If you haven’t already purchased a copy, you can follow the links provided here. This book is written for adults, so expect a healthy dose of sarcasm, some explicit language now and then, adult topics, and a healthy dose of realism when it comes to the interpretations, as well as the personality profiles for the court cards. There’s not a fluffy bunny to be found here, and I concentrate on the nitty-gritty of life. We have plenty of tarot books out there shrouded in rose colored glasses, fairies, the white light, and fantasy. This is definitely not the case with Tarot for Grownups.
From the first moment I read the title of the book, it intrigued me. The Spiritual Feminist-– two words that we are somehow forgetting in our hectic and overloaded lives.
Here, the author tries to reconnect us with our feminine side, through spirituality, through examination of Goddesses and all those archetypes that most of us, as women, live on a daily basis at some point in our lives…continue reading