Tarot: No Questions Asked:
Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading
By Theresa Reed.
I love this book! Let me tell you why.
It is a great resource for beginners as well as experienced readers. I will definitely recommend it to all my students.
Tarot: No Questions asked is a nice size, not too tall, not too thick, very easy to handle.
It covers everything you need to know and without feeling heavy.
Theresa explains numbers, elements, Majors and Minors, even reversals!
She goes through the meaning of each card and provides a Rider Waite Smith image for each. She also gives you exercises to truly familiarize yourself with the cards.
The second part of the book explains the basics of intuition and why it is so important in everyday life.
Theresa teaches you how to recognize the voice of intuition, and how to work with it. She provides lots of funny exercises to strengthen yours and grow confident using it.
Theresa also touches on the importance of meditation and suggests a few ways to give it a try.
In Tarot No Questions Asked you will also learn three spreads:
One – Card Draws
Past Present Future
The Celtic Cross
The reading examples show you how Theresa thinks and they are very helpful.
The book is filled with valuable, practical tips. There is even a section for those who are thinking to go pro.
All in all the book flows beautifully. Theresa generously shares her decades of experience as a full time reader. Her tone is friendly, confident and to top it all, she is funny!
I have an extensive Tarot library, Tarot: No Questions Asked, makes a valuable addition.
I only have one complaint. I believe this is one of those books designed to be used frequently and for a very long time, but the cover is already falling apart. I have had the book for only three days. There is some kind of plastic film on it and it is separating from the cover.