The Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum is a bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events that feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our fifth in the series, on Tarot: The Best and Worst Questions to Ask Your Cards, featured The author Sasha Graham, Tarot by the Moon author Victoria Constantino, Cirque du Tarot author Leeza Robertson, and Fearless Tarot author Elliot Adam.
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An ENORMOUS thank you to our LlewellynCon presenters today: Brandon Weston, Jessica Marie Baumgartner, Elliot Adam, and Ansuha Wijeyakumar!
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Watch Brandon Weston: Ozark Witches, Past and Present
Watch Jessica Marie Baumgartner: Finding Magic in Nature
Watch Elliot Adam: Tarot in Love
Watch Anusha Wijeyakumar, MA: Meditation Made Easy: 5-MInute Daily Practices for Balancing
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Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Elliot Adam, author of the new Fearless Tarot.
For many, the appearance of the Tower is often looked at as a disappointment. However, this card also holds the promise of a major psychological breakthrough. The Tower sweeps away any rationalizations based on artifice. It can remove the protective walls we've built around a sensitive vulnerability—which we may have trouble facing.
In this excerpt from my book, Fearless Tarot: How to Give a Positive Reading in Any Situation, I offer a constructive approach to viewing the tarot's most volatile card.
The people falling from the Tower were prisoners of their own making.
It's been quite a year, and it will likely continue to be quite a year. For so many reasons, many of us feel ragged and worn. A little inner peace would be nice. Elliot Adam, author of Fearless Tarot, has some words of wisdom for us, brought to us by the Four of Swords.
Fearless Tarot, by Elliot Adam
Four of Swords from Llewellyn's Classic Tarot
"Restoring inner peace."
The Four of Swords symbolizes our need for inner peace. It encourages rest and recuperation. The appearance of the Four of Swords gently reminds you to call your attention to your body, and any areas where tension has been building up. You may need to give yourself some peace and quiet to