A handbook for anyone wanting to liberate their tarot practice and discover their own unique story in their cards. It is an accessible, inclusive card-by-card reference guide to the tarot, written by Beth Maiden.
Within the 78 cards of the tarot, we find every human experience. The good and the bad. The mundane and the earth-shattering. Love and hope. Inspiration and fear. Oppression, justice and liberation. Integration and transformation.
In this accessible guidebook, Beth shows how tarot helps us to take ownership of all of this and more, so we can claim and tell our beautiful, messy, totally unique life stories. She offers an approach to tarot rooted in subjectivity and self-care, one that empowers us to imagine new and different futures for ourselves and our communities.
This book is also a reference guide, offering meanings for the 78 cards. It is suitable for total beginners as well as more experienced tarot readers, and it can be used alongside any tarot deck.
Beth Maiden (she/her) is the owner of Little Red Tarot based in the UK. Beth describes herself as 'a rural-dwelling tarot/art nerd (and wannabe barber) with a deep true love for my queer community.'
- Paperback, 286 pages
- First edition. Printed in the UK on FSC certified paper.