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In Barnyard Dance, farm animals dance a boisterous, breathless, knee-slapping reel called, with great panache, by a fiddle-playing cow: ``Bow to the horse. / Bow to the cow. / Twirl with the pig if you know how.'' This book is too fun and I will hate to part with it.
In Horns to Toes, children learn about body parts--and not just their own!!!
Creatures don a variety of sleep outfits before joining a pajama party: "Pull on the bottoms. Put on the top. Get yourself set to pajama-dee-bop--it's Pajama Time!" Everyone finally settles down, the lights are turned out, and hushed wishes are shared for a good night. Boynton's characters are as lovable as ever, all with expressions sure to win over toddlers.
Like a mirror, the Tarot reflects the pleasure and pain of the human experience. It also reflects the contents of the subconscious mind, the part of each of us that communicates through dreams and hunches, in often cryptic images and symbols.
While the Tarot is commonly used to predict the probable course of future events, it is also an ideal tool for self-discovery. Llewellyn's Sspecial Topics in Tarot series was created in response to an increasing demand for more Tarot books on advanced and specialized topics.
Tarot for Self Discovery is not about learning to perform divination with the Tarot. There are no card meanings or interpretations to be found between these covers. Instead, Tarot for Self Discovery contains over fifty exercises designed to lead you toward greater psychological insight and to facilitate personal and spiritual growth.
Divided into three sections of easy exercises, intermediate exercises, and exercises for special occations, these activities span the breadth of the human experience, from the frivolous (using Tarot to create a joke) to the serious (finding your life purpose or coping with depression and loneliness). If you are ready to delve deeper into your psyche, let the Tarot be your guide to greater self-awareness.
This book, written in 1842, is one of the finest examples of Spiritual Fiction and influenced the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Divided in seven sections, the fourth, entitled, "The Dweller of the Threshold" is an extremely profound expression of profound occult facts and experiences recognized as true by anyone possessing spiritual insight.
Don't buy the Kessinger version. It's horribly printed (photocopied).--Moonchild
Use this book with the popular Waite Deck!
A thorough--but never overwhelming--invitation to the beginner. learn to use the tarot as a tool for inner guidance. Joan Bunning communicates the basic depth and beauty of each card, shows how the cards trigger psychological projection, enhance intuition, and improve communication with your Inner Guide.
This is a "how-to" book with a lesson format--19 lessons begin with the basics and move gradually into the advanced concepts so you can learn at your own pace.
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Learning the Tarot is a living system that will creatively adapt to your specific needs. All that's required is an open mind and a sincere desire as you seek the deeper truths hidden in your life as reflected in the images of the tarot.
In Wild Swans Jung Chang recounts the evocative, unsettling, and insistently gripping story of how three generations of women in her family fared in the political maelstrom of China during the 20th century. Chang's grandmother was a warlord's concubine. Her gently raised mother struggled with hardships in the early days of Mao's revolution and rose, like her husband, to a prominent position in the Communist Party before being denounced during the Cultural Revolution. Chang herself marched, worked, and breathed for Mao until doubt crept in over the excesses of his policies and purges. Born just a few decades apart, their lives overlap with the end of the warlords' regime and overthrow of the Japanese occupation, violent struggles between the Kuomintang and the Communists to carve up China, and, most poignant for the author, the vicious cycle of purges orchestrated by Chairman Mao that discredited and crushed millions of people, including her parents.
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