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Date: 2007-01-15 By: Janina Renée
Do you need inspiration for a fun, unique, and enlightening get-together? Think about a party focused on Tarot Court characters. You and your guests can discover unknown characteristics about yourselves through creative art projects, dress-up games, and innovative readings. Enjoy!
Date: 2006-10-09 By: Sandra Tabatha Cicero
Tarot cards can be used in virtually any magical setting to uncover hidden meanings, discover new information, and to reach divine powers, energies, and beings. Chic & Sandra Tabatha Cicero, authors of Tarot Talismans, explains how to use Tarot cards to craft rituals around individual angels to reach a specific goal.
Date: 2006-04-03 By: Mark McElroy
Leonardo da Vinci didn’t play by the rules. He accepted commissions he never finished. He invented machines so advanced, the technology of his day couldn’t produce them. He completed masterpieces -- like The Last Supper -- using untested and ...
Date: 2006-04-01 By: Sheila Hall
Clustering exercises offer another creative way to work with the tarot. Some people have heard of a clustering exercise where you write down a main idea in the center of a piece of paper and then brainstorm by jotting down thoughts and ideas all ...
Date: 2005-07-25 By: Lisa Hunt
Renowned psychoanalyst and author James Hillman said in his book Dream Animals, “The imagination is itself a great animal.” What is it about animals that captivates us and sparks our imaginations? Just this morning my young children were ...
Date: 2005-05-02 By: Mark McElroy
If we are to solve problems, from those confined to a single individual to those afflicting whole nations, we must learn how to identify and break out of restrictive mindsets... In other words, we must learn how to keep an open mind – one of the most ...
Date: 2004-09-27 By: Mary K. Wilson
In the Qabalah system, the Tree of Life contains spheres and paths, all leading to the crown, Kether. This crown corresponds to the crown chakra and the source of all divine energy. For those on a spiritual path, a myriad of tools exist to help ...
Date: 2004-06-14 By: Mark McElroy
The Deck is Out There: Three Simple Principles to Help You Find the Deck of Your Dreams Remember the good old days when ice cream came in two flavors? When televisions received just three networks? When Henry Ford offered customers any color car ...
Date: 2004-05-03 By: Mark McElroy
Answering the Tough Questions Authors get asked all kinds of questions. Just last month, in fact, a woman stopped me at a trade show and asked, “Who does your hair color?” Since I don’t color my hair, I told the truth: “My mom made it for ...
Date: 2004-02-23 By: Barbara Moore
Although most people don’t know it, the Tarot is kind of like the Swiss Army Knife of self-help tools. The seventy-eight cards of the Tarot deck are well known as predictors of the future, the favored instrument of fortunetellers. But did you know ...