Okay, people, I get it. I’ve heard it. Holistic Tarot is a big book. How does one even wade through that thing? Fear not! I’ve got study guides! To demonstrate how the book can be used as a textbook for the independent study of tarot, I’ve created study guides that will help you navigate the book at a beginner level, intermediate, and advanced. Here are the first two study guides:
Now I bring you the Study Guide for the Advanced Tarot Student, and also for the tarot practitioner who is seeking to go professional. If your objective is to go professional, however, this study guide alone (and the Holistic Tarot text) is not going to suffice. That’s why I have several great book recommendations in the study guide that I know will be indispensable to the aspiring professional.
Who might find the Advanced study guide helpful?
The Advanced study guide may be right for you if…
- you have been reading Holistic Tarot by following along through the Beginner and Intermediate study guides and now see there are still chapters that the guides didn’t cover and you want to cover those chapters, or
- you’ve been studying tarot for some time under the Rider-Waite-Smith system, are proficient at the Intermediate level, and now you want more, or
- you’re thinking about going professional with tarot and offering your reading services to the public.
If that sounds like you and you want to continue your studies with Holistic Tarot, then download this study guide and the recommended supplements.
STUDY GUIDE FOR THE ADVANCED TAROT STUDENT
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The Study Guide for the Advanced Tarot Student presumes that you have completed the Study Guide for the Intermediate Tarot Student, are proficient with the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition, and have a copy of the Holistic Tarot book. For Session 4 in the Advanced Study Guide, it is also recommended that you have a Tarot de Marseille deck and a Thoth deck to work with. Click on the above button to download the PDF. Also be sure to download and save the below supplements. Note: In traditional esoteric tarot teaching approaches, astrology and the Qabalah basics would be taught at the beginner’s level concomitant with the tarot basics. The approach here is to integrate these areas of knowledge after a strong foundation in tarot has been built.
|Sample Code of Ethical Conduct for Tarot Professionals|
|Glyph Correspondences for the Opening of the Key|
|Interpreting Tarot through Astrology|
|Sample Written Reading Templates|
|Log of Professional Readings, Events, and Parties|
|Detailed Summary of Professional Readings Log|
|Sample Privacy Terms for Tarot Reading Websites|
|Sample Schedule of Fees and Terms of Service|
|Sample Services Agreement (for Parties and Events)|
All Holistic Tarot study guides and supplements are available for free download here on this website at HOLISTIC TAROT STUDY GUIDES. I hope these study guides are helpful in your learning and if you do use the Advanced Guide, please let me know about your experience with it!