Guest Blog by Bonnie Cehovet
The cards of the Tarot tell a story, a story made up of many different parts. The whole of that story, the whole of how the pieces of the puzzle are put together, is by nature greater than the sum of its parts. In many ways, two cards read together do not simply add wisdom to each other, they spark whole new lines of thought.
One book that addresses this subject well is “Tarot Combinations”, by Dorothy Kelly. I loved her comment that an objective reading can be developed through the use of intuitive feelings. She makes the very common sense observation that the nature of the problem being addressed can be determined through the suit as well as through the specific cards. For example, the following three-card reading could be read as: