The Tarot: Methods, Mastery, and More

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 238 pages
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Engaging on both a theoretical and practical level, this book rediscovers the roots of divination in language and story, delves into the uses of Tarot for wellness of mind and body, explains the alchemical illuminations that Tarot can bring to personal growth, and raises the provacative idea that Tarot can contribute to planetary regeneration. A new vision of Tarot mastery emerges, one that goes beyond the achievement of skill to become the transformation of self. And along the way, practical insights, whimsical excursions, and unexpected characters create an intriguing picture of today's Tarot.--From publisher description.

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About the author (1996)

Giles has a Ph.D. in the humanities, specializing in Jungian studies. Her interest in the Tarot spans fifteen years of reading, teaching, and scholarship.

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