Being me, isn’t easy. But being me is about being different, so it makes sense that doing my own thing can cause a backlash now and then. However, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Why? Because being different leads me towards meaningful experiences.
Being you, may be hard too.
While it may have earned me points to write my first tarot book like most other tarot books I own, I didn’t want to. I wanted to be me. And I wanted to share my style of reading tarot with you.
Part of that style, is respecting that you possess your own natural and built in wisdom about what each tarot card means.
So this guide won't be a long-winded book about what the cards mean, keywords, descriptions, layouts, history, mythos, or the magic of tarot and tarot cards. This guide is meant to be short, simple, and concise rather than a complete and complex how-to tarot book.
I also didn’t write an anthology (a collection of writing from various authors or TarotSeek readers) nor did I add the 78 tarot cards, often seen in tarot books and that can easily add an extra 78 - 150 pages as that defeats the purpose of TarotSeek. However, I have set up a TarotSeek community where readers can share their sessions and gain further insights on what their cards and sessions might mean. And you can visit my Tarot Card Meanings website to gain more insights about a tarot card after you have offered your own.
My main focus in this guide is to teach you how to give yourself an objective and unbiased tarot reading and to provide an introduction to tarot for those readers not familiar. But I didn’t want to tell you what tarot means to me or tell you everything I know about working with tarot in this one volume.
I want you to reach your own conclusions as much as possible and to inspire you to new revelations, thoughts, and questions about how to read tarot for yourself. I want to get the wheels turning. And I hope to succeed in making tarot more meaningful and useful to you, by giving you a different book to explore.