TAROT

What is Tarot? If all you owned was a deck of Tarot cards, with proper study & meditation you could unlock the secrets of the universe. The cards are a pictorial text-book of ancient symbolism, useful for self-development as well as for divination. About Tarot Card Readings - Do you own a deck of tarot cards? Learn about tarot readings at All Things Healing online! For more information about tarot card readings, visit All Things Healing online today!

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by Candida Maurer, PhD, LMT, CHTP

I often do Tarot readings to mark the change of seasons, and on my birthday to chart a course for the upcoming year. But this year, I decided to do an extra reading. I asked the question, “What is the most important thing for people to keep in mind during this holiday season?..”


Editor's Note:
Here's a reading to give us something to think about during the holidays.

 

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by Lynda Martin

Let us walk through Level 1 of the Tarot Teaching Spread as a tool, a practice used to become wholly (holy) human. This is the level of Mind, of learning the principles of consciousness as applied to the world of time and space. Here are attributes and skills of the mind that, taken together, give us a rich variety of perspectives on any given problem, project or piece of art...

 

Editor's Note: We're continuing our walk through the Tarot - Row 1 is about gaining mastery of our minds - so useful in a world full of distractions! We started with an overview of the Teaching Spread here.

 

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by Fr. Thomas Keating, OSCO

In his foreword to the German edition, von Balthasar writes: “A thinking, praying Christian of unmistakable purity reveals to us to symbols of Christian Hermeticism in its various levels of mysticism, gnosis, and magic, taking in also the Cabbala and certain elements of astrology and alchemy..."

 

Editor's Note: A review of an amazing book by an amazing priest. Fr. Keating is the originator of the Centering Prayer meditation, which has deepened the spiritual practice of many people. The book itself (written anonymously and translated into English) has another interesting fan, the late Pope John Paul II.

 

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by Lynda Martin,
ATH Co-Editor of Tarot

Rows 1 and 2 symbolized the development of mental and emotional attributes. From this comes the stability to encounter spiritual challenges. As the aspirant experiences deeper experiences of the infinite/eternal, the strengths developed in the earlier stages provide channels for inner insights to transform outer life...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: This article is the fourth in a series about how to use Tarot to deeply study wisdom teachings designed to develop spiritually whole human beings. Row 3 of the teaching spread used for generations (see the overview in the Teaching Spread article) is finally about focused spiritual growth. In ancient schools, aspirants were required to develop skills and stability of mind (Row 1) and heart (Row 2) before being admitted to the deeper studies.

 

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Editor's Note: Lately, there's been lots of information published about Pamela Colman Smith, artist of the Rider-Waite deck. In this video, Paul Hughes Barlow talks about Lady Frieda Harris, artist (and collaborator) of the Thoth deck of Aleister Crowley. Several "bet you didn't know that" moments.
 

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by Brigit "Biddy" Esselmont

On April 18, one of our dearest friends passed away under tragic circumstances. Now, more than ever, I am guided by the healing power of the Tarot cards as my husband and I come to terms with what has happened...

 

Editor's Note: Brigit "Biddy" Esselmont is a widely respected Tarot reader from Australia. She also authors one of the best general Tarot sites I have seen. This piece on healing with the Tarot was written especially for ATH readers, and we are honored to publish it.

 

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by Lisa Frideborg Lloyd

This spread covers all three trimesters of the pregnancy from the perspective of both mother and baby, as well as considering important changes to the relationship between mother and father during all three trimesters...

 

Editor's Note: Here is an interesting Tarot spread to use during pregnancy - and it seems to cover all the bases.

 

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Editor's Note: Michael got me going on Pamela Colman Smith (aka Pixie). During the 2010 Tarot Conference in London, some participants toured Smallhythe Place, where Pixie seems to have drawn some of her landscape elements for the deck she created. The archivists brought some of her works out of storage just for the Tarot "tourists". I feel like I've just strolled an English garden!

 

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by Cathy H. Burroughs

The Tarot, long a powerful tool of divination, can also be used as a dramatic tool of healing, and for shifting deep patterns...Using both the structure of the seven Chakras and the images of the Rider-Waite deck, the Chakra Lube Job illustrates how the cards of a layout may be replaced as the healing progresses; as the images shift, they actually depict the process of growth and resolution, similar to time-elapsed photography...

 

 

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by Francesca Simon

We choose our screensavers as tools for transmutation. They transmute our being and raise our vibrations a little higher by evoking fond memories or engaging our hopes and dreams. They help us reconnect to people, places and feelings that bring us joy. They are our modern-day tarot cards...

 

 

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by Theresa Reed

Doing tarot on the fly is a real possibility (and sometimes a necessity) but I have found that the best tarot readings come when both reader and querent have done a little prepping...

 

Editor's Note: This is a very clear and informative article on an under-appreciated part of any reading, the preparation needed by both reader and questioner.

 

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by Susan Levitt

Tarot is an exciting tool for divination, a magical symbolic language that can show us direction in life. But sometimes it can feel overwhelming or intimidating to address your questions and concerns to the tarot. A way to be more at peace before you even start shuffling the cards is to think about your questions before you ask them. Say them out loud, write them down, or communicate about them on some level...

 

 

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by Brigit "Biddy" Esselmont

On April 18, one of our dearest friends passed away under tragic circumstances. Now, more than ever, I am guided by the healing power of the Tarot cards as my husband and I come to terms with what has happened...

 

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