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Vacation with the Cards

This post was written by Barbara Moore
on July 12, 2012 | Comments (3)

Need a vacation but don’t have the time? Or do you need a vacation right NOW? Here’s a simple way to take a quick get-away.

Pick a tarot card. Look at it until you can see it with your eyes closed. Lay back. Imagine the card getting larger and larger until you can step into it. Then step in and see what happens.

For example, perhaps you’d like to visit Loch Ness courtesy of the forthcoming Sacred Sites Tarot:

 

Or maybe give the Wheel a spin with the Wheel of Fortune from the Dark Fairytale Tarot:

I cannot, however, recommend visiting the Strength card also from the Dark Fairytale. She’s not as charming as you’d think!

 

As for me, I’d like to take a hot air balloon ride with the Steampunk Tarot’s Page of Swords in the morning, explore some Egyptian ruins with the Knight of Wands in the afternoon, and have some cocktails with the ladies in the 3 of Cups in the evening.

 

What cards would you visit as a vacation?

 

Reader Comments

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#1 
Written By Ty Bevington
on July 12th, 2012 @ 10:37 am

There are a number of cards in the Tarot of the Pirates I’d like to step into-feel the sea breeze in my face, the roll of the deck, a little rum-fueled camaraderie, a little wenching, and I’ve always wanted to fire a cannon…but I’ll skip the cards with ghosts and shipwrecks!

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Written By Karen Schumann
on July 16th, 2012 @ 12:38 pm

I know it’s been days since you posted this question, but I had to think about it a bit because I tend to vacation in all the Tarot decks I read. This weekend, however, I really, really, really wanted to go to Hogwarts. Since there is no ‘official’ Harry P. Tarot deck (and, why?) I found that visiting Mandrake Academy in Corrine Kenner’s Wizards Tarot was every bit as satisfying and much more true to my life.

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Written By Lisa Frideborg Lloyd
on July 17th, 2012 @ 7:06 am

Hmmmm… I think I would have to go with the mermaids and dolphins in the Cups suit of the Angel Tarot Cards by Doreen Virtue… It’s been ages since I visited a seaside resort, and to play in the surf on a sunny day is my idea of Paradise after weeks of heavy rain up here in Old Blighty. Can I just add that one shouldn’t have to drink cups of tea to stay warm in July. It’s just wrong.

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