Resource Links


The Laws of Abundance are ever fulfilling and we know that there is more than enough support to go around. We found online resources immeasurable helpful when we first started teaching ourselves to read Tarot, and we hope that by providing some of the resources that helped us most that it makes your learning journey easier.

Tarot decks we reference on our Instagram where we give card meanings, inspirations, and journaling examples:

Traditional Rider Waite Smith Deck

Light Seer’s Tarot by Chris-Anne

Cosmic Visions Tarot by Cosmic Visions Art

Divine Feminine Tarot by Cocorrina

Tarot books we reference in our personal collection:

78 Degrees of Widsom by Rachel Pollack

Tarot Wisdom by Rachel Pollack

Fortunate by Kim Rashidi (poetry based on the 78 cards)

FAQ’S about the Tarot Guidebook Journal

  • Do you recommend using the Tarot Guidebook Journal for one deck or many decks?
    • To be honest, that’s up to you! Most people have chosen to record multiple decks into the Journal, but if you are just beginning and would rather use the Tarot Guidebook Journal for a deep dive look at a single deck, you could certainly do that.
      • Check out your Tarot Guidebook Journal options HERE (Etsy link will open in a new tab)
  • What to the pages with the word “Reversed” mean?
    • Every Tarot card has aspects of light and shadow or blockage. Most correlate the upright position of the card with its light energies, and the upside down (or Reversed) position of the cart with its shadow energies or energies of blockage. The Tarot Guidebook Journal features a full page for the upright and reversed meanings of each card in the deck, allowing you to grasp the full scope of the card’s meanings.
      • Note: not all Tarot readers read reversed cards, and there is no rule saying you do or do not have to feature cards in the reversed position in your readings. For the readers that do not read reversed cards, most still consider and utilize the shadow or blockage aspect of their card in their considerations of the card’s meaning. Tarot is the understanding and balance of the light and shadow aspect of ourselves, and therefore each card represents aspects of both as well. We cannot ignore the shadow and hope to gain full grasp of the light.
  • I’ve gotten my journal, but I’m overwhelmed! Can you help guide me on how to get started? I just bought my first deck and have no idea how to read the cards.
    • First of all, welcome to the Tarot community and thank you for including us in your personal Tarot journey.

Online Tarot Resources

Tarot Guidebook Journal
Our personal resource and learning center. If you are just beginning but don’t have a deck yet, feel free to use our Learning Tarot section of our website to get started on your Tarot Guidebook Journal

Light Seer’s Tarot
Not only is the deck a beautiful addition to any collection, but the website is actually a great resource too! We deeply resonate with Chris-Anne’s interpretations of each card, the mantras she provides, and deeply encourage you to explore these and make them your own for your Tarot Guidebook Journal mantras.

A full website with an array of Tarot knowledge. The link takes you to a summary of the Major Arcana, and you can explore the site from there.

YouTube Resources:

Helen Goldburg Tarot – I have found her knowledge to be in-depth and thought provoking. I have seen her videos published through Howcast and Android – Studio Learning.

BoHo Tarot – She has an extensive Tarot deck collection and offers some fun ways to bring your personality and creativity into your Tarot practice.

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