WTF is Tarot?: ...& How Do I Do It?
Young Blood, Old Magic: A No-Nonsense Approach to the Ancient Art of Reading Tarot
You do not need to learn the tarot because you already know it. It is from this radical jumping off point that WTF Is Tarot breaks down the ancient art of cartomancy. This fresh, accessible and sometimes cheeky guide sheds a holistic light on how to read tarot, from the foundation of magic...more
I received this book as a gift from my friend Anatha, and it was kind of uncanny because I swear this book was already on my radar from thinking about getting into tarot... she read my mind ;) (that's a bad tarot joke).
Anyway, I was glad she did think of me because I'd be considering trying out tarot reading for a while now, ever since I started doing Susannah Conway's "Unravel Your Year" workbook and the whole Word of the Year thing. She's a big proponent of using tarot as a mindfulness ...more
So I ordered this book to learn more about the cards and how to read them. The author must be just ...more
I was skeptical about this book, because usually I tend to hate books that try too hard to be profane to keep up the ...more
When I saw she had a book coming out about tarot, I jumped to pre-order it. I recently started to get into tarot myself -- using it as a way to open my mind and journal my thoughts. I started following lots of witchy Instagram chicks and thinking that I finally found some people who were part of my "tribe". The people who didn't give a shit about what other people ...more
This book is perfect for anyone wanting to meet themselves, through tarot. Or someone wanting to be the healer they’ve felt they are. Or someone who just wants to know WTF tarot is.
Written in a way that is easy to hear, and easy to understand, I leave this book (not for long) feeling like I just made a friend. Thank you Bakara!
I loved how modern this book was when it came to tarot. It helped me interpret tarot cards in a new fresh way. I also loved jow the author used her own personal experiences to explain the meanings of the tarot cards. This is an excellent book that every tarot enthusiast should read.
After graduating Emerson College with an MFA ...more