The tarot has been a part of Barbara Moore’s personal and professional lives for over a decade. In college, the tarot intrigued her with its marvelous blending of mythology, psychology, art, and history. Later, she served as the tarot specialist for Llewellyn Publications. Over the years, she has been active in the American Tarot Association and has spoken at tarot conferences around the United States. Barbara’s articles on the tarot have appeared in several tarot publications and in Llewellyn Publications New Worlds of Mind and Spirit magazine. She has also sat on the Tarot Journal editorial board. Barbara’s own education in the tarot has been and continues to be broad and enlightening. She has studied under renowned tarot scholars Mary K. Greer and Rachel Pollack, and she has taught the tarot to all manner of would-be tarot readers.
Barbara enjoys the challenge of giving a voice to tarot cards and oracle decks. She has had the good fortune to write books for several decks, including A Guide to Mystic Faerie Tarot, The Gilded Tarot Companion, The Hip Witch Tarot, Enchanted Oracle and The Mystic Dreamer Tarot.
This book turned out so wonderfully! Using over 50 decks gives the reader a great sense of the variety available to them. Flipping through the full color pages is almost like opening a jewelry box filled with bright gems.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here's a peek inside. You can find out more HERE.
Author Lisa Freinkel Tishman, PhD, brings us a new way to work with and think about our cards. You can find out more about her book HERE. She explains the difference between mantic tarot and mindful tarot in this excerpt:
In a recent blog post, Tarot expert Mary K. Greer quotes educator Parker Palmer’s famous dictum: “Wholeness does not mean perfection: it means embracing brokenness as an integral part of life.” She goes on to challenge the Tarot community:
Many people come to Tarot readings in hopes of “fixing” their lives—obtaining information and guidance that will help them make the “right” decisions and no mistakes—guaranteeing
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It may be called Llewellyn’s Little Book of Tarot but it sure packs a big punch. With images from over 40 decks, 8 exercises, 41 tarot tips, 27 symbolism highlights, and 17 journal prompts, there is a lot to explore.
The design works perfectly with the content. With its full color pages and small, pick-up-able size, it just begs to be flipped through. It invites dipping in and out, as the mood strikes. No need for a big commitment to “study” the cards or setting aside large time chunks for reading. If you are busy and still want to enjoy the benefits and delights of tarot, this book is perfect for you.
Tarot is deep and powerful and maybe sometimes