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Using the book, The True Nature of Tarot, this is my interpretation of my minor Arcana cards ; The Fool (Le Mat) and The Sun (Le Soleil). Page 31, or the chapter about The Fool tells me " that as I begin my new path and stand on the edge of my cliff, I should ready myself to take a leap of faith. I should have faith in trust in what is coming up next for me in life. This card represents innocence, optimism and new potential. "
Just how I feel when considering my path for my career and my life as I head towards 40.
The chapter about the Sun represents "renewed energy and motivation towards goals. It symbolizes the bright prospects that are before me, or a fresh start".
Both parts of the reading were so spot on, and exactly how I was feeling, Diane Wing really caught the essence of a true tarot reading. Her chapters are easy to read, and interpret. Along with each card, there is a beautiful illustration and key words to focus on. I found this book super easy to read through and use as my guide. It was well-written and not too wordy to read. It is a wonderful guide for the first time card reader or the more learned reader. Diane makes it fun to read about tarot and her wisdom and background as a tarot reader for over 25 years shows through.
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** I received a copy of this book for review , but the opinions within are my own***