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Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading

Tarot: No Questions Asked: Mastering the Art of Intuitive Reading

Tap into your “sixth sense” and become a better, more confident tarot reader.

Most all tarot books present card-by-card interpretations as well as an instruction on how to read spreads. This book takes the next logical step inward by presenting the art of reading in a workbook format, and helps you learn to interpret the cards intuitively.

The book falls into two parts. The first part concerns learning about the cards, and includes exercises for each card that teaches you to trust your interpretation of the card. The second part helps you develop that ability, a skill that Reed calls “intuition.” All the exercises, stories, card meanings, and techniques really serve one purpose: to go beyond learning Tarot to living it.

It’s not enough to memorize the meanings of the cards, and you can’t do a reading with a workbook at your side forever. In order to deliver a meaningful, accurate tarot reading, you need to hone your intuition. Without a comfortable connection to your sixth sense, the tarot readings lack finesse and becomes nothing more than cookie-cutter interpretations. When you’re fluent in your intuition, you can develop better readings and unique interpretations for each person.

In this book, Reed teaches by example. She presents the basics of intuitive tarot reading―reading without any questions, any backstory, anything to go on. This book is filled with exercises to hone your intuition and sharpen your interpretation skills.


From the Publisher

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What Is Intuition Exactly?

A natural ability or power that makes it possible to know something without any proof or evidence; a feeling that guides a person to act a certain way without fully understanding why.

In other words, it’s that weird sensation where you understand something immediately, without any facts, logic, or reasoning. You don’t know why you’re getting that vibe, but you can’t ignore it. It’s the animal instinct, the gut feeling, the a-ha moment, or that ability to size up a situation from feeling rather than conscious thinking.

Doing Tarot is an Awesome Intuition-Booster!

You can use your tarot deck as a tool to wake up your intuition, dust off those cobwebs, and strengthen your intuitive muscles. Doing a tarot reading is like weight lifting for your intuition. The more you exercise, the stronger it gets!

What happens once your intuition becomes stronger?

Answer: really good things.

Whether you call it “intuition” or “hunches” or “gut instincts” or “signs from the Universe,” there’s no doubt about it: tarot can help you to tune in to information that’s not entirely logical and yet still very useful.

Why Is It So Awesome to Practice “Intuitive Tarot Reading”?

When you practice intuitive tarot reading, you’re flexing your intuitive muscles and helping them to grow stronger. Stronger intuition means that you’ll get clearer gut feelings throughout your daily life, and you’ll be more likely to trust those feelings instead of ignoring them.

Instead of pulling a card and then rushing to go look it up in a tarot manual to find out what it’s supposed to mean, you’re asking yourself, “What do I think this means? What’s the specific message for me?”

When you turn inward—and allow your intuition to respond to the card—you’re strengthening that part of your brain.

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From the Author:

Anybody can learn to read tarot. I’m serious about that. There are standard interpretations and lots of methods you can use. But the really great readers don’t just rely on those systems and rote meanings; they let their intuition guide the way.

I like to compare reading tarot to being a musician. If you want, you can learn to play an instrument. With practice, you might even become proficient. But if you don’t have rhythm and soul, you will never sound as good as someone who does.

That doesn’t mean you need to be a prodigy. Remember, some people don’t have a lick of natural ability, but their ambition motivates them to practice, practice, practice. That dedication can take anyone from average to masterful.

It’s the same with tarot and intuition. As you practice working with both, you will soon find that the energy begins to flow. Information will seem to spill out of your mind and mouth. As with automatic writing, you won’t even have to stop and think. The message will simply come.

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Tap into your “sixth sense” and become a better, more confident tarot reader.

Most all tarot books present card-by-card interpretations as well as an instruction on how to read spreads. This book takes the next logical step inward by presenting the art of reading in a workbook format, and helps you learn to interpret the cards intuitively.

The book falls into two parts. The first part concerns learning about the cards, and includes exercises for each card that teaches you to trust your interpretation of the card. The second part helps you develop that ability, a skill that Reed calls “intuition.” All the exercises, stories, card meanings, and techniques really serve one purpose: to go beyond learning Tarot to living it.

It’s not enough to memorize the meanings of the cards, and you can’t do a reading with a workbook at your side forever. In order to deliver a meaningful, accurate tarot reading, you need to hone your intuition. Without a comfortable connection to your sixth sense, the tarot readings lack finesse and becomes nothing more than cookie-cutter interpretations. When you’re fluent in your intuition, you can develop better readings and unique interpretations for each person.

In this book, Reed teaches by example. She presents the basics of intuitive tarot reading―reading without any questions, any backstory, anything to go on. This book is filled with exercises to hone your intuition and sharpen your interpretation skills.


From the Publisher

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

What Is Intuition Exactly?

A natural ability or power that makes it possible to know something without any proof or evidence; a feeling that guides a person to act a certain way without fully understanding why.

In other words, it’s that weird sensation where you understand something immediately, without any facts, logic, or reasoning. You don’t know why you’re getting that vibe, but you can’t ignore it. It’s the animal instinct, the gut feeling, the a-ha moment, or that ability to size up a situation from feeling rather than conscious thinking.

Doing Tarot is an Awesome Intuition-Booster!

You can use your tarot deck as a tool to wake up your intuition, dust off those cobwebs, and strengthen your intuitive muscles. Doing a tarot reading is like weight lifting for your intuition. The more you exercise, the stronger it gets!

What happens once your intuition becomes stronger?

Answer: really good things.

Whether you call it “intuition” or “hunches” or “gut instincts” or “signs from the Universe,” there’s no doubt about it: tarot can help you to tune in to information that’s not entirely logical and yet still very useful.

Why Is It So Awesome to Practice “Intuitive Tarot Reading”?

When you practice intuitive tarot reading, you’re flexing your intuitive muscles and helping them to grow stronger. Stronger intuition means that you’ll get clearer gut feelings throughout your daily life, and you’ll be more likely to trust those feelings instead of ignoring them.

Instead of pulling a card and then rushing to go look it up in a tarot manual to find out what it’s supposed to mean, you’re asking yourself, “What do I think this means? What’s the specific message for me?”

When you turn inward—and allow your intuition to respond to the card—you’re strengthening that part of your brain.

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

From the Author:

Anybody can learn to read tarot. I’m serious about that. There are standard interpretations and lots of methods you can use. But the really great readers don’t just rely on those systems and rote meanings; they let their intuition guide the way.

I like to compare reading tarot to being a musician. If you want, you can learn to play an instrument. With practice, you might even become proficient. But if you don’t have rhythm and soul, you will never sound as good as someone who does.

That doesn’t mean you need to be a prodigy. Remember, some people don’t have a lick of natural ability, but their ambition motivates them to practice, practice, practice. That dedication can take anyone from average to masterful.

It’s the same with tarot and intuition. As you practice working with both, you will soon find that the energy begins to flow. Information will seem to spill out of your mind and mouth. As with automatic writing, you won’t even have to stop and think. The message will simply come.

theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;theresa reed; intuition; intuitive tarot; tarot reader; cards; psychic; new age; tarot book;

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