Breaking the Rules Tarot

This book is a companion guide to Breaking the Rules Tarot, an 80 card tarot deck.

Breaking the Rules Tarot

Author: Estelle Daniels

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780692370926

Page: 134

View: 868

This book is a companion guide to Breaking the Rules Tarot, an 80 card tarot deck. It explains all the cards, gives meanings for each card being interpreted and provides sample spreads for giving readings. And in the spirit of the original book, this book is also humorous and irreverent. But these cards and interpretations are real tarot and can bring insight and meaning to your readings. The deck is not a standard tarot deck-there are 24 major arcana and the images are not based upon Rider-Waite. The delicate and colorful images are new and fresh, yet also speak to the intrinsic meanings of the cards. Try it, you'll like it!

Radical Tarot

The mysterious inner workings and applications of successful prediction with Tarot cards can now be explained - replacing vague theories with hard facts. This book truly explains the unexplainable.

Radical Tarot

Author: Pitisci

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781976577697

Page: 220

View: 890

Learn to read the Tarot cards with a clearer understanding than has ever been seen in their history. Radical Tarot reaches into new dimensions of understanding with the Tarot cards never before seen or understood until now. Pitisci breaks all the rules and replaces them with a true source of conclusive techniques that fit into today's world. The mysterious inner workings and applications of successful prediction with Tarot cards can now be explained - replacing vague theories with hard facts. This book truly explains the unexplainable.

A Mystical Practical Guide to Magic

Breaking. Tarot. Rules. There's no one way to do tarot. There's no best way to do
tarot. In this chapter, I want to share with you some tarot lore and tarot questions
that have come up over the years in my life as a tarot reader. Even if you are new
 ...

A Mystical Practical Guide to Magic

Author: Aliza Einhorn

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738765252

Page: 312

View: 416

"This is one of the most straightforward (and that's coming from me), organized and direct books on magic that I've read. ... Aliza is honest, funny, and asks the questions that folks often forget after years of magical or tarot practice. This book is a delight, just like the author."—Melissa Cynova, author of Kitchen Table Magic "Aliza Einhorn's delightful A Mystical Practical Guide to Magic is akin to cozying up in your favorite café with your favorite witch friend, the one who knows all the good stuff and always has your back. Besides presenting an easily accessible overview of the metaphysical arts, this wise and welcoming book offers a veritable cornucopia of magical tools to help you take charge of your life. It's the perfect guide for new seekers and budding witches everywhere!"—Kris Waldherr, bestselling creator of The Goddess Tarot and author of The Book of Goddesses

Tarot and the Gates of Light

Have you ever felt the desire to right injustice by breaking the rules or the law—
retaliating in some way—to restore Balance as you understand it? Does your
response to others who break rules or laws to restore Balance change
depending on ...

Tarot and the Gates of Light

Author: Mark Horn

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1620559315

Page: 544

View: 452

An innovative, spiritual workbook that integrates the Tarot and the Kabbalistic tradition of Counting the Omer • Explores the origins and meaning of the 49-day Kabbalistic meditative practice of Counting the Omer and how it can lead to spiritual revelation, personal insight, and connection with the Divine • Reveals the correspondence of the Tarot’s minor arcana with the Sephirot of the Tree of Life and explains how both relate to the Omer meditation • Provides a daily practice workbook that explores the related Sephirot and Tarot cards for each day, examines their Kabbalistic and spiritual meanings, and provides questions for daily reflection and meditation guidance The 49-day mystical practice known as Counting the Omer is an ancient Jewish ritual observed between the holidays of Passover and Shavuot (also known as Pentecost). As practiced by Kabbalists, it is designed to cleanse and purify the soul in preparation for spiritual revelation and a personal connection with God. The ritual creates a spiritual inner journey that follows the path of the ancient Israelites from the moment of their physical freedom from slavery in Egypt to the establishment of their spiritual freedom forty-nine days later when they arrived at Mt. Sinai. Adeptly integrating this mystical practice with the transformative symbolism of the Tarot, Mark Horn uses the ritual of Counting the Omer as a template for a guided meditative practice that gives readers insight into their personal life journey and help in overcoming the issues that hinder their growth and spiritual awakening. Examining the correspondence of the Tarot’s minor arcana with the Sephirot of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, he shows how using the cards in connection with Counting the Omer can unlock the gates to a deep experience of the sacred. In the detailed daily practice workbook section, Horn provides day-by-day descriptions of the 49-day meditative practice of Counting the Omer. He divides the journey into seven week-long segments, which in turn are broken down into seven daily practices. For each day, he explains the related Sephirot and Tarot cards and their Kabbalistic and spiritual meanings, providing the reader with questions for daily reflection, guidance for meditation, and insight from traditional Jewish texts as well as teachings from Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, and Muslim traditions. Unveiling the relationship between Tarot and the Kabbalah, Horn shows readers how uniting these two practices can open them to a deeper experience of the Divine.

