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Article Topic: Tarot

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Mystical Cats Tarot
Date: 2014-05-26   By: Barbara Moore
Cats are a popular theme for tarot and oracle decks, and for good reason. For centuries cats have been associated with religion, spirituality, and mysticism. Today, cats are much loved, as companions and as symbols of independence and a lack of concern for the opinions of others. We fancy that this spirit is born of an inner confidence that knows exactly what it wants and the best ways to achieve while maintaining a sense of nobility. In many ways, cats are metaphoric role models. Here, tarot expert Barbara Moore discusses the "purr-ks" of using the Mystical Cats Tarot.
Oh, Those Enchanting Oracles!
Date: 2008-08-11   By: Barbara Moore
Other Uses for the Tarot: Meditation
Date: 2008-10-16   By: Janina Renée
Other Uses for the Tarot: Visualization
Date: 2008-02-17   By: Janina Renée
Personalize Your Tarot Readings Through Spreadcrafting
Date: 2013-03-04   By: Tierney Sadler
A good tarot reading is often like a story, reconstructing, constructing, and forecasting relevant pieces of a person's life to bring understanding about a particular topic. While our tarot cards reveal the details of the story, it's the spread that provides an outline and asks the right questions. Tierney Sadler, creator of The Deck of 1000 Spreads, explains why crafting your own spread is the best way to ensure your reading is perfectly tailored.
Play with Your Cards
Date: 2010-06-14   By: Barbara Moore
Tarot decks were originally used to play a trick-taking card came called Tarrochi. While the game is still played, particularly in Europe, tarot cards are more often used for readings, with readers approaching tarot more seriously and understanding the wisdom, advice, and guidance that the cards provide. But that close connection between cards (even tarot cards) and games cannot be overlooked, and can actually be used to liven up your tarot practice. Here, tarot expert Barbara Moore provides some fun ideas to play with your cards—and experience the tarot anew.
Pythagorean Numerology and Tarot
Date: 2009-08-20   By: Anthony Louis
Reading and Ceremony for Charging a Tarot Deck
Date: 2007-03-05   By: Joy Vernon
Your Tarot deck is an incredible tool for augury, and it is particularly sensitive to outside forces and energy. Many of the positive energy vibes your deck absorbs can help your readings. However, negative energies can sometimes pervade your deck, and you ought to know how to clear away these negative influences. Joy Vernon informs you how this can be done, and guides you through a ritual to charge it with the correct forces.
Reading Tarot Cards: Divining Our Life Path
Date: 2015-05-08   By: Katalin Koda
Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice Part III: Study
Date: 2009-12-07   By: Barbara Moore
In her article series on revitalizing Tarot practice, Tarot expert Barbara Moore has addressed both decks and spreads. In this article, she approaches using the tarot as a framework for study, to enhance both your knowledge and your practice.

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