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Learning to use tarot cards can be daunting. The cards contain so much information, and the meanings can differ for each person and situation. 

This book aims to provide details on the symbols captured in the tarot major arcana cards, and helps you apply the knowledge to your problems and challenges. 

You don’t need to recall or memorise loads of information.  You only need to respond to specific questions on the card you draw, to get guidance on your challenge.

Master Tarot Major Arcana Easily Using the Card Sequence and Symbols to Guide You

  • The journey through life and the conflict resolution process
  • Explanations of the symbols on the cards and their meanings
  • Specific questions and guidance relating to the content of the card.
  • Quick and impartial guidance when you need it

 

Published in Kindle and Paperbacks

Learning to use tarot cards can be daunting. The cards contain so much information, and the meanings can differ for each person and situation.  This course aims to provide details on the symbols captured in the tarot major arcana cards, and helps you apply the knowledge to your problems and challenges.  You don’t need to recall or memorise loads of information.  You only need to respond to specific questions on the card you draw, to get guidance on your challenge.

Master Tarot Major Arcana Easily Using the Card Sequence and Symbols to Guide You

·        The journey through life and the conflict resolution process

·        Explanations of the symbols on the cards and their meanings

·        Specific questions and guidance relating to the content of the card.

  •   Quick and impartial guidance when you need it

 

 

Published in Services
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 07:46

The Link between Time and Numbers

Here is a puzzle that has kept me awake for a few nights, and the answer is still eluding me.

The kabala (Jewish Mysticism) teaches that every letter of the Hebrew alphabet has three values.  For example, Aleph (A) is the first letter of the alphabet.  It also has a numerical value of 1, which reflects unity.  Aleph is also represented by the head of an ox, as a representation of purpose and the generative power of nature.

All the letters of the Hebrew alphabet have these triple meanings, and they capture the essence of our existence here.  These letters have many other meanings, but these three meanings (the alphabet, the numerical value and the symbolic representation) are the most significant ones.

Published in Spiritual Development
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