Taking the Tarot to Heart

How comfortable would you be with "breaking the rules" in bed—whatever that
means for you? 5. How has your father influenced your approach to love,
romance, and relationships? What kind of example did he set. To what extent are
you like ...

Taking the Tarot to Heart

Author: Mark McElroy

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738705361

Page: 296

View: 828

Emphasizes the practical, not the mystical, to show that anyone can use the Tarot to improve their love life and includes an overview of the Tarot, basic card meanings, and exercises and sample spreads that effectively demonstrate how to use the techniques. Original.

Archetypal Tarot

As you go through this book, clarify for yourself your intentions in working with the
tarot: What do you want to learn from it? I still advocate breaking rules (when
common sense supports that) in order to learn what rules are worth keeping.

Archetypal Tarot

Author: Mary K. Greer

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 163341227X

Page: 288

View: 311

“A fantastic book that gives deep insights into your personality, life, and journey based on your birth card.” —Theresa Reed The tarot cards associated with your birth date and name form a pattern of personal destiny. They describe the theme of your life—the challenges and the gifts. In Archetypal Tarot, popular tarot practitioner and astrologer Mary Greer connects astrology and numerology to the tarot to create an in-depth personality profile that anyone can use for self-realization and personal harmony. Greer takes readers on a personal exploration of how the tarot can be used as a tool for learning more about themselves and others. The book includes: Detailed instructions, charts, and exercises on how to determine your soul and personality cards How to determine your year card and name card The opportunities and challenges you will face Journaling and exploratory exercises Archetypal Tarot is a valuable tool for anyone wishing to learn how to use the tarot to interpret their strengths, challenges, and innermost desires. All you need is a pen and your date of birth and you can learn to cast your own tarot chart. This book was previously published as Who Are You in the Tarot. This new edition includes a foreword by Theresa Reed, author of Tarot: No Questions Asked, and a new preface by the author.

Who Are You in the Tarot

As you go through this book, clarify for yourself your intentions in working with the
tarot: What do you want to learn from it? I still advocate breaking rules (when
common sense supports that) in order to learn what rules are worth keeping.

Who Are You in the Tarot

Author: Mary Greer

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609255886

Page: 272

View: 494

The tarot cards associated with your birth date and name form a pattern of personal destiny. They describe the theme of your life--the challenges and the gifts. In Who Are You in the Tarot?, popular tarot practitioner and astrologer Mary Greer connects astrology and numerology to the tarot to create an in-depth personality profile that anyone can use for self-realization and personal harmony. Greer takes the reader on a very personal exploration of how the tarot can be used as a tool for learning more about themselves and others. The book includes: * Detailed instructions, charts, and exercises on how to determine your soul and personality cards * How to determine your year card and name card * The opportunities and challenges you will face * Extensive graphs, charts, and appendices * Journaling and exploratory exercises Who Are You in the Tarot? is a valuable tool for anyone wishing to develop a deeper understanding of the tarot and how it can be used to interpret one’s strengths, challenges, and innermost desires.

