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Osho Zen Tarot: The Transcendental Game of Zen is an explanatory book for anyone who is able to read the cards.
Summary of the Book
This tarot book can be approached as a “book of life”. It contains illustrations and images that are simpler than most of the obscure symbolism used in traditional tarot cards that need a “reader” to interpret. The book explains how best to work with the energy of the cards, and contains Zen anecdotes and stories told by Osho to illuminate the essence and significance of each card. It will help even those who are unacquainted with the teachings of Zen understand the meaning of the cards. Some of the concepts discussed in this book are: how to play the transcendental game of Zen, Major Arcana, Minor Arcana, card spreads or layouts, and glossary of symbols. The book also talks about Osho, the source of inspiration, and about the illustrator, Deva Padma.
Chandra Mohan Jain, also known as Acharya Rajneesh, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, and later as Osho, was an Indian spiritual guru, mystic and new age philosopher. He is best remembered for his widely controversial teachings and his ashram, which is currently located in Pune and known as the Osho International Meditation Resort. Osho has penned several books and his autobiography is called An Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic. Some of the other books written by Osho are The Book of Secrets, Sex Matters, And the Flowers Showered, No Water, No Moon, and Tao: The Pathless Path.
About Deva Padma
Deva Padma is a renowned painter, illustrator, and designer. She lives and works with her artist husband at their studio in Australia. Padma’s fine art has been exhibited in different parts of the world, including United States, Europe, and Asia. She also works as a lecturer on tarot art as a means for meditation and self-awareness. She has compiled the current bestselling title and The Tao Oracle: An Illustrated New Approach to the I Ching.
|Number of Pages||144 Pages|
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