5.01.2016

Book Review: 365 Tarot Spells: Creating the Magic in Each Day by Sasha Graham

365 Tarot Spells: Creating the Magic in Each Day by Sasha Graham
Notes: ARC received via NetGalley.
Release Date: May 8th, 2016
Tarot, Spirituality
Ebook/Print (408 pages, LLEWELLYN)
Discover the power of tarot spells and how to use them to enhance your daily life with 365 Tarot Spells. Each daily spell is based on a magical occurrence or holiday that happened on that day. There are also specific spells for each of the 78 cards in a tarot deck. Each spell uses five or fewer cards for ease of formatting.
Each day's page includes:

  • Spell title
  • Date
  • Ingredients
  • Method, Visualization, and Meditation
  • Affirmation
  • Layout of Cards
Publisher Site: website

Something new for dabblers. (4 stars)

I don't consider myself a spiritual person but if I'm honest, paganism and wiccan beliefs have always called to something within me. In particular the practice of tarot card reading has always attracted me and for a few years now I've dabbled just a little. The history of it is fascinating and the practice of it is one I find grounding.

When an opportunity to try tarot in a new way—as part of a spell—arose through this book I was very eager to see it with a fresh set of eyes. I'm very happy to say that I found the spells presented here to be unexpectedly simple in a good way. I don't like making a to-do about my practice because it's something I do for myself the way some people choose meditation or other practices so the simplicity of each spell (with some exceptions) is to my taste.

If, like myself, you'd like to pursue your tarot related interests in a new way I very much like the spells here and would recommend picking it up to try them. You'll learn more about the cards and probably see them in new ways.



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