Praise for Holistic Tarot

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I know. “Praise.” Say, what? Who does this Benebell think she is? It’s just a term that book and publishing people use. All right, here we go. “Praise.” In alphabetical order:

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“Benebell Wen’s erudite, personable guide to Tarot is essential reading not only for Tarot learners, but for writers, artists and anyone interested in the mysteries of the human psyche. If you’re already a Tarot master, you will learn from this book. If you’ve never laid eyes on a deck of cards, you will learn from this book. As a poet, I have found Holistic Tarot indispensible for providing insight, strengthening my intuition, and developing ideas, precisely because the image-based language of Tarot bypasses our muddling language center and takes us beyond language – into the unconscious. Anyone put off by ‘the occult’ need only remember that ‘occult’ means ‘hidden,’ and that its opposite might be ‘in plain sight,’ or ‘illuminated.’ Wen illuminates the symbology of Tarot, and how to use the cards, in great depth and with tremendous care. This book is a labor of love and an absolute pleasure to read.”

Amy Glynn (Greacen), Poet and Author of A Modern Herbal

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Holistic Tarot is beautifully multifaceted. It contains a whole cosmos of clear, practical advice and guidance for beginners, but also historical facts, scientific and philosophical theories and explanations, and it is full of fresh inspiration for experienced readers. It provides both the levelheaded straightforwardness that is treasured by pragmatists and also offers plenty of nourishment for the soul to more spiritually minded readers. This book isn’t just big in its length or scope, but it is big in all its substance. Benebell Wen and I share similar yet very different approaches to tarot with different techniques to reading cards, and so it was very inspirational and educational to me to read her book.”

Anna Klaffinger, Creator of the highly-acclaimed Anna K Tarot

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Holistic Tarot is a veritable encyclopedia of information about the cards. Integrating eastern and western traditions, the author offers readers over 800 pages of invaluable guidance on using the deck effectively.  I have no doubt that Benebell Wen’s text will become one of the jewels in the crown of tarot literature.”

Anthony Louis, M.D., Author of Tarot Beyond the Basics: Gain a Deeper Understanding of the Meanings Behind the Cards and Tarot Plain and Simple

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“A bright, well-informed re-casting of modern tarot for sophisticated, contemporary audiences. Wen brings savvy, psychological flavor sprinkled with bits of Eastern wisdom to clearly illustrate tarot’s powerful mirroring benefits for “spiritual intelligence.” Her articulate mastery of the material is both inspirational and foundational for the evolution of the cards! A fine addition to the literature of tarot.”

Arthur Rosengarten, Ph.D., Author of Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility and Tarot of the Nine Paths: Advanced Tarot for the Spiritual Traveler

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“Between the covers of Holistic Tarot, Ms. Wen presents us with a modern alchemical achievement. She blends wisdom from the East and West, esoteric tarot traditions and contemporary psychology, and practical techniques, creating a unique approach. Whether one agrees with her thesis or not, all tarot practitioners will find food for thought and inspiration in this ambitious work.”

Barbara Moore, Author of The Gilded Tarot, The Steampunk Tarot, Tarot Spreads, Tarot For Beginners, and What Tarot Can Do For You

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“Wen’s approach to Tarot is to treat it as a psychological tool that can be used for yourself for decision-making processes and self-actualization or read for others professionally. Holistic Tarot truly is all-encompassing and covers a broad spectrum of issues in Tarot studies. I am impressed with Wen’s endeavor and believe Holistic will become a permanent fixture in the Tarot literary canon. Well done.”

Bonnie Cehovet, Author of Tarot, Rituals, & You: The Power of Tarot Combined with the Power of Ritual, Tarot, Birth Cards, and You, and Women In Tarot

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“Wow. This might just be the most comprehensive (and intelligent) book on Tarot I have ever read. If you want to read Tarot the smart way, then you need to get a copy of Holistic Tarot. Holistic Tarot covers all bases with profound Tarot card meanings, practical Tarot reading techniques, intellectual perspectives on the Tarot and so much more. This is a brilliant, must-have book for all aspiring Tarot readers.”

Brigit Esselmont, Author of Tarot Foundations and The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Card Meanings

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Holistic Tarot is one of the best books on the subject that we have seen in quite some time. This hefty yet reader-friendly book is filled to the brim with information on every facet of the cards. No Tarot enthusiast should be without this book!”

