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Everyday Tarot Magic: Meditation & Spells Paperback – January 8, 2003

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Dorothy Morrison, Wiccan High Priestess bestselling author of Everyday Magic, applies her craft to the Tarot deck in Everyday Tarot Magic: Meditation & Spells. Building on the popularity of Tarot, Morrison shows readers how to get started with Tarot, how to find the right deck and how to understand the various cards and where they fit into the system. The second half of the book explores "Tarot magic," helping readers use the cards to deal with specific situations such as anxiety, forgiveness, healing, new endeavors, travel and unwanted guests. There's even a special charm for finding a parking place. Morrison cautions that people are often searching for "the best case scenario" when reading their own cards, and that it's more accurate to have an objective outsider interpret the cards for them.
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About the Author

Originally from Texas, Dorothy Morrison now lives the magical life in Maine with her family. Dorothy is a member of the Pagan Poet's Society and a charter member of M.A.G.I.C., a magical writer's and artist's organization. Dorothy is a Wiccan High Priestess of the Georgian Tradition, and has been an avid practitioner of the ancient arts for more than twenty years. She founded the Coven of the Crystal Garden in 1986, and spent many years teaching the Craft of Wicca to students both in the United States and in Australia.

A former state championship archer and bow hunter, Dorothy's current interests include Tarot work, magical herbalism, stonework, and computer networking.

Dorothy's work has been published in many journals and magazines, including Circle Network News, SageWoman, and Crone Chronicles. She is the author of the acclaimed Everyday Magic, Magical Needlework, In Praise of the Crone, Yule, Bud, Blossom & Leaf: The Magical Herb Gardener's Handbook, The Craft, and The Craft Companion, among other works.


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (January 8, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738701750
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738701752
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,166,501 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I don't know how Dorothy Morrison does it. But she has created another fine book full of magick and charm, this time using the tarot as a magickal tool for spellwork. She provides readers with a very brief introduction to tarot cards and their history, a chapter on using the cards for self-discovery (combining tarot with numerology), some brief appendixes on color, herbal, and stone correspondences, 3 card layouts for divination, and a brief bibliography of source materials.
The heart of the book is devoted to spellwork (over 140 spells) for a variety of intentions that utilize tarot cards. They are simple workings designed to be used on their own, or, simple enough that you can enhance a more involved ritual working with one of these spells. Morrison also encourages readers, if they feel so inclined, to change, adapt or embellish the individual workings as they see fit.
Morrison has a rhyme for just about everything. She even starts the book off with a poem that introduces readers to its history and uses. Her workings are full of affirmative rhyming words to power-up the spell. "Fear, be gone-I take your power, Your well-laid plans have now gone sour" (from a spell against unfounded fears).
From there, some of the spells lead you to just light a candle, focus on the card and recite the affirmative chant. Some lead you into a little guided journeying, while others have you perform some action with the card itself. So a word of warning is in order. You will need to use a deck, perhaps an old one you don't use anymore, or one you buy just for the purpose of spellwork. This is because some of the cards will be burned, flushed away, buried, marked up or otherwise used in order to complete the spellworking.
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I wrote a review on this book giving it 3 stars, but I deleted it bc I feel like the book deserves 5. I also know how I use the review ratings when deciding on a book and didn't want to give out inaccurate information to someone else trying to decide on whether or not to buy this book. Here is my original review as well as the updated review. Hope it helps!

I can not honestly say if the spells in this book work or not because I haven't been able to use them since I bought it...almost every one that I want to do requires additional stuff such as stones or some other accessory that I did not have. If it wasn't that I was to write on the card or burn it - of course she says you can photocopy the card but that requires me to have a printer or scanner (I need to cast a money spell, huh? Lol)and I also wonder if a copy will be as effective...? I really enjoyed the self-discovery part and use the book mostly as a reference for herbs and stones. I finally purchased the materials I need for the money jar. If I see results I'll update my post:) - I have, however, seen results using Janina Renee's Tarot Spells (the good luck spell). It freaked me out a little but I am learning to embrace it. In case I didn't mention, I am a beginner and I had never cast a spell before so I couldn't believe it. I even wrote in my journal that I cast my first spell and felt nothing. I thought it didn't work. Two days later I saw my luck begin to change and little things keep happening here and there. It's not obvious like you might think. More subtle like - I cast the self transformation spell and indicated that I wanted to lose weight and the next day my girlfriend sent me the picture of the bridesmaids dresses for her wedding - sleeveless!- how's that for motivation?
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Tarot can be used by anyone to enrich his or her life, and this is the focal point of Dorothy Morrison's Everyday Tarot Magic. I was impressed with the unique way she acquainted me with all the cards and their meanings. With that background, I felt comfortable moving on to the second part of the book, where she launches into listing numerous spells and chants, all of which incorporated the use of a card or cards. As a beginner, I learned all the basic information I need to know about the Tarot to get me started, and I know that anyone with a tarot deck and a strong desire to turn dreams into reality will benefit from this well-crafted book.
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I rarely ever write reviews about books I've read. I have hundreds of books all over my house covering topics from witchcraft, energy medicine, goddesses, reiki, etc, etc.

This book is one of my all time favorites!! I can not recommend it highly enough. I hate books that are 80% fluff nonsense that just take up pages, and only 20% of useful information. This book is 100% useful. The explanations are so wonderfully written-more of a story than just an interpretation of the cards. The spells are GREAT!! I'm not the SilverRavenWolf type of spell witch- i like simple spells with simple supplies I usually have on hand. Dorothy offers just those type of spells-and very powerful if I may add.

This book is great for someone who has been reading the cards for some time or for the beginner. It truly has valuable information on ever single page. I find myself always referring back to this book. You will look at it again and again and again after reading through it the first time.

5 stars all the way!
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