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Tarot Healer: Using the Cards to Deepen Your Chakra Healing Work
At the time of this writing (late-March), the world was in a shaky place. Maybe we still are in June. In any case, having a strong foundation makes getting through daily life easier and is essential for surviving the larger challenges we face. One way to achieve that is to have a healthy root chakra.
In her forthcoming book, Tarot Healer, Roberston gives us a complete system for assessing and nurturing your chakra system with tarot. In this excerpt we have an exercise that is just one of a series of exercises working with the Root chakra. Even this part, though, provides plenty of food for
Intentional Tarot is a remarkable book that begins where a reading usually ends. A reading usually describes what happened, what is happening, and what is likely to happen, all very useful information. However, most of us don’t believe that we live in a predetermined universe. Most of us believe that we the will and ability to shape our own future. This book teaches us how to use our cards to do just that. Here’s a look into Hesselroth’s wisdom:
In a traditional tarot reading the Querent wants to learnsomething of benefit to their question at hand. In Intentional Tarot we want to dosomething of benefit to someone or some situation.
Tarot Inspired Life
Sometimes living an inspired life means having tools to deal with times where inspiration or creativity feel blocked or lacking. Luckily, Elford gives us a spread to help with those times.