Illuminated: A Journal for Your Tarot Practice | Author: Caitlin Keegan
Illuminated: A Journal for Your Tarot Practice is at once a primer on tarot and a sacred space to record and reflect on your readings. As you cultivate a personal practice-whether you pull a daily card to set an intention or a spread to ask for guidance on a time-sensitive obstacle-this journal is a place to work through tough challenges, come to surprising conclusions, and see things clearly.
An informative introduction includes tips for beginners followed by a glossary of the seventy-eight cards in a standard deck. The common interpretations are listed for each card, along with a pair of corresponding questions for the reader to reflect on. The Fool card, for example, typically represents a curious, fearless novice who is open to change and ready for anything. When you pull the Fool, you'll be asked to consider- How can I be more playful and less fearful? What journey is about to begin? As you strengthen your understanding of tarot, Illuminated will help light the way to more introspective readings and a deeper connection to the spiritual world around you.
18.2 x 13.6cm
Procrastination: How to do it well | Author: The School of Life
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Many of us are quiet geniuses at the art of procrastination. We tend to feel so guilty about everything we haven't done yet (and the hours frittered away as though...
Great Ideas: Books V. Cigarettes | Author: George Orwell
Beginning with a dilemma about whether he spends more money on reading or smoking, George Orwell's entertaining and uncompromising essays go on to explore everything from the perils of second-hand...
Great Ideas: Writings From the Zen masters | Author: Various
These are unique stories of timeless wisdom and understanding from the Zen Masters. With rich and fascinating tales of swords, tigers, tea, flowers and dogs, the writings of the Masters...