Everyday Tarot: Using the Cards to Make Better Life Decisions

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Weiser Books, Nov 9, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 160 pages
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This text focuses on the psychological meanings that can be found in the symbolism of tarot cards. Rather than simply predicting a future in which we have no real choice, the author's clear interpretations provide guidelines that should lead readers to insights and self-understanding. The book offers tips on choosing a deck, designing layouts and giving readings for individuals and groups.
  

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Review: Every Day Tarot: A Choice Centered Book

User Review  - Jinnie - Goodreads

This is the most useful tarot books I've read. It isn't tied into any specific deck, and so is not reliant on set images. Instead, it takes a more psychological approach at card interpretation than ... Read full review

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Contents

CHOOSING A TAROT DECK
6
THE STRUCTURE OF A TAROT DECK
18
THE DEVELOPMENT OF NUMBER
27
THE FOUR SUITS
38
THE MINOR ARCANA
44
THE MAJOR ARCANA
78
DESIGNING A LAYOUT
104
THE READING PROCESS
117
WAYS TO USE THE CARDS
132
EXPANDING YOUR SKILLS
150
INDEX
152
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About the author (2001)

Born in China and raised in Japan by missionary parents, Gail Fairfield was encouraged to discover her own answers to life's questions. She was drawn to the tarot in 1973, and it has allowed her to combine her background in psychology and her practical experience as a teacher with her intuition to create the choice-centered view of life that she introduces here. She is also the author of "Choice-Centered Relating" and the "Tarot and Choice-Centered Astrology". Fairfield currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

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