I haven't read that particular book but spinning around until you get dizzy is a pretty standard way to charge sigils in Zos Kia (A.O. Spare's chaos magick).
I've got moving fluffy creatures though that love to get mixed up with one's feet which I wouldn't want to step on. ...To be perfectly honest, the most fun way to charge sigils is with orgasms.
...Take using cards, I'm experimenting with sorting cards which epitomize the desired outcome into a pile...then sorting through those, to find the best of the bunch, then stacking them- gradually reducing to just one or two absolutely essential ones directly under the one. The process itself gives it strength.
I also think this is why doing someone elses spell/magick/routine/words never works as well as concocting a bespoke one for yourself?
Plus work done with tarot really starts with the best choice of deck for the job...
It depends on your style. Tyson and Kraig are very much Western ceremonial magicians. Renee leans more toward Wicca. Haven't read James' book but I've heard good squeaky noises about it.
...I've been thinking lately about using more for quarters and such than just the Aces. There are some decks that use specific attributes for the Courts regarding elements and such. Certain rituals might benefit from that kind of specialization.