Chic and Tabatha Cicero, Chief Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and Authors of over 20 books, including The Golden Dawn Magical Tarot, Essential Golden Dawn, Self-Initiation into the Golden Dawn Tradition, and Tarot Talismans.

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Holistic Tarot, a comprehensive manual to develop your tarot practice, comes to us from Benebell Wen, one of our new generation of smart tarot voices. Wen’s fresh and practical perspective on tarot as a tool for modern living, along with her well-researched understanding of tarot’s history and traditions, make this an important book for any student or teacher of tarot.”

Christiana Gaudet, Author of Tarot Tour Guide and Fortune Stellar

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“Benebell Wen’s book makes a powerful demonstration of the sophistication an organized and systematic person can draw forth from a simple pack of Tarot cards. Wen is a good student — the type of person who takes copious notes and enjoys the process of graphing her insights. She is also gifted at finding coherent patterns in what initially seems to be a grab-bag of shifting influences. These traits make her a near-ideal candidate to synthesize the vast Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot literature into a practical handbook for beginning and intermediate students.

“The fact that Wen has also included insights gleaned through her background in Chinese/Taiwanese culture is a distinct plus. Her wide-spectrum approach fully justifies the title term Holistic. Announcing the practice of Tarot to be a “science of the mind,” Wen challenges herself to catalogue the multicultural spectrum of ideas that she has collected for this ancient set of gaming cards.  Her synthetic approach is on display throughout, interweaving theories and methods adapted from such diverse points of view as physics, magic, Chinese medicine, comparative religion, alchemy and modern psychology.

“Partisans of one or another subset of the Tarot family might not be comfortable with this book, since it represents an assemblage that is unique to Wen’s east/west exposures. But in fact, since at least the Renaissance, western magi have been studying and experimenting with Hindu, Arabic, Egyptian, Chinese and Siberian practices. This can be easily demonstrated in the Faust legend, as well as the many branches and grades of Masonic studies. Such a mixing of modalities should therefore seem neither strange nor irrelevant in the context of Tarot. This is especially true in modern times, witnessing the great eagerness of the Chinese market to learn about Tarot.

“In my opinion, this distinctly Western toy and tool would not so easily find a beloved niche in the eastern cultural psyche if there weren’t legitimate points of intersection that benefit both sides of the conversation. I especially enjoyed Wen’s presentations of the 3×3 square (called the Lo Shu Square in Chinese), the BaGua and the Six Faiths, all used as subjects for creating a spread. These types of cultural cross-pollinations can be wonderfully enriching, so long as we don’t do violence to the essential nature of the Tarot deck when we are making the adaptation.

“Wen claims to have written an introductory work, but her real beneficiaries will be individuals who are aspiring to evolve their attraction to Tarot into a professional practice. Fully half of the book is written to assist her students in creating a service which includes (but doesn’t have to be limited to) reading Tarot cards. Some of the chapter titles from this section include The Five Components of Circumstance, Assuaging Seekers When a Reading Seems Negative, The Setting of a Tarot Reading and Energetic Supplements, Ethical Considerations of the Tarot, Tarot and Love, Tarot and Professional Development, Using Tarot to Build Resilience, and The Professional Practice of Tarot. Wen is making sure that her students have thought long and hard about the demanding but tricky responsibilities inherent in making pronouncements about other people’s life experiences. She also offers plenty of case studies to help the reader see how to interweave all the variables that make up a Tarot spread.

“Reading through Wen’s manuscript brought home to me how well-developed our Art has become in the 21st century, compared to the barren bookstore shelves and formulaic texts of my own Tarot coming-of-age in the 1970’s. The author has done an excellent job of addressing the unspoken assumptions and self-defeating clichés that still linger around the edges of Tarot practice. With Holistic Tarot in hand, Wen’s more mature students will be able to shorten the novice stage of their studies by several years.”

Christine Payne-Towler, Founder of the Tarot University; Author of Tarot of the Holy Light and The Underground Stream: Esoteric Tarot Revealed

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Holistic Tarot is arguably the most comprehensive guide to tarot on the market today. It’s also innovative: it deftly combines eastern mysticism with western metaphysics. It’s an impressive tome that presents a wholly modern, rational approach to tarot practice while preserving notable elements of tradition. Holistic is sure to be a refreshing, stimulating read for tarot enthusiasts.”

