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Nancy’s book is fast becoming a classic amongst those who want to bring something more to their readings, something other than knowledge of the cards. If you want to include your psychic skills to the table and to improve them, this book can really help. One of my favorite techniques of Nancy’s is the Initial Image.
A good way to get your intuitive compass pointing north during a reading is to seek out an initial image. The initial image is like no other technique proposed by other tarot readers. It is ideally suited for reading using psychic tarot in that one receives a psychic message or image before reading any cards. It is a quickly flashed image of the
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If you are interested in the rich stories and mythology of the orishas and are already familiar with tarot, the Orisha Tarot is a wonderful way to learn. One of the great benefits of tarot is that once you know the basic language, you have a kind of Rosetta stone for learning other things by using themed decks.
The art is fresh and lively and draws upon the layered symbolism of the orisha tradition. The book tells the stories, provides interpretations, and includes solutions to various situations represented by the cards. Let’s take a look at one of my favorites, Oshun as the Lovers
Two Llewellyn titles have been named as finalists for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards!
Foreword Reviews' Book of the Year Awards were established to bring about increased attention to the literary and graphic achievements of independent publishers and their authors. During the judging process, books are judged based on their editorial excellence, the originality of their subject matter, accuracy, author credentials, and professional packaging, among other things.
Among the finalists are:
The Book of Sacred Baths, by Paulette Kouffman Sherman (Adult Nonfiction—Body, Mind & Spirit)
The Strength of Sensitivity, by Kyra Mesich, PsyD (Adult Nonfiction—Body,