Breaking the Rules

... though Flack included a rainbow in the mirror as a symbol of transcendence ,
the skull remains the dominant image . Over the fortune - telling tarot card is a
photograph of a young girl whom the viewer might identify as an image of the
artist .

Breaking the Rules

Author: Audrey Flack

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 159

View: 297

This book covers all periods of Flack's career to date, including her early abstract expressionist canvases, photojournalistic portraits, photorealist still lifes and more recent sculptures of goddess figures.

Gifts

Stuart Kaplan . Encyclopedia of Tarot . US Games Systems , NY , 1978 . Bea
Nettles . Breaking the Rules : A Photo Media Cookbook . Inky Press Productions ,
Rochester , NY , 1977 . Bea Nettles . Flamingo in the Dark : Images by Bea
Nettles .

Gifts

Author: Bea Nettles

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 20

View: 759

All about Tarot

His achievements , which will not be attained easily , but rather by means of hard
, back - breaking work , will be highly ... He likes to live by clear , unequivocal
rules , as dictated by the society in which he lives . ... I = 131 = All About Tarot.

All about Tarot

Author: Hali Morag

Publisher:

ISBN: 9789654940627

Page: 240

View: 882

This book presents a full portrait of tarot cards. It includes an illustration and description of each of the 78 cards, as well as an explanation of each card and the symbols it contains.

Learning the Tarot

The tarot is a set of 78 intriguing picture cards that tend to trigger personal insights, enhance intuition and deepen awareness. My goal in Learning the Tarot is to give you the basics you need to begin working with the tarot on your own.

Learning the Tarot

Author: Joan Bunning

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781578630486

Page: 320

View: 221

A beginner's guide to the tarot, including a course of 19 lessons covering the basics and then moving gradually into more advanced concepts.

The Skirted Garden

BREAKING THE RULES Taught workshops : Friends of Photography ( with Ansel
Adams , Jerry Uelsmann , Eikoh Hosoe ... Working with the same printer who had
done Mountain Dream Tarot , I designed and pasted up the book and went ...

The Skirted Garden

Author: Bea Nettles

Publisher: Inky PressProductions

ISBN:

Page: 44

View: 346

"I chose to name this book primarily after a painting by the same name done over 20 years ago ... I would also like to speak to the importance of the garden in my own life. I am a gardener, as are my parents. It is not surprising that working with plants is an activity I require. I also love to share starts of plants with others. This gives me the greatest pleasure. Perhaps it contributes to my desire for immortality, but when people tell me they think of me when they see a plant I gave them doing well in their yard I feel great. There are some parallels to making art and tending one's garden, but again sharing is a key activity. It is reassuring to think that sometimes something that I have nurtured and grown (and here I mean an idea or an image) can be split up, shared, and even better yet transplanted into someone else's backyard"--Conclusion.

Outsider Tarot

This book is the essential guide to the symbolism, meanings and framework of the Outsider Tarot, created by Bobby Abate.

Outsider Tarot

Author: Bobby Abate

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780578823782

Page:

View: 847

This book is the essential guide to the symbolism, meanings and framework of the Outsider Tarot, created by Bobby Abate. Reinterpreting every single card, the Outsider Tarot marries ancient esoteric systems with the colorful and revolutionary spirit of Outsiders past and present. In addition to in-depth information and background on every aspect of the deck, this guidebook also includes a two-page discussion for each card, instructions on how to do readings, a brief history of the Tarot, and a selection of spreads designed specifically for the Outsider Tarot.The spark of inspiration was to create a deck that directly channels the wisdom of our beautifully eccentric, forward-thinking predecessors to provide guidance through obstacles and toward enlightenment. The artwork of the Outsider Tarot is hand drawn, channeling the style of old-school Tarot decks, vintage comic books, and pop art. From diva to drag queen, poet to hustler, rebel to hacktivist, essential worker to young migrant, renegade filmmakers to queer tattooist, transgender icon to uncompromising revolutionary, the Outsider Tarot is an indispensable divination tool for anyone who lives beyond the boundaries of society.