Corrine Kenner, Author of Tarot and Astrology, Tarot for Writers, and Tarot Journaling; Creator of the Wizards Tarot

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“Incorporating an integral model of psychological and cultural archetypes, Holistic Tarot is sure to abet the modern reader’s understanding of this age-old wisdom based system. This elegantly woven and wonderfully accessible book of spiritually intelligent guidance is a welcomed addition to the corpus of contemporary Tarot explication.”

Dai Léon, Author of Origins of the Tarot

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“A total revelation. This generous, comprehensive book will be invaluable to novice and old hand alike. Benebell Wen not only provides a fascinating explanation of how tarot works, but teaches the reader how to use it as a life tool for insight and self-discovery.”

Emmi Fredericks, Author of The Smart Girl’s Guide to Tarot

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“This is beautiful and is unlike any other personal Tarot book I have encountered. Benebell has put her heart and soul into the words and lessons, and you connect on every page. As a medium I don’t necessarily use Tarot, but I found myself questioning my own beliefs as I am sure every reader will, too. It reads like a handbook for life waiting for you to ask the question: Is this real? With an open heart and mind, I am sure you will find yourself with the same conclusion as I did: Yes!”

James Griffiths, Spiritualist Medium and Resident Psychic at Newsquest

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“This book is destined to be a new Tarot classic. It contains a wealth of information including card meanings, spreads and methodology, and an extensive set of theories about how Tarot works. Beyond all that, however, its greatest gift is the way it will gently guide you to use the cards to find the answers that will help you create the future you desire.”

James Ricklef, Author of The Soul’s Journey: Finding Spiritual Messages in the Tarot, the award-winning Tarot Tells the Tale and Tarot: Get the Whole Story

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“Far more than just another tarot book, Holistic Tarot is a magnificent, intelligent, comprehensive overview and innerview of the Rider Waite Smith system of tarot!  This is the only guide you need to have for understanding the depth and diversity of traditional tarot as the medicine and medium for life-navigation in a revolutionary world. Bravo!”

James Wanless, Ph.D., Author of Voyager Tarot and Sustain Yourself Cards

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Holistic Tarot dances gracefully between tried-and-true traditional knowledge and creative, self-generated discovery.  Whether you’re a visual, verbal, or experiential learner, Wen’s book, rich with sound advice, insightful processes, spreads for all occasions, and real-life examples will be a much-used resource for beginners and seasoned tarot aficionados alike. The focus on making one a ‘practitioner’ rather than a ‘reader’ and on imaginatively employing the cards as a map to encourage breakthroughs and solutions shepherds the tarot out of the outmoded dust of fortune-telling into the fresh air of 21st century strategic living.”

James Wells, Evolutionary Tarot Consultant and Author of Evolutionary Tarot Spreads, Tarot Circle Encounters, and Tarot for Manifestation

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“I own well over 200 titles on the Tarot, and none of them could be what I consider a ‘Tarot Bible’—until Benebell Wen’s book Holistic Tarot. Neither supporting fortunetelling nor believing in future-telling, the author offers a blessed alternative to most Tarot tomes: an approach that is analytical and holistic, methodically showing readers how to bring unconscious information to the forefront and decode universal symbols in the quest for conscious, creative solutions for all manner of life situations. Ms. Wen’s attention to detail coupled with broad-based application—all infused with Eastern thought, Western esotericism and practical experience—is staggering: clever mnemonics, extensive charts, sample logs, templates, multiple spread deconstructions/explanations, Depth Diagnostics, numerous case studies, Pythagorean numerology, astrological considerations, Golden Dawn attributions, elemental affinities, an innovative Five Components of Circumstance layout…truly jaw-dropping. Wish you had an image of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life with Tarot card assignations? It’s in here. What about a mandala of decans and a symbolic at-a-glance illustration of such for every card? You got it. Add in extensive keywords (upright and reversed), instructions for shuffling, advice on professional reading and so much more—well, you can see why I deem this a ‘Tarot Bible’! It’s very hard to impress this Queen of Swords, but with Holistic Tarot, I’m truly, enthusiastically impressed.”

