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I've decided to buckle down & get really serious about giving readings.
Over the years I've bought some Richard Webster stuff (which is good), Passages by Gail Sheehy (which I haven't read), System 88, Bautu, and Invisble Readings.

I think my problem is I'm overwhelming myself with different systems, leading to bottlenecking inside my head.

So last week I decided to re-read Enrique Enriguez's Invisible Readings. I have about 3 more chapters to read but I just had to post that this is a terrific approach and excellent writing of his system! I now it's been said before but his insights are gold! I will try to use his methods but I'm eager to get his 'Looking at the Marseilles Tarot' but I can't seem to find it.

I did see it at www.mindseyeview.com/marseilles-tarot.html but I emailed first to see if they're 'alive' or not & the email bounced back.

If Enrique or anyone out there knows of a way to get this book, please let me know.

FYI - I also re-read Bautu again (before I started reading Invisible Readings) & also popped in the CD. Scott sounds like he will be helpful with my quest, too. Bautu seems 'deep' but I never listened to the CDs in conjunction with the book.

Right now though, I am searching for LOOKING AT THE MARSEILLES TAROT by Enrique Enriguez.
If anyone can push me in the right direction, it will be appreciated.
Thanks
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Invisible Readings and literally everything and anything by Enrique is fantastic, beautiful and worthy of careful time and study.

Yeah the shop is still ALIVE, I've PM'd you their contact email.
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Enrique recently organized a lecture in NYC for Yov Ben Dov and his brilliant book on Marseille Tarot http://www.amazon.com/Yoav-Ben-Dov/e/B00DO4S2YA you will read a very good revew by Enrique
Marqus I hope it will be your last purchase;) then go outside and do readings practice is a best teacher
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Right now though, I am searching for LOOKING AT THE MARSEILLES TAROT by Enrique Enriguez.
If anyone can push me in the right direction, it will be appreciated.
Thanks


Enrique's Marseilles Tarot book can be found at www.mindseyeview.com, which appears to be a sister site geared towards the general public.

I'm guessing that's what the "mev" in "mevproshop" stands for.

Incidentally, I just sent an email to info@mindseyeview.com, and it seems to be working.


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Andy, Thanks for the email tip.

Mrkmarik, you are absolutely right about taking action (i got that 'magician' mindset that's hard to shake)

B. Morrison, "mev = minds eye view" - thanks for opening my eyes. I always wondered about that 'mev' prefix.
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Look and think about what you have. System 88 and Bauta are tools that can be applied to any reading. Invisible Readings the same to a degree. You need to learn at least one system and then begin applying the tools to that system. But you may find you don't need to!
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Thanks, Dan.

I HAVE TOO MUCH STUFF!

I forgot to mention: Kadar is over the Atlantic Ocean & on its way over here to me.
More overload!

But at least Kadar will be treasured as a piece of art.

You guys are great with all your help!
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...to tempt you with one more thing (but you will find it usable, entertaining and educational) is Enrique's Tarology dvd...should be on amazon if nowhere else...
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Learn a really simple, normal system. Nothing fancy. Then you can get on with giving readings, instead of reading about giving readings.

After that, reading about giving readings will be useful as opposed to an ever increasing circle.
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^ This. Absolutely this.
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I'm with Marqus 100%.
I know way to many super-cool reading systems. I have also recently been re-reading "Invisible Readings" and "Bauta" and they are amazing. I like system88 fine, but WTYF is really great.

...on my way to buy tarology.
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Yes, Iain - the Tarology DVD is on my list.

Also on my list is your TPR.
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On May 10, 2014, Marqus wrote:
Yes, Iain - the Tarology DVD is on my list.

Also on my list is your TPR.



I thought you had too much stuff? hahahahaha
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On May 9, 2014, Marqus wrote:
I've decided to buckle down & get really serious about giving readings.
Over the years I've bought some Richard Webster stuff (which is good), Passages by Gail Sheehy (which I haven't read), System 88, Bautu, and Invisible Readings.

Marqus
Sorry I'm a bit late on the reply:
You mentioned Bauta but have you considered The Vitruvian Square by the same artist/author Scott Grossberg?

There is a basic system based on numerology using the Lo Shu square, but can later be can be expanded to include almost any other reading system or cards.
I have been working with VS from the time it was released and I have yet to exhaust it's possibilities.

For instance, last week I came across an idea to incorporate a lovely little game from Craig Conley (Prof. Oddfellow) called The X-O-Skeleton Story Generator into readings for young adults or teenagers.
http://www.oneletterwords.com/weblog/?c=TicTacToe

This system is so magical and Scott's book is replete with many variations on the original theme; likely I will be using and adapting it as long as I have the breath to give readings.
Larry
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Thank you, Marqus and Larry.
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I echo H20design's sentiment. A gem that I think is often overlooked is The Vitruvian Square, and yes, it does have limitless possibilities! I highly recommend it, as I think it is undervalued and underpublicized for what it brings to the game.

Regards,
Mike

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On May 9, 2014, Marqus wrote:
I've decided to buckle down & get really serious about giving readings.
Over the years I've bought some Richard Webster stuff (which is good), Passages by Gail Sheehy (which I haven't read), System 88, Bautu, and Invisible Readings.

Marqus
Sorry I'm a bit late on the reply:
You mentioned Bauta but have you considered The Vitruvian Square by the same artist/author Scott Grossberg?

There is a basic system based on numerology using the Lo Shu square, but can later be can be expanded to include almost any other reading system or cards.
I have been working with VS from the time it was released and I have yet to exhaust it's possibilities.

For instance, last week I came across an idea to incorporate a lovely little game from Craig Conley (Prof. Oddfellow) called The X-O-Skeleton Story Generator into readings for young adults or teenagers.
http://www.oneletterwords.com/weblog/?c=TicTacToe

This system is so magical and Scott's book is replete with many variations on the original theme; likely I will be using and adapting it as long as I have the breath to give readings.
Larry
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Thank you, Mike.

Guys, please know that there are some FREE resources for both The Vitruvian Square and The Deck of Shadows to be found at:

http://scottgrossberg.wordpress.com

In addition to my normal blog articles, there are some things to find there to enhance your use of both these items.

Enjoy.
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That's what's great about the road of excess... it can also lead to enlightenment!
Everything feeds everything else... In TPR you'll definitely find inspiration from EE as well as Richard, Ron, Scott, "Bev," Mr. Riggs and many others.
It's absolutely certain that the best and fastest way to give good readings is to learn and use a system... any system.

But that system will evolve and grow with you as you study everybody's work. It's a definitely a journey as much as a destination.

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On May 9, 2014, bevbevvybev wrote:
Learn a really simple, normal system. Nothing fancy. Then you can get on with giving readings, instead of reading about giving readings.

After that, reading about giving readings will be useful as opposed to an ever increasing circle.


This may sound like a lowly daft question but, when we talk about "systems" we are talking about:

Reading cards, numerology
Reading Aoras
Reading Palms
Reading faces
The Virtuvian square
Graphology

Would this be correct?
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Yes - a system, an oracle, a framework... basically means "learn the rules of the game"...
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