjoyed the examples the author gave for some of the readings that transpired. The example readings are informative and give you a lot of insight. Pick up this book if you want to learn tarot reading quickly.