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Tarot for Life: Reading the Cards for Everyday Guidance and Growth

Paul Quinn transforms the Tarot from fortune-telling into the ultimate self-help tool for intuitive guidance, empowerment, and well-being. Discover how to apply the Tarot, as a lifelong resource, to access inner wisdom and gain deeper insights and practical, inspired guidance in relationships, career, family, and personal growth. With illustrations from the Universal Waite deck, the book offers 78 engaging casebook examples (one for each card) from Quinn’s readings for clients. Drawing on Jungian psychology, the Hindu chakras, and other esoteric traditions, he explains how the Tarot can reveal unconscious patterns and offer soul-directed advice leading to positive changes and greater well-being. Quinn also provides guidelines on reading the cards for oneself and others, interpreting reversed cards, handling difficult disclosures, and psychic self-care.

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2 comments on “Tarot for Life: Reading the Cards for Everyday Guidance and Growth

  1. The best I have ever read and I have read the all!! Over the past 35 years I have bought or perused just about every book on tarot that there is. The single most inspiring is TAROT FOR LIFE. I have had to wait 35 years to find a book that can be used as a textbook for myself and students. Its simplicity yet depth is a jewel. I could easily get rid of my tarot book library and carry this one with me for ever. Yes it is simple for beginners and intermediates but it inspires advanced and practicing users in a way that is magical, opening doors to the self and doors of understanding others that is contemporary and free of all the blah, blah, blah that other writers concern themselves with. Mr. Quinn writes with the deepest understanding of the workings of the cards and the deepest understanding of human nature. He is able to blend these beautifully as a guide for the reader’s interpretation and expanding knowledge. I have read books on tarot that are interesting in their complexity but useless in their practicality and I have read others that are interesting because of their concentration. Many of the latter are obviously written to make money. TAROT FOR LIFE stands on its own. Tarot reading should be simple and straightforward. The hard work is not done in the memorization of lots of card meanings nor the knowledge of esoteric symbols. The real work is done by the user who delves deep within themselves, reflecting on their true self and then knowing and linking their self to the universal. Psychic feedback is a result of this relationship not an end in itself. Mr. Quinn’s book will get you to this place. Your job is to lose the self that you know and cling to. Our exploration of self through the tarot helps us to understand and experience how we already ARE free like the Fool but masterful like the Magician and all knowing like the High Priestess. This is by far the only book on tarot that you will NEED.

  2. Easy to read and well thought out Paul Quinn’s book “Tarot for Life” is my new number one tarot book. It’s not about 78 degrees of wisdom (which was totally over my head when I was first learning tarot). Instead, it’s a fresh approach, a fresh voice in my tarot journey. Totally readable, it dives into each card in a well-thought-out approach. Key words are kept to a minimum; the book focuses on friendly narrative about 78 old friends. And it’s the “stories” at the end of each chapter that really bring it all home. First, the stories are short. Extra points for that, in my opinion. But secondly, the revelations are spot on. They illustrate the meaning of the card AND help teach me new insights for my own readings. “Tarot for Life” is the right size (feels great in your hands) and laid out well on the inside (the quotes Mr Quinn uses for each and every card are worth the price of the book alone!). It has truly become my most treasured tarot book. Beginners, intermediates, and experienced tarot readers would all gain something from this book.

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