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Tarot D’Amour: Find Love, Sex, and Romance in the Cards

Tarot D’Amour: Find Love, Sex, and Romance in the Cards

Tarot D'Amour: Find Love, Sex, and Romance in the Cards

Our focus is on presenting material that soothes, stimulates, and awakens emotional and sexual understanding through learning and interpreting the Tarot,” write the card reading husband and wife team in which they share more than a quarter century experience with the tarot and as life partners. Begin with the simple, yet never-before-writen-about premise–every card and its reverse have romantic and sexual indications. And whether you’re a newcomer to tarot, a longtime student, or somewhere in-b

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  1. 15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Just For Love Junkies!, June 17, 2003
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    David Van Nuys “vannuysd” (Rohnert Park, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Tarot D’Amour: Find Love, Sex, and Romance in the Cards (Paperback)
    Tarot D’Amour is a wonderful addition to the literature on Tarot. It is written by a husband and wife team who bring a unique blend of training, skill, and experience to their work. According to the book’s cover, Kooch Daniels has deep roots in the Tarot, having worked as a professional card reader, Tantra practitioner, and metaphysical scholar for over 25 years. Her husband, Victor Daniels, is a psychologist and university professor. As a result of this collaboration, we get a very deep, wise, non-dogmatic work that is firmly rooted in the best insights of clinical psychology and the most profound visions of esoteric research and practice. The fact that these two streams of thought flow together so seamlessly in this collaboration, seemingly from a single voice, is a testament to the efficacy and power of the relational approach they describe.
    I especially like the authors’ permissive, flexible, non-dogmatic approach throughout. They offer guidelines rather than rules. For example, they say, “But beware of getting locked in too tightly to the cards’ usual symbolic meanings… The more you’re willing to use your own interpretations and intuition instead of relying on a book for the meaning of the symbols, the more skilled you’ll become.”
    The book’s title and subtitle (“Find Love, Sex, and Romance in The Cards”) might give the misleading impression of either flippancy or a very narrow focus. Nothing could be further from the truth. Instead, I found this book to be a very solid piece of work. At times, the tone is playful in relation to love, sex, and romance, which makes it a lively read, yet the overall treatment is grounded and earnest.
    I think this book will appeal not only to individuals and couples looking to enrich romantic and sexual relationships but also to a much wider audience interested in using the Tarot for self-exploration and personal development. The book has much to offer for beginner and Tarot adept, alike.
    I, myself, for example, have used the Tarot for over 30 years as a teaching tool in a variety of college-level courses but not for the purpose of giving readings. Now, I find myself drawn in that direction and, surprisingly, there is plenty of concrete guidance in the Daniels’ book on that topic. In fact, the first section of the book is titled, “The Art of Reading” and the fourth chapter is called, “Guidelines for Readings.” Not only do they cover the sorts of attitudes and skills one must cultivate but they also show several “spreads,” including a basic three-card spread, the Celtic Cross, the Chakra spread, and a double Chakra spread especially for couples.
    I will be using Tarot D’Amour as a reference book. It has a number of very useful tables and summaries, covering such things as the significance of lower and higher arcana, correspondence of higher arcana cards to the Jungian archetypes, numerological and asterological correlations, correspondences between the four suits and the elements, and so on.

    Part II of Tarot D’Amour is titled, “The Cards and Their Stories” and there is a page or more devoted to each of the 72 Tarot cards, with an accompanying illustration from the Universal-Waite deck. For each card, there are paragraphs on Key Meanings, Reversed Meanings, Romantic Interpretation, Emotional Interpretation, and Sexual Interpretation. It is the romantic and sexual interpretations that fill a unique niche and give this book a special something extra.
    I expect Tarot D’Amour to become a classic that will find a place on many a Tarot enthusiast’s bookshelf.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I normally don’t believe in this stuff, May 1, 2013
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    Richard L. Orloski “Richard” (East Coast) –
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    This review is from: Tarot D’Amour: Find Love, Sex, and Romance in the Cards (Paperback)
    I don’t normally believe in this stuff, but I heard this lady do a reading on the Jack & Rod radio show which was extremely impressive. I know Jack Meyhoffer & Rod Stiffington, who are naturally skeptical would never have cooperated with any kind of tomfoolery. She must be the real deal.

    The only small detail inaccurate in her reading was that she could not tell that the person she was reading was long dead, and clips of his voice were being played. Other than that, she did a fabulous job!

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