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When life seems to be full of doubt and uncertainty we tend to look for a source of inspiration: what will happen in the future? What about my health, the children? What will happen if I make this decision and not that one? This is how the traditional tarot is often used, to satisfy a longing to know about the past and future. This Osho Zen Tarot focuses instead on gaining an understanding of the here and now. It is a system based on the wisdom of Zen, a wisdom that says events in the outer world simply reflect in the outer world simply reflect our own thoughts and feelings, even though we ourselves might be unclear about what those thoughts and feelings are. So it helps us to turn our attention away from outside events so we can find a new clarity of understanding in our innermost hearts. The conditions and states of mind portrayed by the contemporary images on the cards are all shown as being essentially transitional and transformative. The text in the accompanying book helps to interpret and understand the images in the simple, straightforward and down to earth language of Zen.
For hundreds of years, people have turned to the tarot for guidance and focus in seeking answers to life's questions. While millions use the Tarot regularly, much of its history, lore, and symbolism remain obscure--making it difficult for the user to get the deepest possible reading. Also, with hundreds of different decks available, drawing on several major traditions, finding the right deck--the one that the Tarot user will find most sympathetic to their needs, desires, and usage--can become an arduous task. Pictures from the Heart provides hundreds of entries detailing the symbolism of the Tarot, contrasting the various decks on the market, as well as issues, figures, and topics of interest to the Tarot user. For both the experienced and the neophyte user, this tarot dictionary is a long-awaited and essential resource.
Comprehensive and easy to use, Llewellyn's Complete Book of Tarot contains everything you ever wanted to know about tarot. Join Anthony Louis as he explores tarot history, shares card meanings and spreads, and provides detailed guidance that educates and inspires, whether you're a beginner or an advanced reader. Discover basic reading techniques for a wide variety of systems, including Marseilles, Rider-Waite, and Thoth. Identify the meaning of associations, correspondences, reversals, and dignities, and experience the ways that tarot interacts with astrology and personal spirituality. Combine tarot reading with Kabbalah, numerology, Jungian psychology, journaling, and storytelling while exploring card selection, creativity, tarot ethics, and specialized spreads. Focusing on the use of tarot for insight, empowerment, self-understanding, and fortunetelling, Llewellyn's Complete Book of Tarot provides centuries of accumulated wisdom that will enable you to make optimal use of one of the most powerful spiritual tools ever developed.
Zen is not a religion, dogma or creed. It is not even a quest or inquiry. It is non-philosophical. The fundamental of Zen approach is that all is as it should be, this very moment everything is perfect. Osho, one of the best known and most provocative mystics of the 20th century shares his wisdom and skill guiding the reader to an understanding of complex philosophical concepts using humor and storytelling. The journey cannot be taught, only experienced.
This coloring book features 77 mystical images originally created by Deva Padma for theOSHO Zen Tarot-The Transcendental Game of Zen, which became a bestseller in the tarot world and made these images famous in the world of meditation. We are not only coloring these images but encouraged to reflect on the colors we give to our lives -- to all aspects, not only the 'easy' and 'positive' aspects represented here by images such as'Playfulness', 'Courage', 'Celebration', 'Creativity and others. We also learn how to literally and metaphorically find colors for aspects we might not value so much, such as the images representing'Aloneness', 'Guilt', 'The Burden', 'Stress', 'Exhaustion', 'Sorrow' and more. Adding our own colors to all of these aspects thus becomes an invaluable enrichment to our understanding of ourselves and who we are. Those aspects we like or value as 'positive' become more individualized, and the aspects that we label negative, we learn to integrate and to recognize as experiences and expressions of ourselves that have their own place, their own lessons to teach us.

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