Tarot Therapy Vol. 1: The Theory and Practice of Tarot Therapy by Steve Hounsome

Tarot Therapy Vol. 1: The Theory and Practice of Tarot Therapy

bySteve Hounsome

Kobo ebook | February 11, 2014

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In this groundbreaking new work, a proposal is given for the use of the Tarot as a therapy, alongside the many other complementary and natural procedures available. This largely ignored method of working with and viewing the cards aims to begin the work of restoring the Tarot to its rightful place of acceptance as a sacred healing tool. Split into three volumes, the first, ‘Tarot for the New Millennium’, explains the theory behind the idea of Tarot Therapy, tracing its origins and history in this light. The concept of both Major and Minor Arcanas are explored, showing the true, therapeutic construction of the pack. The book proposes the need for achieving professional accreditation for ‘Tarot Therapists’, including a suggested Code of Conduct, Ethics and Practice, with a call for basic standards to be met amongst practitioners. Volume 1 also outlines methods of working with the Tarot as a therapy in consultations, adding many other ways in which it can be utilised in this manner.

Volume 2 contains an exploration of the Major Arcana cards in their therapeutic setting and use and Volume 3 does the same for the Minor Arcana.

This major new work on the Tarot represents a turning point in its evolution, which the author shows has always adapted itself to the needs of humanity since its inception. Here is the method of working with the Tarot in the Aquarian Age, above and beyond its current position.

Title:Tarot Therapy Vol. 1: The Theory and Practice of Tarot TherapyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 11, 2014Publisher:Steve HounsomeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1899878416

ISBN - 13:9781899878413

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