365 Tarot Activities

  • Title: 365 Tarot Activities
  • Author: Deanna Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781491200346
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tarot Activities Tarot cards have been used at least since the s as a source of divination and fortune telling and has been in commercial production since the s when the Rider Waite Smith decks were publishe
    Tarot cards have been used at least since the 1400 s as a source of divination and fortune telling and has been in commercial production since the 1900 s when the Rider Waite Smith decks were published Today it has become a staple with people of many faiths as a way to put things in perspective, seek possible outcomes to a query, or for guidance to a problem or situation.Tarot cards have been used at least since the 1400 s as a source of divination and fortune telling and has been in commercial production since the 1900 s when the Rider Waite Smith decks were published Today it has become a staple with people of many faiths as a way to put things in perspective, seek possible outcomes to a query, or for guidance to a problem or situation But, Tarot can be used for so much The cards can be used as creative writing prompts, inspiration for arts and crafts, spell work, meditation, mental therapy, journal writing, group activities, and Learn how to do all of these with 365 Tarot Activities as well as basic exercises that will teach you not just how to read and work with the cards but also to gain confidence in using your own intuition The ideas in 365 Tarot Activities can be used for group lessons, message board discussions, self study programs, journal writing, to connect with and work with new decks, and for those times when you want to work with Tarot but not necessarily do a reading 365TarotActivities

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    About Deanna Anderson


    1. Deanna Anderson is a self published author of fiction, non fiction, and prompt journals.She also freelances for regional publications Married and the mom of two daughters she divides her time between writing, family, and her community.


    312 Comments


    1. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a great resource for anyone that wants to learn Tarot. Everything from how to choose your deck to how to store it and use it is covered early on. People with more experience can skip ahead to learn new spreads. There is even a section to show you how to write your own spreads. I really enjoyed this book. It had been a while since I broke out my cards, but I was inspired to dust them off and get back in to practice.

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    2. I enjoyed the book. It has some great ideas and loved a lot of the prompts. I wish though there was a list of all the prompts numbered in the back as they are just scattered through out the book. It took me a while to realize some were actually prompts. Still worth it for exercises for your tarot journal or class if you happen to be teaching tarot.

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    3. Maybe it was the Kindle formatting, but I noticed a few errors in formatting and grammar. Some of the activities were bundled into other activities, so it wasn't a true representation of 365 activities. Good for the beginner, but nothing really for someone who's read for a while.

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    4. This book is one of my favorite tarot books I have. I thumbed thru it and find that its very neat. I can't wait to get into the book in depth.

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