ARE YOU FEELING PUZZLED, IN NEED OF CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE, OR A LITTLE LOST?
Reading Tarot cards is a way of tapping in to our own internal wisdom, of finding the answers that we already know, at a deep level, to life's many quandaries. Your editor, Charles Johnson, has for many years occasionally consulted the Tarot for guidance for himself and one or two friends. A keen collector of Tarot decks and now an endorsed reader and member of The Tarot Association of the British Isles, he is delighted to offer a free Tarot consultation to anyone who is interested. Simply phone, email or write (with or without a specific question) and Charles will carry out a reading for you and send a written report on what the cards seem to be saying. Since I'm always in a learning situation with the cards, your feedback would be extremely valuable.
Phone 01749 - 890019, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to 8 Abbot's Way, Pilton, Somerset BA4 4BN.
You could try following this link for details:
<a href="http://www.xtarot.com/">Tarot card reading directory</a>
This may well be where I ramble on about my obsession with Tarot.
In the last couple of years I have become a Tarot deck collector, currently owning more than two dozen assorted examples. I could easily blame it all on Glastonbury (The Speaking Tree & Labyrinth bookshops and now Psychic Piglet - all of whom display irresisitibly beautiful/intriguing/bizarre decks at reasonably affordable prices) and on www.aeclectic.net, where reviews are accompanied by tatalizing sample images from hundreds of decks of all kinds. And, of course, www.amazon.co.uk, for often offering decks at enormous discounts.
But really it's me. Many decks promise (and many deliver) fresh perspectives on the Tarot, and add depth to one's readings. As & when time allows, I'll be jotting down here a few notes on various decks and their fascinations and frustrations.