Tarot for Your Self: A Workbook for Personal Transformation

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Red Wheel/Weiser, Jan 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 299 pages
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Originally published in 1984, this is a classic in its field. Not only is it the first book to promote reading the cards for your own insight, but it also shows you exactly how to do so. It revolutionizes learning Tarot through a combined emphasis on self-teaching techniques and personal insight.

Never before has a Tarot book so comprehensively linked the many areas of New Age thought. You will find journal writing, mythology, psychology, self-help, relationships, prosperity and right livelihood, crystals, channeling, astrology, numerology, poetry, art, and occult metaphysics--all explored and integrated with the Tarot.

This revised edition features:
Expanded interpretations for the Minor Arcana.
Reversed card meanings for all 78 cards.
An entirely new history-based appendix on the latest research and discoveries.
Information on your Shadow/Teacher cards.
A new introduction.
An updated bibliography.

Tarot for Your Self uses meditations, rituals, spreads, mandalas, visualizations, dialogues, charts, affirmations, and other activities to help you establish your own relationship with the cards. All the information is presented using the best in traditional knowledge and know-how. This powerful breakthrough process will turn all your readings into truly transformative experiences.
 

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A wonderful work course

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Mary K Greer is one of the top Tarot scholars in the world. She created this book so you can discover the Tarot in a very personal way. This is great for any student and especially those having an ... Read full review

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Tarot for Your Self A Workbook for Personal Transformation by Mary K. Greer This great 299 page divination workbook was a blast to review. This nice thing about this one is the content and layout, it ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
15
Introduction
19
Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted with the Cards
27
Chapter 2 The Tarot Journal
51
Chapter 3 Reading the Cards
75
Chapter 4 The Celtic Cross Spread
89
Chapter 5 The Court Card Personalities
103
Reading in Depth
117
Chapter 10 Healing
187
Chapter 11 Crystals and Tarot
201
Chapter 12 Design and Creativity with the Tarot
213
Epilogue
229
Interpreting the Cards
231
Tarot History and Theory of Origins
273
Table of Correspondences
285
Endnotes
289

Chapter 7 Dealing with Moods Emotions and Relationships
139
Chapter 8 Prosperity and Planning
155
Chapter 9 Becoming Conscious of What You Create
173
Bibliography
293
About the Author
299
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Mary K. Greer is the author of five books on the Tarot, including Tarot Mirrors. A student of Tarot for 34 years, Mary is a Tarot Grandmaster and an Arch Priestess in the Fellowship of Isis. She is featured at Tarot conferences and symposia around the world, is active in Internet discussion groups, and directs Tools and Rites of Transformation (TAROT), an educational center for the study of divination, women's mysteries, and the transformative arts.

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