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Review: TarotNav – A GPS For Life

19 Dec

TarotNav – A GPS For Life

Developed By: Linda Marson
Artwork: Images from the Rider-Waite Tarot deck, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems Inc.
GlobalSpiritualStudies.com
2017

 

I have followed Taroist Linda Marson’s “TarotNav – A GPS For Life” from its inception. Her work is incisive, inclusive, and a tremendous resource for an individual to take control of their own life through the energies in each of the 78 cards of the Tarot. Using her own lifelong experience in reading the Tarot for herself, Marson has created a set of 23 videos (based on the Major Arcana), with an accompanying e-book, that act to help the reader work through everything from life changing issues to simple, everyday life. The material in the videos was drawn from Marson’s “Ticket, Passport and Tarot Cards” 2006 TV series (which was based on a book by the same name that used stories of Marson’s travels around the world to explain the meaning of the 22 Tarot trumps).  

Each video is from 7-10 minutes long, which makes them very easy to work with. What better way to help interpret cards that may be giving you difficulty in a reading. Or, what better way to choose a card (or cards) to work with on specific issues!  There is an overview of the basic energy of each card, as well as how the directions that evolved from  “TarotNav – A GPS For Life” readings have actually played out in life.

Background from The Lovers video:

Here you see the Hindsight Spread which I designed as a way of reflecting on decisions made in the past. This opens the way for your TarotNav GPS to set you on a path where only the positive aspects of the past repeat themselves. In 2014, I used the Hindsight Spread to reflect on a decision in 2009 to spend a year studying Kabbalah. I knew the decision was right for me at the time, but it was fascinating to see a fuller picture emerge from the reading, one that reminded me of the importance of that decision and how I should keep using the map of the Tree of Life as a reference point in my life.”

What I consider to be a real bonus are two videos that demonstrate popular Tarot layouts – the Celtic Cross and the Horseshoe Spread.

The “TarotNav –A GPS For Life” e-book (51 pages) consists of basic meanings for all 78 cards, navigation tools or road maps … a series of layouts and guides to navigating your way through anything that life throws at you, and a workbook/journal for you to keep track of the questions you ask, the readings you do and the action you take as a result. (Marson notes that documenting your journey is an important element of the TarotNaving process.) The journal can be downloaded from the site as either a Microsoft Word document, or as a PDF. If the reader is working with the USB drive, Marson recommends printing out the e-book.

Note: The journal entries  include the readers name, the date, the layout used, the area of life being addressed, the question, a photo of the cards in the layout, an interpretation, a summary of the interpretation, an action plan based on the reading, how many time the question has been asked, the dates it was asked, what has happened since the question was asked previously, any recurring cards, and any other thoughts.

There is a choice of how “TarotNav – A GPS For Life” is delivered. You can purchase it on a USB flash drive (approximately 6 GB), or you can download it as files. More information (and sample videos) can be found here: https://globalspiritualstudies.com/product/tarotnav-a-gps-for-life/.

I am impressed with the ease of using this material – and I have to say that I adore the music used in the videos (from Canadian composer Rejean Paquin). There are printed instructions that come with the USB drive. Marson notes that the material can be downloaded onto a hard drive for easy reference, but she also notes that this is copyright material that should be respected – i.e. it cannot be reproduced or shared without written permission from her. This is common sense, and she delivers the message in a tactful, gracious manner. I hope that everyone who purchases this delightful life tool will act appropriately.

Note: Kudos to Marson’s daughter Marion Marson for the beautiful logo for “TarotNav – A GPS For Life”.

© December 2017 Bonnie Cehovet
Reproduction prohibited without written permission from the author.

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2 Comments

Posted by on December 19, 2017 in Tarot

 

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2 responses to “Review: TarotNav – A GPS For Life

  1. Alison Cross

    December 21, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    Sounds like an interesting concept – something a little different!

     
    • Bonnie Cehovet

      December 21, 2017 at 5:14 pm

      Ali –

      It is a very unique concept – well thought out, and well presented. 🙂

       

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