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Article Topic: Tarot

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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.
Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice Part IV—A Few More Ideas
Date: 2009-12-14   By: Barbara Moore
Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I: Decks
Date: 2009-08-03   By: Barbara Moore
"Tarot Reader Burnout" happens to most tarotists at some time or another. Just as anything can become dull and stagnant, so too can your reading practice or study. Tarot expert Barbara Moore offers a myriad tips and tricks to reinvigorate your tarot practice.
Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part II: Spreads
Date: 2009-10-19   By: Barbara Moore
In "Revitalizing Your Tarot Practice, Part I—Decks," tarot expert Barbara Moore looked at ways of recovering from "Tarot Reader Burnout" by using or incorporating another deck. However, what can you do if you only have one deck, do not wish to use another deck, or want to renew your enjoyment of an old favorite deck? Discover techniques that can revitalize your tarot practice by using and creating new spreads.
Rite for Tarot Magic
Date: 2009-04-30   By: Janina Renée
Sacred Space, Tarot, and Your Magical Practice
Date: 2016-05-02   By: Sasha Graham
Sacred space is the pliable and expansive place where creative possibility exists. Sacred space, like a crossroads, becomes a threshold where multiple possibilities converge. Tarot cards can easily be used as a gateway to this sacred space, the sacred space within ourselves, to achieve our magical goals. Sasha Graham, author of the new 365 Tarot Spells, explains.
Scanning a Tarot Reading
Date: 2011-10-11   By: Barbara Moore
Usually when we scan an email or an article, we miss important information or significant details. When we use scanning in a tarot reading, as a single step in a multi-step process, it becomes a powerful tool that creates a framework for the message. Here Tarot expert Barbara Moore discusses how scanning a tarot reading can provide valuable insight.
Searching for Answers?
Date: 2008-08-25   By: Barbara Moore
Tarot is a tool useful in many ways for many things, from meditation and spiritual insight to divination and fortunetelling. Yet, everytime we consult the tarot, we are in search of some sort of answer. Tarot expert Barbara Moore explains how the questions we ask in hopes of an answer are just as important as the answer itself.
Seasons of Tarot: Spring
Date: 2009-04-20   By: Barbara Moore
Spring is a time when possibilities abound and seeds, both literal and metaphorical, are planted with high hopes. What cards in the tarot represent the energy of spring better than the Aces? Tarot expert Barbara Moore details three spreads to use the Aces to their full potential.
Seasons of Tarot: Yule
Date: 2008-12-01   By: Barbara Moore
Despite the decorations, parties, and gifts of the holiday season (or perhaps because of them), this can be a particularly trying and stressful time of year. During this season of darkness, it helps to be light. Barbara Moore illustrates how to use the Tarot to bring light to a season deserving of light.

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