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Posted June 1, 2011
What an amazing treat!
Tarot Diva is a super fun leap into the world of tarot. Sasha Graham makes it easy to understand what each and every card means. More importantly, she explains how each card applies to me in a way that makes sense. The other big surprise of the book was that it is really a sensible guide on how to enjoy your life and make it better. She points out that you have to put in the time and energy but that the results are well worth it. I totally agree. I've always been curious about tarot and now I feel like I can finally use the cards with confidence. I give this book 5 stars!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 31, 2011
Inventive and awesome read!
Sasha Graham takes you on a fun, fast ride through the tarot. Her exercises on how to use the tarot deck to increase your personal "fabulousity" have changed they way I view the tarot and increased my desire for a more magical and delicious life! It's the kind of book that you will reference and use for a long time and every time you return to it, you will feel like you are visiting an old friend--one who supports you and makes your life more rich! I recommend this book to everyone--bring some Tarot Diva magic into your life!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 9, 2011
A Fun, Unique and Informative Twist on Tarot
Sasha Graham offers us a refreshing reading experience with "Tarot Diva", a book which succeeds in striking a nice balance between being educational and entertaining, modern and traditional. On the lighter side, there are some fun projects and food for thought to be found here-- need tips on how to invoke the energy of "The Star" for a dinner party? How about a recipe for a "Three of Pentacles" face mask? But hardcore tarot-goers, don't overlook this find just because of Graham's "Diva" angle. The author offers a shooting-from-the-hip card interpretation which I found to be quite enlightening, despite having been a student of the tarot for over twelve years. "Tarot Diva" is great resource for readers who haven't forgotten the importance of a creativity and play in their practice. A useful and fun read for beginners and experienced cartomancers alike!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.