Pathwork is deep work. You want to use the tarot to improve yourself, to explore your spiritual path, and to get to know the cards better but feel stuck, maybe it's time to take your study to the next level. Maybe it's time to really dig in. To give you a good understanding of what this work is like, below is a lengthy excerpt that gives an example of how Leeza Robertson approaches the Minors.
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The Sevens in many respects are ambiguous, with each of these cards seeming to have an ‘either or’ type meaning or representation. Just when you think you have a seven sorted it out, it throws up another possibility. I guess this is why the
In The Language of Tarot, Jeannie Reed teaches us her system for reading the cards, a system that has satisfied her clients for over 30 years. Tarot is a language and when you learn it, you can read the cards like reading a book. You can read an excerpt below and find out more HERE.
Let’s say a reporter is walking down the street and comes upon the scene of a fire.
He pulls out his notebook and starts asking questions: “What happened? Do you know how it started? Do you know where it started? Is anybody hurt? What hospital did the victims go to?” And by asking all kinds of questions like this, the reporter puts together the story of that
Hey friends, it's that time of year again! The Llewellyn annuals are almost ready to go. Llewellyn's Tarot Calendar is in its third year and looking as great as ever. Full of beautiful art, awesome tips, fun facts, and spreads, this calendar will bring tarot into each day of the year. Find out more HERE.
A Practical Guide to the Lenormand Oracle Cards by Christiane Renner really is a practical and attractive companion to your Lenormand deck, this book’s core value is in the card combinations, which is one of the most important aspects of reading Lenormand cards. There are brief instructions for doing a Grand Tableaux.
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The easiest way to showcase this book’s usefulness is to show you a page.