Tarot Set

Spreading ruin and scattering ban , Splashing and paddling with hoofs of a goat ,
And breaking the golden lilies afloat With the ... This sign rules the tenth house of
the zodiac , the house of status , career , material needs and responsibilities .

Tarot Set

Author: Jane Lyle

Publisher: Thunder Bay Press

ISBN: 9781592231386

Page: 176

View: 856

The Tarot Set includes 22 cards of the Major Arcana and 56 cards of the Minor Arcana featuring the rich symbolism of Medieval Europe, along with a purple reading cloth to preserve the energy of the cards. The Illustrated Book of the Tarot offers a clear and comprehensive guide to Tarot, explaining the theories behind the practice and a step-by-step guide to reading the cards. Over 100 color illustrations are also provided.

The Comics Journal

Moore does it himself on one breaking their own rules . The comic gets occasion :
On meeting the tarot emblem into a tangle with a passage matching of the
Universe , a woman ( imagination ) days of the week with kabbalistic spheres
with a ...

The Comics Journal

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 877

Writing Open the Mind

The Tarot images are symbols , pieces , and parts of fundamental human
experience or universal laws , fundamental energetics that exist in this world —
The Death Card , The Judgement ... wrote . unless of course you're Breaking the
Rules .

Writing Open the Mind

Author: Andy Couturier

Publisher: Ulysses Press

ISBN:

Page: 248

View: 763

Learn incredibly powerful techniques for tapping into your subconscious while composing prose to transform and enhance your creative writing abilities. Powerful writing comes naturally when your mind is energized and experimental, when it can take risks and follow the unexpected. Use the techniques in this book to jump-start your creativity, learn new tricks and expand your writing repertoire. • Use the surrealist technique of "automatic writing" • Play with archetypal imagery from the Tarot • Learn from the resonances of the body • Write in diverse voices and styles • Connect with the luminous natural world • Scramble word sequences to break the habit of making "sense" in a linear way. Writing Open the Mind is a rollicking guide that opens dozens of gateways to the subconscious world. Whether you are writing for publication or for personal pleasure, the practical tools and liberating philosophy found in this book will release the genius of the intuitive mind.

The Renaissance Tarot

Leo is the zodiac sign associated with Strength , a sign which rules the heart ,
and which must find courage through love and a sense of ... Some later tarot
decks even show a muscular male figure , others a woman breaking a stone
pillar .

The Renaissance Tarot

Author: Jane Lyle

Publisher: Fireside

ISBN: 9780684854908

Page: 192

View: 792

Featuring a beautiful, richly symbolic Tarot deck inspired by medieval and Renaissance Europe, and a clear, easy-to-use instructional handbook, this unusual package will appeal to novice and experienced readers, as well as collectors of Tarot cards. 78 color cards.

The Ultimate Guide to the Thoth Tarot

With this remarkable guide, you'll also uncover the top ten most important: Interpretations for each suit Ways of using a single card Spread layout techniques Tips and rules for interpretation And more

The Ultimate Guide to the Thoth Tarot

Author: Johannes Fiebig

Publisher: Llewellyn Publications

ISBN: 9780738743363

Page: 240

View: 559

Discover everything you ever wanted to know about the Thoth Tarot with this incredibly detailed and easy-to-use guide. The Ultimate Guide to the Thoth Tarot details the ten most important symbols on every card in the deck, including each one's practical and spiritual meanings. Writing in a convenient format designed for quick reference, tarot experts Johannes Fiebig and Evelin Bürger also provide tips, facts, and lore to improve your reading skills.

Breaking Free

... set down in the late thirteenth century explicating the rules governing behavior
in Viking society several centuries earlier . ... to Sweden in the eighteenth century
and played with forty - two picture cards , is probably descended from Tarot .

Breaking Free

Author: Ivar Lo-Johansson

Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press

ISBN:

Page: 478

View: 750

Mikael is an impulsive, imaginative, and rebellious boy whose family earns a meager existence working on an estate in Sweden in the early 20th century. As he grows up he learns the reality of the lives of estate workers, their love for the land, and their subservience to the estate owners.