Review of TAROT FLIP book!

October 23, 2010

by Victoria Evangelina Belyavskaya

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I wish this was my first Tarot book. That would have instantly made me a “kickstart professional” for using this book does bring you on an inner level of professionalism which you can easily match with your outer appearance as a professional: again, with the help of TAROT FLIP.

Marcus Katz, a true genius of the Tarot world and the man behind www.TarotProfessionals.com and www.Tarot-Town.com and his trusted co-author Tali Goodwin created a masterpiece allowing you to learn the deep subconscious core and meaning of Tarot cards: using NLP techniques the authors interviewed hundreds of Tarot Professionals with their hundreds of different decks on the meanings of cards to get to the very soul of each of the 78 cards.

Now you can short cut years of book learning and get a simple answer for any card in any position in any spread. The revolutionary addition to each card’s description is the “What you say” section: a prompt of how you announce the card to the client, for example, with the 7 of Swords, which was one of the most challenging cards for myself when I was first starting out: (“upright: Trespass, reversed: Integrity”): “In this card, we see in the situation for which we are reading some indication of deceit – someone is breaking the agreement.” or “When this card is reversed, we know that all is being honestly presented.”

Simple? Yes. Brilliant? Beyond brilliant!

To give you a full taste of what a card presentation is like in TAROT FLIP, I will share the rest of the 7 of Swords with you.

“Theme/Framework: Exchange
Oracular Title: A Sign Reading Don’t Walk on the Grass.
Flip Title: A Man Borrowing Books from a Library.”

For the purpose of discovering the core meaning, authors asked “flipped” questions of what a card is NOT, “flipping” between synonyms and antonyms until settling on a final keyword.

There is an interesting section on the suits, where the authors explain how the majority of the suit is most evident in the Ace of the suit. The example readings show you how to use the new knowledge in practice.

Even though at the first sight this book is the most suited for the beginners, giving them the opportunity to read straight from the box of newly purchased Tarot cards, experienced readers, in my opinion, will sunbathe in the luxurious simplicity and simple true WISDOM of the core of the subconscious meanings of the cards. For myself, I know I will return to this little book every now and then, while waiting for the next two books of the Volume I of the Tarosophy KickStart Guides: TAROT TWIST: Finding a Spread for Every Question and TAROT SWITCH: Methods of Engaging Tarot in Life. The Volume II will start with the intriguing TAROT UPLIFT: Tarot and Kabbalah for a Spiritual Life.

As many other Tarot Enthusists I am thanking Marcus Katz and his team for all the great passionate work they do.

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