The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot--EVER!!
About This Show
This free podcast is created to support the students of Dusty White's "The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot--EVER!!" tarot workbook--but it is free for anyone who wants to learn more about the tarot. Please join us!
Most Recent Episode
What does this card mean? (Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5 of Pentacles)
Mandy is back! She was on holiday in Greece when a 6.7 earthquake struck. we talked about earthquakes and Mandy’s dialogue with the cards. This is a long lesson!
Mandy also recounted her encounter with a believer in a flat earth. We discussed and analyzed the theory and its impact on Mandy’s way of thinking.
I went over the suit of Coins. Unlike the suit of Wands, there is no synchronistic story with the Coins. The numerological analysis between the two suits also breaks down when examined closely.
We also examined the Coins from Aces to Fives looking for new ways to view these cards. Life experiences provide differing viewpoints for each card, which is why there is benefit in working with others while examining the cards. I point out that you should never force anything when interpreting the cards. Just walk into the cards and experience them from the inside. For a card to have a meaning, it needs context. At this stage, I am just exploring what a card could mean. You need to be open and unbiased to be a good reader because you need level, depth, and specificity, which you can’t have if you cling to rigid meanings and formulae.
Ace of Coins: emblematic of youth, focus on the here and now (earth mentality), large raise (or a balloon payment if reversed), pollyannic point of view, this thing has value, the world is round!
Two of Coins: choices, playing around with his options, on a stage, dancing too close to the edge, not completely genuine.
Three of Coins: Practical card, what people do on a daily basis, amicable, coming together, friendship kind of card, colleagues, work in progress, meeting of 3 different faiths, coalition of minds coming together in harmonious discourse, verification, a check up, get other people involved in your project, brainstorming.
Four of Coins: in a conservative state, collector, museum curator, conservationist, protective, feeling under threat, protect what is important to me, holding on to what he can for as long as possible, turning his back on the rest of the world, merchant king, trying to convince you of his importance, someone who doesn’t question things outside of his reality sphere.
Five of Coins: victim mentality, woe is me, not accepting a helping hand, shadows.
And that is about it for this episode. hit me up with ANY questions.
As always, THANK YOU for being here :-)
Rated 5 out of
Truth From The Street
If you ever had thoughts about transitioning from a recreational to a professional tarot reader, this podcast is excellent because you are told EXACTLY what is like to segue. There is no sugar coating. I like his tip about how to do this economically. Dusty, thanks for always giving us helpful and solid information that we can use immediately.
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 5 out of
Truly learn tarot!
Dusty will share secrets of the tarot to lead you to be a better reader! No cookie cutter stuff! Info you can use right now! Excellent show!
Date published: 2013-12-04