The 15 Best Tarot Books: From Beginner to AdvancedReading Tarot often means reading anything and everything we can get our hands on! From books and guidebooks to worksheets and blogs — as Tarot readers, we like to have a lot of information available. But while we love to learn, sometimes it can lead to overwhelm. With so many options available, how do you know what to choose? Where should you spend your energy, time, and money?
How to Read Tarot Cards Intuitively
17 Must-Read Tarot Books Listed from Beginner to Advanced (2019)
The tarot is misunderstood to be a frivolous science, when in fact learning tarot is a lifelong, personal journey through the wisdom of the ages, aka history, religion, mythology, symbolism, and much more, making reading basically essential to learning tarot after all, this is tarot reading. As a tarot reader, I am continually seeking new ways to educate myself on the foundations of tarot, divination, and reading. To do this, I have sought many books about tarot to deepen my practice and understanding of tarot and my own spirituality and worldview. My list of the 15 best tarot books range from beginner to advanced level of tarot reading and are hand-picked from my personal experience. Some of these books are eclectic, but all of them have helped enrich my tarot reading. These 15 best tarot books, with 5 books for each level of readers, will help you start reading and progress to a deeper relationship with tarot cards and the tarot system.
Here are my top tips on how to read Tarot cards for beginners. Just know that there is no perfect answer here, and ultimately, you do need to find that deck that feels good for you. That said, look for a good learning deck. Think about things like the pictures, the imagery in the card, that you can understand it quite quickly, as well as once you start to go deeper with learning about the Tarot, then you can go much, much further with your studies. Choose a deck that you do resonate with visually, energetically, and make sure that you have that opportunity to go through the cards and check in how you're resonating with the deck.
Growing and developing your tarot skills often means reading anything and everything you can get your hands on. This, however, can be a bit overwhelming. E specially when you are a total newbie in the world of tarot, as there are so many tarot books to choose from. Where to start with so many options available, how do you know what to choose and what resonated with you? As a tarot reader, I have sought many books about tarot to deepen my relationship with the cards and the tarot system. So before you spend hours searching for your first or next tarot book, check out this tarot book review list, which contains seventeen of my favorite books and guides on tarot. Hopefully, in a few weeks from now, your bookshelf will color your little library with a lot more Tarot books and you can recommend some of your reads to me in the comments.