By Rose Gwain
This Jungian interpretation of Tarot symbolism makes use of the Tarot archetypes as mirrors for taking a look within ourselves. Following Jung's character forms as guiding ideas, the writer indicates how the Tarot might be an incisive device for self-transformation, allowing you to find the forces which are operative on your personal character.
Provides a process for comparing your powerful and susceptible character features by means of indicating the courtroom card and swimsuit that correspond on your character make-up.
Highly unique card spreads enable you specialize in and enhance weaker points of your character.
Other spreads assist you to achieve perception into complicated and tough own relationships.
A part is dedicated to utilizing the Tarot to development during the degrees of realization represented by way of the sephiroth at the Tree of Life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Combining her historical past in Jungian psychology with the Tarot, Rose Gwain has created a different program of the Tarot for practitioners of all degrees.
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