Book Review - Tarot Journaling - Using the Celtic Cross to unveil your hidden story
by Corrine Kenner
9 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches, soft cover
Support Web Site: http://www.tarotjournaling.com
Corrine Keller presents the basics of reading the tarot and combines this introduction with the tried and tested act of keeping a personal journal. A simple enough idea: one that has been both practiced and suggested by tarot adepts for years. However, Corrine's method presents a fresh process for utilizing and appreciating the creative action of both the tarot deck and the journal itself.
The author uses the classic spread, the Celtic Cross as a foundation for her proposed process of reflection and interpretation. This 216 page book presents literally dozens of useful suggestions to help you fully explore your own inner landscape as well as the events that are happening in your life, whether past, present or even future.
Corrine, a long time tarot master and philosopher, combines theory and practicality to give you a very usable book that will help you to understand the deep essence of the tarot as you explore how it applies to your own being and experiences. To top this off, Corrine also offers an user-friendly, resource-rich web site to support your writing and card reading. She provides downloadable worksheets (like the ones in the book) that can be printed and combined to form your own tarot journal. She even provides a downloadable cover for these worksheets. As well, you can read a sample chapter of the book for free before purchasing. For those who like to chat with others, Corrine also moderaters a special forum to discuss the Tarot Journaling book. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in both gaining insight and awareness of the tarot as well as exploring their own inner self through journaling.