Janet Boyer, Author of Back in Time Tarot, Naked Tarot and 365 Tarot: Daily Affirmations; Amazon Hall of Fame Book Reviewer

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“Just as the tarot, as an archetype of Wholeness, immerses you in a multi-sensory world of interpenetrating images, stories, and ideas, Holistic Tarot‘s intensity of information draws you into its own Sensorium, to help you experience the tarot’s breadth and depth, as it reaches into manifold realms of human experience.”

Janina Renee, Author of Tarot: Your Everyday Guide and Tarot for a New Generation

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Holistic Tarot is a library asset.  It offers the Practitioner a wonderful opportunity to build Tarot vocabulary and insight on how to work productively with the Tarot, while providing the Seeker with food for thought to make desirable decisions.”

Jenine Esco, Manager of the Free Tarot Network and Free Reading Network

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“Tarot is often thought of as a one trick pony, namely, to divine the future, but it is in fact a system that is capable of so much more. Benebell Wen guides the reader into seeing this self-development tool for what it really is: An incredible map to deepen one’s access to the self. Benebell Wen combines an artistic sensibility with a clear intellect and writing style geared for many kinds of audiences, especially those new to seeing Tarot as a personal development tool. Holistic Tarot is a generous guide to anyone interested in creating a future by delving into the great mystery of the present moment. I very highly recommend this book.”

Jenna Matlin, Author of Have Tarot Will Travel

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Holistic Tarot brings together so much tarot knowledge and wisdom, all in one place. It’s full of practical techniques, yet still honors the spirit of tarot. Every case study is a gem of interpretation. A huge accomplishment…likely to become the essential guidebook for serious students of the tarot.”

Joan Bunning, Author of Learning the Tarot: A Tarot Book for Beginners, Learning Tarot Reversals, and Learning Tarot Spreads

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Holistic Tarot is a modern masterwork in the Analytical Tarot canon. The depth of Wen’s research and the breadth of her scope in Holistic Tarot is truly stunning. I have long wished for a resource that investigated in detail the potential of Tarot for self-analysis. Who we are, and how we fit into the complex world around us— these are some of the most important questions we can ask ourselves as human beings. Holistic Tarot gives a sound framework for pursuing those questions. Wen’s work will sit comfortably on the bookshelf with that of Stuart R. Kaplan, Mary Greer and Rachel Pollack as defining works in modern Tarot.”

Kat Black, Creator of the best-selling beloved Golden Tarot and the Touchstone Tarot

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Holistic Tarot is the book I wish I had when I first picked up a Tarot deck! This book is packed with valuable information and it is quickly becoming my go-to Tarot resource. Benebell explains things in an easy to understand manner and it is her grounded and empowering approach to the Tarot that really makes this book a pleasure to work with.”

Kate, The Daily Tarot Girl and Professional Tarot Reader

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“I loved this book! Extraordinarily comprehensive, well written and circumspect.  Despite its girth, the book is well organized and succinctly showcases the key areas to know with respect to Tarot.  I will certainly be putting it at the top of my list of recommended reading for both my introductory and advanced students alike.”

–  Kathleen Meadows, M.A., Tarot Grand Master and Teacher

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Holistic Tarot provides a comprehensive resource that supports the reader in using the wise mirror of Tarot as a tool for personal empowerment.”

Kim Wilborn, Founder of the Spiritual Path of Tarot Telesummit

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“Carefully crafted, Holistic Tarot will surely inspire you to take your card readings to a new level. Using a comprehensive approach, Ms. Wen meaningfully shares her wisdom in myriad ways that will encourage the novice to become a good reader as well as offering long time tarot readers philosophies and card spreads to advance their professional, psychological, and spiritual path. Reading its 624 pages can take some time, however, it has lifelong value as an illustrated reference to answer numerous questions about the tarot.”

Kooch Daniels, Professional Reader, Tarot Radio Show Host, and Co-author of Tarot d’Amour and Matrix Meditations

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“I am deeply impressed with the depth, breadth and scope of this massive work on the Tarot. Holistic Tarot is an invaluable resource and addition to any serious library. It will act as companion and guide to those seeking to cultivate navigational and imaginative ways for exploring the psyche and mysteries of being human. Wen’s clarity and suggestions help the reader to imaginatively utilize and gain great insight and wisdom from the picture book of the Tarot. Bravo to Wen and the obvious labor of love and wisdom she has created and brought forth.”

