Further Exercises and Mystical Teachings from the Fairy-Tale Tarot
Author: Isha Lerner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Companion volume to the bestselling Inner Child Cards, offering in-depth interpretations and advanced exercises using this tarot system. • Shows how fairy tales bridge the gap between the conscious and unconscious minds. • Demonstrates how fairy tales can give us hope and courage to live our everyday lives to the fullest. Full of esoteric healing methods, Inner Child Cards Workbook shows us how make life choices by gleaning wisdom from our favorite fairy tales. Lerner examines the deeper mystical symbolism behind each of the fairy tales--relating Beauty and the Beast to unconditional love, Jack and the Beanstalk to initiation and growth, and The Emperor's New Clothes to today's political crises. These stories offer "a food that nourishes both the spiritual and mundane components of life." Specific visualizations and affirmations correspond to each of the major arcana cards, and new layouts and divination methods for use with her Inner Child Cards deck will allow those who are familiar with it to build on previous knowledge. This beautiful guidebook offers a personal, therapeutic journey through fairy-tale symbolism that is a perfect accompaniment to the Inner Child Cards.
EDITION of undercover-collective "Paul Smith", probably Melbourne/Australia - general purpose: mental hygiene in "esoteric matters", special purpose: esoterism around "Rennes-le-Chateau and Berenger Sauniere" - covering ca. 21.000 titles in 2017
New Approaches to Teaching Folk and Fairy Tales provides invaluable hands-on materials and pedagogical tools from an international group of scholars who share their experiences in teaching folk- and fairy-tale texts and films in a wide range of academic settings. This interdisciplinary collection introduces scholarly perspectives on how to teach fairy tales in a variety of courses and academic disciplines, including anthropology, creative writing, children’s literature, cultural studies, queer studies, film studies, linguistics, second language acquisition, translation studies, and women and gender studies, and points the way to other intermedial and intertextual approaches. Challenging the fairy-tale canon as represented by the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, Hans Christian Andersen, and Walt Disney, contributors reveal an astonishingly diverse fairy-tale landscape. The book offers instructors a plethora of fresh ideas, teaching materials, and outside-the-box teaching strategies for classroom use as well as new and adaptable pedagogical models that invite students to engage with class materials in intellectually stimulating ways. A cutting-edge volume that acknowledges the continued interest in university courses on fairy tales, New Approaches to Teaching Folk and Fairy Tales enables instructors to introduce their students to a new, critical understanding of the fairy tale as well as to a host of new tales, traditions, and adaptations in a range of media. Contributors: Anne E. Duggan, Cyrille François, Lisa Gabbert, Pauline Greenhill, Donald Haase, Christa C. Jones, Christine A. Jones, Jeana Jorgensen, Armando Maggi, Doris McGonagill, Jennifer Orme, Christina Phillips Mattson, Claudia Schwabe, Anissa Talahite-Moodley, Maria Tatar, Francisco Vaz da Silva, Juliette Wood
When her two daughters were approaching the finish of their education Marie Herbert felt the need to mark the end of the child-rearing phase of her life by a rite of passage, a way to find herself a new place in the grand scheme of things. Long drawn to the Native American spiritual tradition, she planned a visit to the United States and an extraordinary journey of personal transformation under the guidance of Native American Healers. However, the end of her time of motherhood coincided tragically with the sudden death of one of her daughters and so her odyssey was to become far sadder and more urgent than she could have imagined. HEALING QUEST is the fascinating description of Marie Herbert's inner and outer journey of the heart. Vivid portraits of the people she met along the way are combined with honest accounts of the change in her feelings - together with ideas about how the readers, too, may learn from what she experienced and so gain insights into his or own life, whether in practical, emotional or spiritual terms.
Having almost four decades of counseling and sharing insights the wealth of experience and illumination that Chris Anderson/Onefeather has collected over time is available to the seeker on the journey to inner self-realization and awakening... having written a book that is filled with information and insight, humor and wisdom. The ruminations on the cards and his wit and acceptance of life on all levels brings the reader to new regions of perspective and self-acceptance. This is a book that is to the point, concise and a continuing source of reference for all levels of Tarot reading, a true gift to everyone who wishes to evolve with the coming times of awakening.
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"This beautifully illustrated gift edition of Heart Thoughts is a collection of meditations, spiritual treatments, and excerpts from my lectures. It focuses on aspects of our day-to-day experiences, and is meant to guide and assist you in particular areas where you may be having difficulty. It is now time for you to release old beliefs and old habits, and the meditations and treatments within these pages can help you build your confidence as you make necessary changes in your life. This is a time of awakening. Know that you are always safe. And also know that it's possible to move from th.