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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We are currently seeking a Co-Editor and/or Assistant Editor for this section. For more information please contact Sherri Carter at sherricarter@allthingshealing.com

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Editor's Note: One of many ways to think about the Tarot and associations to the Zodiac. (Please don't mind the background music. You may want to turn your speakers down.)

 

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by Gareth Knight

One of the key images of the deeper aspects of the Western Mystery Tradition is the discovery of the tomb of Christian Rosencreutz upon the breast of whose incorruptible body lies the Book T. This book is that strange collection of evocative images that is more generally known as the Tarot, which is much more than a fortune telling device...

 

Editor's Note: Gareth Knight is one of the world's leading experts on Tarot, Western Qabalah, and ceremonial magic. This article can be read time and again, as it gives more to the reader each time. There is much wisdom to be found here.

 

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by Liz Christy

I recently had the distinct pleasure of working with Emily Carding's newest tarot deck, The Tarot of the Sidhe and I must say, this deck is truly amazing! I went through the cards one by one and each card simply sent shivers down my spine...

 

Editor's Note: We are not alone - beliefs in nature spirits are universal. Liz Christy explores Emily Carding's beautiful new tarot deck, The Tarot of the Sidhe.

 

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by Mary K. Greer

The Tarot of the Holy Light is a new deck illustrated by Michael Dowers with assistance of his partner, Christine Payne-Towler. I was very excited to hear this deck was coming out as I have been a fan of Christine’s tarot work for a very long time. Christine is one of the few people who has deeply explored the pre-de Gébelin esoteric underpinnings of the Continental Tarot decks...

 

Editor's Note: Enjoy this enlightening review of a tarot deck with unusually complex symbolism.

 

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by John Gilbert, PhD

The Tarot Institute staff reads and analyzes several tarot books and decks every month. We write reviews of only the very best materials available...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: It can be bewildering to research tarot - so many options! John Gilbert has done a good service here by offering a list and summary of books for both the beginner and more experienced explorer. Reviews y other experienced, well know tarot afficiandos are available through the links.

 

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by Lyndall McQuinn

I have just purchased two new tarot decks. One is the Arthurain deck and the other is the Mystic Faerie Tarot...

 

Editor's Note: In this article Lyndall helps us to explore two wonderful Tarot decks: the Arthurain deck and the Mystic Faerie Tarot. Enjoy!

 

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Editor's Note from Michael Santangelo: A thoughtful presentation, worth a careful listen. Paul is widely respected in the field.

 

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by Elinor Greenberg, PhD

When I first started working with Birth Cards, I wondered if any set of Birth Cards would work equally well in shaping a client's therapy. Don't we all have issues that relate to every major arcana card? I have come to believe that although we may all benefit from working with every Birth Card Continuum, our own set of Birth Cards describe us in some way that the others do not...

 

Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: This article is the conclusion of a four-part series on how a highly credentialed psychotherapist uses Tarot in her therapy. Part 4 talks about whether any cards would do as well for selecting birth cards - I'm impressed that Elinor was willing to question and test her own methods. See Part 1 here; Part 2 here; and Part 3 here.

 

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by Elinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP, CPTR

Once I have calculated my client's Birth Cards, I work with these two cards as if they represent two ends of a continuum. A person with "Death-Emperor" Birth Cards, for example, would presumably need to work on issues associated with both cards, but individuals would differ as to where on the continuum their major issues would be...

 

Editor's Note: This article is the third in a four-part series on how a highly credentialed psychotherapist uses Tarot in her therapy. See Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Part 3 is a case-study, and Part 4 talks about some possible objections. I always love to see ways that Tarot can get more respect and help more people!

 

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by Elinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP, CPTR

If my client expresses an interest, I go on to calculate his or her Birth Cards by adding the month, day, century and year of their birth together. In most cases the total can then be reduced to only two major arcana numbers which then become the Birth Cards...

 

Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: This article is the second in a four-part series on how a highly credentialed psychotherapist uses Tarot in her therapy. See Part 1 here. Part 2 shows how to calculate and use two (sometimes three) birth cards to identify the focus of your lifelong learning.

 

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by Elinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP, CPTR

As a practicing psychologist for over 30 years, I am always on the lookout for accurate methods that will help me get to know my clients quickly. Often, the success of the therapy depends on how well I understand my client's approach to life...

 

Editor's Note: This article introduces a four-part series on how a highly credentialed psychotherapist uses Tarot in her therapy. Part 2 shows how to calculate and use two (sometimes three) birth cards to identify the focus of your lifelong learning. Part 3 is a case-study, and Part 4 talks about some possible objections. I always love to see ways that Tarot can get more respect and help more people!

 

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Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: The High Priestess sits between two pillars representing many opposites. When the opposites are at war within us we know no rest, no peace. If we bring the opposites to work in dynamic balance, we know the gift of peace for ourselves and we bring harmony, courage, hope, to others. Right now much of the trauma in the world is due to drastic polarization, a thinking that tells us you must choose either this way or that way as right.

 

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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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