Leigh J. McCloskey, Hollywood Actor and Visual Philosopher, Author and Artist of the Highly Acclaimed Tarot ReVisioned, and Founder of the Olandar Foundation for Emerging Renaissance (OFFER)

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“Benebell Wen offers a comprehensive and thorough book on the tarot. It really does live up to its title Holistic Tarot, offering everything from the history of tarot, it’s connection to eastern mysticism, the use of tarot as a diagnostic tool, which Wen calls tarot analytics, to an in-depth look at each card in the Rider Waite Smith deck. She offers thirty spreads, a guide to ethics in doing readings, affirmations and meditation techniques amongst other subjects. Easy to read and use as a guide – I highly recommend it.”

Lisa de St. Croix, Author of Tarot de St. Croix

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Holistic Tarot is a superb addition to the tarot canon; rather than focus on fortune-telling, here is an analytical, psychological approach borne of many years’ extensive research and practice. With her outstanding knowledge of numerology and Eastern and Western wisdom teachings, Wen takes us on a tarot journey within – as each intricate layer of the tarot process is revealed, so we travel more deeply into our own subconscious and know ourselves in truth. Bravo, Benebell.”

Liz Dean, Author of The Art of Tarot and The Victorian Steampunk Tarot

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“Benebell’s book Holistic Tarot is an impressive, complete reference manual on tarot, and all students studying under the Rider Waite Smith system needs to have Holistic Tarot in their library. Professional tarot readers alike could learn a great deal from the book. The fusion approach blending Eastern metaphysics and Western to interpret tarot is one not seen before. I appreciate her holistic approach, in particular the discussions on Qi and the I Ching with the tarot. Her work resonates with my own, which is to synthesize classical culture, the humanities, and a knowledge of history to create my tarot decks. Benebell Wen is sure to become a leading authority for the next generation’s tarot practice.”

Luigi Scapini, Artist and of Creator the Medieval Scapini Tarot, Romeo and Juliet Tarot (Shakespeare Tarot) and Kabbalistic Visions The Marini-Scapini Tarot

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“A refreshing approach to reading the Tarot, this book blends intuition with a modern analytical method based on traditional card reading principles—the best of all worlds. Benebell Wen covers nearly every aspect of Tarot reading in a thorough manner illustrated by detailed real life examples. Following the instructions in this one book you will find yourself well on your way to becoming a confident reader of Tarot.”

Mary K. Greer, Author of Tarot for Your Self and 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card

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“Benebell Wen has written an important text, a complete handbook on the Tarot that offers profound insights to its readers.”

Munisha Khatwani, Celebrity Tarot Reader

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Holistic Tarot is a heavy duty resource book for the serious tarot student. It is loaded with thorough charts for various aspects of tarot such as key words of each tarot card (including reversals), elemental dignities, timing correspondences and even specific crystals to enhance a reading. Clarifications such as calling oneself a practitioner rather than a tarot reader, the court pages symbolizing young girls, and “qi” as the vital energy rather than psychic power had me pause in thought. The historical references (numerous ones regarding the Templar Knights) made for an interesting read. It is rich with spreads such as the Ba Gua, The Essential Key, the Opening of the Key and the First Operation. If indeed the Tarot is an analytical tool rather than divination, this would be a book for your library.”

Nancy Antenucci, Author of Psychic Tarot: Using Your Natural Psychic Abilities to Read the Cards

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Holistic Tarot: An Integrative Approach to Using Tarot for Personal Growth is rich with Tarot analytics, principles, and best-practice tools. Benebell Wen expertly shares a true holistic-based application for this ancient tradition, satisfying my seekers’ thirst for greater understanding of the eternal why while offering nuance for my story plots and character development.”

Nancy LaPonzina, R.N. B.S., Reiki Practitioner and Author of Yellow Pansies in a Blue Cobalt Jar, the award-winning Nardi Point and A Path Through the Garden

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Holistic Tarot is full of insightful information into the depths of the Tarot. I will be recommending it to my students and learning from it myself.”

Prudence J.M. Theriault, Certified Tarot Master/Instructor and Host of The TV Tarot.

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Holistic Tarot by Benebell Wen is a literary feast for Tarot practitioners or any interested individual who wishes to attain a deeper understanding of the Rider-Waite- Smith Tarot – its history, purpose and the meaning of its profound images.”

