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The Good Karma Tarot: A Beginner’s Guide to Reading the Cards

$24.95

Easy, practical, inclusive and super-positive. Perfect for beginners who are nervous about trying tarot themselves.

Ever feel as if you don't know which path to take, which decision to make, or what you really want in life? This beginner's Deck and guide to using tarot is specifically geared for personal guidance and self-development to help you understand your motivations, strengths, talents and inner wisdom on your journey through life.

Whether you are looking for a simple yes or no answer or want a more in-depth analysis of where you are right now or what lies ahead, this tarot will guide you in your decision-making process.

 The pack includes 78 major and minor arcana cards and an accompanying 128-page book explaining the meanings and reversed meanings of each card, plus a section on different ways to lay them out in spreads.

Specs
  • 128-page Guidebook
  • 78  Cards measure approximately 3" X 4 3/4"
  • by Kerry Ward (Author), Amy Blackwell (Illustrator)

 

Creators

Kerry Ward

Kerry Ward AKA Tarot Bella is the first resident tarot columnist and writer for Cosmopolitan in the US and UK, and writes weekly and monthly tarotscopes for them. shoe regularly contributes to astrology to Metro, The Sun and Soul & Spirit, and other titles. 


Her tarot deck and book 'The Good Karma Tarot', launched in Spring 2021, sold out promptly, and is now back in stock.  The deck is aimed at beginners, and is bright, positive and inclusive. Oprah Daily and Cosmopolitan have featured it as a 'best deck' for those new to tarot.

 

Amy Blackwell

Born and raised in the middle of England to two creative parents, Amy was actively encouraged from day one to paint, print, make, mend and draw. It was in her blood and unavoidable.

She’s inspired by the weird and wonderful, clashing colours, the natural world, history, fashion and folklore – which is to say most things. Her drawings appear in all shapes and sizes, sometimes appearing on a digital platform or a bit of cardboard, wooden beads to fabric, walls to watercolours.

Artist Amy Blackwell