Romancing the Tarot
by Phyllis Vega
Everyone, from teens to seniors, whether gay or straight, black or white, is looking for guidance when it comes to affairs of the heart. Much of the time, it seems that we grope in the dark for answers to the problems caused by the presence or absence of love, sex, and intimacy in our lives. What if there was a tool that could provide some of those answers?
The tarot is that kind of tool. It is an intuitive device that can be used for insight into virtually every aspect of life, especially one's love life. It can pinpoint the life patterns that hold you back, and light the path that will lead you to romantic fulfillment. It can provide a glimpse into a possible future that you and your significant other might share, or give you some indication of when you’ll find the new love you’ve been seeking.
Written in plain English, Romancing the Tarot demystifies the tarot and offers answers to every conceivable relationship question. In this book each card in the tarot deck is defined generally, according to its traditional meaning, and in seven categories specifically geared to romantic relationships: Expectations -- what each of you wants/gets from the union. Emotional Potential -- how you really feel about each other. Sexual Potential -- issues related to physical intimacy in the relationship. Material Potential -- issues related to your careers and finances. Spiritual Potential -- how you grow spiritually in the relationship. Challenges -- difficulties that you may encounter. Outcome – what may happen in the relationship. Also included are Keywords and Phrases that serve as triggers to help you to remember the card meanings.
In addition to the card definitions there are forty original layouts and sample readings done for real people using the spreads in this book. Taken together the card meanings, spreads, and readings address a spectrum of possible relationship situations and questions. All you need to add is a deck of tarot cards, an open mind, and a willingness to explore.
- Phyllis Vega, April 2012
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