Richard Palmer, Author of Tarot: Voice of the Inner Light and The I Ching Companion

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“Benebell Wen integrates her East Asian heritage into her tarot practice and the result is Holistic Tarot, a remarkably comprehensive book that covers all aspects of the art. By bringing many metaphysical paths together and synthesizing them into a cohesive compendium, she has created a practical yet highly spiritual guide that will earn Holistic Tarot a place among the most intelligent and useful interpretations of tarot.”

Roberta Lee, Author of The Language of Tarot and The Language of I Ching

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“This is a knowledgeable and comprehensive introduction to Tarot, with the emphasis correctly on the vital personal transformation aspect rather than on frivolous fortune telling. All tarot readers, beginner to advanced, will find much to stimulate their practice in Holistic Tarot.”

Rohit Arya, Founder, Arya Yoga Sangha and Author of The Money Tarot Book and The Sacred India Tarot

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“Benebell Wen has penned herself a tarot classic. Her writing style is empowering, warm, and witty, while her content is beyond comprehensive. From myth to meaning, from ethics, to professional practice, how I wish Holistic Tarot had been in print when I was first learning the cards!”

Sasha Graham, Author of Tarot Diva and 365 Tarot Spreads

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“I am delighted by the in-depth approach that Benebell Wen takes in Holistic Tarot. I would recommend this book to beginner and experienced readers alike. I am particularly impressed by the coverage of a wide variety of information. Wen’s down-to-earth practical book has much to offer all Tarot enthusiasts.”

Stephanie Arwen Lynch, Former President of the American Tarot Association, 2007-2013

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Holistic Tarot by Benebell Wen may just be one of the most comprehensive tarot books ever written. This major volume of work offers an in-depth analysis of tarot with expert instructions that will inspire every tarot student who picks it up. Holistic Tarot deserves a place on every serious tarot reader’s shelf. An instant classic.”

Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady

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“There are many ways to use tarot and many ways to read tarot. In Holistic Tarot, Benebell Wen covers them all in a veritable tour de force that explicates the panoramic science that is tarot. She details how tarot can be effectively used with other disciplines such as reiki, chakra work and energy healing. However defined, the concept of holistic tarot encompasses the holism of body, mind and spirit while facilitating a personal dialog with the Collective Unconscious, a dialog that will engender self-knowledge, self-actualization and self-transcendence. We think tarot initiates, intermediates and adepts alike will regard Holistic Tarot as an invaluable roadmap of tarot’s magical journey.”

Toney Brooks, Ph.D. and Holly Sierra, Creators of The Chrysalis Tarot

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“Benebell Wen’s Holistic Tarot is one of the most comprehensive and in-depth books available for both adept practitioners of Tarot and for beginners who may have just purchased their first deck. Wen’s approach to Tarot is analytical and knowledge-based and, thankfully, not concerned with “fortune-telling.” Presenting a thorough interpretation of the cards, which encompasses philosophy, spirituality, mythology, and psychology, she masterfully bridges the gap between consciousness and the unconscious, East and West, the rational mind and intuition, the traditional and the innovative. Holistic Tarot is more than a how-to; it is, rather, a studied meditation on the nuances of the cards—purchasing the right deck, storing it, creating ritual space for readings, dealing with ‘negative’ cards or queries, and offering a model for setting up a Tarot reading business. Wen’s detailed charts, photos, appendix, notes and her inclusion of examples of actual readings make Holistic Tarot a must for anyone who desires to understand Tarot on all of its profound levels.  In a personal essay at the conclusion of her book, Wen counsels you to apply tarot in a way that empowers you to recognize your infinity.  Reading Holistic Tarot is the first step toward such empowerment.”

– Kelli Russell Agodon and Annette Spaulding-Convy, Two Sylvias Press, Authors of The Poet Tarot Deck

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3 thoughts on “Praise for Holistic Tarot

  1. Any praise you receive is earned! I only wish I had this volume years ago when I was learning my craft. I ask all my students in beginner to advanced classes to purchase this book and the ‘Original RWS’ Deck, along with the text and Baseball’s Holistic Tarot site students and readers alike have a comprehensive and complete resource to the wonderful world of Tarot!

    Bright Blessings,
    Aeneas

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    1. Thank you so much for your endorsement. Means a lot to me it receive it from a tarot teacher. I also love how Benebell = Baseball according to autocorrect. Again, many thanks.

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