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A Tool for Personal Empowerment

Not everyone sees the Tarot as I do, as a tool for personal empowerment and evolution. Chances are if you are attracted to this book, you resonate with this philosophy, and are intrigued by the subliminal, universal messages that seem to underlie the card images and titles. 273 more words

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The Power of Your Intent

The implicate or sea of awareness was known to ancient mystics, and alchemists; it is what the mystics might refer to as the cosmic mind stuff; it is a sea of consciousness that underlies everything else. 188 more words

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The Power of Synchronicity

“Synchronicity” was another unique term coined by Carl Jung. Synchronicity is the occurrence of two or more events that appear to be meaningfully related but not causally related. 375 more words

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The Quantum Explanation

The running of a random computer program, or a good card shuffle, allows synchronicity free play. And it allows the mind to peer behind the curtain of the holographic universe to see how consciousness creates reality, as in the famous “double-slit” quantum experiment, where the expectations of the viewer influenced the (apparent) outcome of the experiment. 195 more words

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God and the Devil

Someone once defined God as a principle of wholeness, and this is the best definition that I can find; it supports the ideas found in the symbolism of many ancient philosophies and esoteric knowledge worldwide, and in the images of the Tarot itself (see the definition for the symbol… 358 more words

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Christ, the Tarot, and the Path of Ascension

To anyone with the slightest interest in mythology, the archetypes in the Tarot are clear to see. For example, a goddess or god represents a guiding principle for humanity: the universal concept… 234 more words

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Archetypes in the Tarot

Jungian psychology contains a few key concepts that can be used to show how the Tarot might work. Carl Jung coined the term “archetype;” he believed that there was a collective conscious shared by all peoples, no matter their native beliefs or culture; archetypes are the universal fruits of that consciousness. 231 more words

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