5 Books For Beginners To Learn Tarot

Get Ready to Kickstart Your Tarot Journey

Learning the tarot can be overwhelming. 78 cards in a deck and each deck is different from the next in some way, its no wonder that beginner’s often fail before they begin. But it doesn’t have to too hard. All you need is a little patience, the right deck of cards that interest you, and a few choice books to lean on. After that, it’s just time. And frankly, 78 cards, means in a matter of two months you could learn a lot about your tarot deck if you chose just one card per day to study.

It’s all about having the passion to continue studying. Passionate people, never stop learning. And even after almost two decades of studying, I am still learning new things, and finding amazing books that really bring the tarot to life.

I’ve listed some of my favorite books below. Each one chosen for beginners, easy to understand, and fun to read.

 

  1. Tarot For Beginners by Barbara Moore

 

Practical means practical. That means, you read, you apply, you get the gist in no time! Talk about simple. This book is so full of information, but organized in a way so you don’t get too much too fast. Learn all about each card, how to use spreads, and even the basics about doing tarot readings for real.

 

  1. Learning the Tarot Beginners by Joan Bunnings

 

Written as a course, with 19 lessons covering the basics to more advanced concepts. This one is loaded with exercises and samples for the lessons so you can practice, and learn as you play along.

 

  1. Tarot Plain and Simple by Anthony Louis

 

If the lingo of the tarot frightens you right out of the box, choose this one. This book brings you the basics of tarot in simple terms anyone can understand. You can learn tarot. Even if every other book has failed you, this one will set you free. It’s doesn’t get more plain than this.

 

  1. Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom: A Book of tarot by Rachel Pollack

 

Tarot is for personal growth. A tool that is meant to educate and enlighten even in the darkest of times. You can find some kind of wisdom painted in these cards, all you have to do is look for it. In this book, learn the secrets of unlocking that wisdom, and using it daily to better understand yourself, and maybe even those around you, and all one card at a time.

 

  1. Tarot Bible By Sarah Bartlett

 

This book is everything you need to know, and want to know about the basic layers of tarot. How do you pick the right cards? How do you ask questions? How do you choose a spread? How do you read the cards? All the answers and more found right here.

 

Drop us a comment and tell us what your favorite books on tarot are. Happy reading!


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