John Ballantrae on you tube. The best by far in my opinion x
I'm still pretty new to tarot (under a year) and I have passion for it now. I'd love to learn and grow my understanding as well as intuition. I'd love to hear what everyone's favorite classes, books, and any other resources may be.
I love Benebel's too - an absolute triumph - but it's so heavy and I often wished I could take it with me to the park and sit under a tree reading - so I bought it on kindle and it has no detailed contents and so you just CAN'T find your way around it like you would with the book.
Thanks. I think the thing I most like about this book is the section which goes through all 78 cards in detail one by one. I just wish that each card appeared on the contents page, like in the book! I'd find that so useful. Can't believe this oversight!Concerning the Kindle version of Benebell's great book: I highlight subtitles and add notes paragraphs that help me find again what I find important. Go to - notes appears next to the content. In a way, it's like adding your own table of contents. It's not ideal but it helps.