How to Deal: Tarot for Everyday Life (Paperback)
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If you want to channel the power of the cosmos through tarot, this accessible and practical guide is for you. Written for novices and seasoned readers alike, How to Deal is packed with artwork and includes prompts, exercises, and layouts to give you the answers you're looking for.
Sometimes you just need the universe to tell you whether your crush likes you or how to handle that awkward family situation or which life path is the best one for you. Sami Main breaks down how the cards relate to one another, explaining spreads for future readings and questions to ask the cards. And she takes you through all the Major and Minor Arcana, with colorful illustrations of the cards and detailed descriptions of what they mean.
As Sami will teach you: The cards are here to guide you through life’s ups and downs—you just have to understand what they’re trying to say.
About the Author
Sami Main is the digital media reporter for Adweek and has previously written for BuzzFeed and Femsplain. She lives in Brooklyn with her cat. How to Deal is Sami's first book. Visit her online at www.samimain.com.
Marisa de la Peña was born in 1990 in Southern California to a disco queen. She is the creator of the Circo Tarot, a deck that was successfully funded on Kickstarter. She lives in and illustrates out of a tiny house in Glassell Park, Los Angeles, lovingly called “Casa de Crabshack” surrounded by hundreds of plants and a dog named Klaus. Visit her online at www.marisadelapena.com.
“How to Deal is an invaluable resource for those interested in reading tarot cards. It is easy to understand, insightful and beautifully illustrated; it will be a book I continue to go back to for reference for years to come.”
— Loryn Brantz, bestselling author of Feminist Baby
“This is a fun and introspective approach to tarot.”
— Publishers Weekly
“Readers will learn that tarot is…used to understand one’s personality and place in the spiritual universe. Those curious about themselves and looking for a new road to self-discovery will enjoy.”
— Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)