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Affect Your Reality With Tarot Cards

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Not only do Tarot cards serve as mini-maps to your Highest, Best Self—but they’re also a lot like portable Vision Boards.

Have you ever heard of a Vision Board? It’s where you decide on an intention or set of goals—then get out some poster board, scissors, glue, old magazines and create a specific Vision Board filled with images and text that reflect your desires.

Tarot cards are a lot like that, in that each card portrays emotional, material, mental, relational and spiritual states that we can focus upon for specific intentions.

Simply put, Tarot helps makes the invisible visible. This is true not only for intuitive Tarot readings, where cards are drawn randomly for insight, but also when we use the cards consciously to draw in more of what we want—those higher vibrational states of clarity, purpose, peace, positivity and joy.

When we start the New Year, deal with an ending or experience a major change, many of us focus on what has passed away—and wonder what is to come.

With the Tarot and other tools for focusing intentions—oracle cards, journaling prompts, symbols, mantras or affirmations—we become co-creators of our life. If you think about it, the act of creation means to initiate, to build, to act, to produce. Creation is not passive—a subjective waiting game that unfolds. No, creativity—or, in this case, co-creation—implies acting upon something.

An artist must pick up brushes, dip them in paint and apply them to a canvas in order to create an image that will be viewed. A writer must use pen, pencil or pixels to put thoughts on paper to create something that will be read. A chef must gather pots and pans, assemble ingredients and cook them on a stove in order to create a recipe that will be eaten.

Our lives are no different.

Sure, we can live passively—assuming that destiny “just happens”, throwing our free will to the winds of fate, bracing ourselves for the next gust that will knock us on our ass.

Or, we can live proactively—seeing ourselves as co-creators with God, the Universe, Life itself (whatever you want to call daily circumstances, or the originator of those circumstances…titles don’t matter).

Situations out of our control will happen either way—but here’s the difference: those who live passively, complaining at their lot in life, do nothing to affect their destiny. They assume that the trajectory is already set, that there’s nothing that can be done to change their fate. They look at the cards Life deals them, grumble, curse the dealer and glare at their fellow players.

Every. Single. Hand.

But those who live proactively?

They look at the cards—and, yes, they may shout a curse or two at first—but they remember that even though they can’t help what’s dealt to them…they sure as hell can help how they play those cards.

They study the game. Study the other players. Learn new strategies. Count the odds. Risk sensibly.

But most important?

They have a positive attitude. They don’t see themselves as victims—just as players who put on their game face and always do their best.

In short, when we become conscious co-creators with Life, we make better choices and fully express our free will.

This eBook, Affect Your Reality with Tarot Cards, gives you an enormous advantage in playing the Game of Life, because it provides you with 78 mini-maps that address all manner of situations and feelings—materially, emotionally, mentally, vocationally, and spiritually. By focusing on one or more cards, you begin to steer your soul in the direction of your Highest, Best Life.
Not only do Tarot cards serve as mini-maps to your Highest, Best Self—but they’re also a lot like portable Vision Boards.

Have you ever heard of a Vision Board? It’s where you decide on an intention or set of goals—then get out some poster board, scissors, glue, old magazines and create a specific Vision Board filled with images and text that reflect your desires.

Tarot cards are a lot like that, in that each card portrays emotional, material, mental, relational and spiritual states that we can focus upon for specific intentions.

Simply put, Tarot helps makes the invisible visible. This is true not only for intuitive Tarot readings, where cards are drawn randomly for insight, but also when we use the cards consciously to draw in more of what we want—those higher vibrational states of clarity, purpose, peace, positivity and joy.

When we start the New Year, deal with an ending or experience a major change, many of us focus on what has passed away—and wonder what is to come.

With the Tarot and other tools for focusing intentions—oracle cards, journaling prompts, symbols, mantras or affirmations—we become co-creators of our life. If you think about it, the act of creation means to initiate, to build, to act, to produce. Creation is not passive—a subjective waiting game that unfolds. No, creativity—or, in this case, co-creation—implies acting upon something.

An artist must pick up brushes, dip them in paint and apply them to a canvas in order to create an image that will be viewed. A writer must use pen, pencil or pixels to put thoughts on paper to create something that will be read. A chef must gather pots and pans, assemble ingredients and cook them on a stove in order to create a recipe that will be eaten.

Our lives are no different.

Sure, we can live passively—assuming that destiny “just happens”, throwing our free will to the winds of fate, bracing ourselves for the next gust that will knock us on our ass.

Or, we can live proactively—seeing ourselves as co-creators with God, the Universe, Life itself (whatever you want to call daily circumstances, or the originator of those circumstances…titles don’t matter).

Situations out of our control will happen either way—but here’s the difference: those who live passively, complaining at their lot in life, do nothing to affect their destiny. They assume that the trajectory is already set, that there’s nothing that can be done to change their fate. They look at the cards Life deals them, grumble, curse the dealer and glare at their fellow players.

Every. Single. Hand.

But those who live proactively?

They look at the cards—and, yes, they may shout a curse or two at first—but they remember that even though they can’t help what’s dealt to them…they sure as hell can help how they play those cards.

They study the game. Study the other players. Learn new strategies. Count the odds. Risk sensibly.

But most important?

They have a positive attitude. They don’t see themselves as victims—just as players who put on their game face and always do their best.

In short, when we become conscious co-creators with Life, we make better choices and fully express our free will.

This eBook, Affect Your Reality with Tarot Cards, gives you an enormous advantage in playing the Game of Life, because it provides you with 78 mini-maps that address all manner of situations and feelings—materially, emotionally, mentally, vocationally, and spiritually. By focusing on one or more cards, you begin to steer your soul in the direction of your Highest, Best Life.

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  • Hype Priestess Dec 17, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    I love everything about this deck! I've used it daily since receiving it last week. I've searched for an XMas/Yule themed tarot deck for years and I finally found it!!!! It's so heartwarming, and pure, and totally captures the real reason for the season! YULE! <3 Thank you for making this, the art work, and the imagery is interesting and unique. Although most of the cards are based on the traditional Rider Waite Smith tarot, this deck has some twists and unexpected turns that will have you learning more and more tarot interpretations that maybe you weren't thinking of! THANK YOU! <3
    I love everything about this deck! I've used it daily since receiving it last week. I've searched for an XMas/Yule themed tarot deck for years and I finally found it!!!! It's so heartwarming, and pure, and totally captures the real reason for the season! YULE! <3 Thank you for making this, the art work, and the imagery is interesting and unique. Although most of the cards are based on the traditional Rider Waite Smith tarot, this deck has some twists and unexpected turns that will have you learning more and more tarot interpretations that maybe you weren't thinking...
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    These are great little catnip toys. They're well-made and already my kitties are very interested in them. Thank you!!
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  • Suzanne Davis Dec 7, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    Love these little catnip toys! And so do my cats. I have them wrapped and under the Christmas tree, and my cats are going bonkers for them already. I may have to let them have them early! :)
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