OSHO Transformation Tarot 60 Illustrated Cards and Book for Insight and Renewal, by Unknown
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- ISBN: 9780918963086 | 0918963087
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 3/17/2015
This boxed deck includes a 192-page book and 60 color illustrated tarot cards. The Osho Transformation Tarot contains parables and teaching stories from the world’s greatest wisdom traditions – including Zen, Buddhism, Sufism, Tantra, Tao, and Christian and Jewish mysticism. This book, and the accompanying 60 beautiful cards illustrating the stories, help the reader toward a better understanding of their true feelings and insights about a given situation. Examples include: • Compassion – Jesus overturns the tables of the money-changers and teaches us about the qualities of true compassion. • That Which Never Dies – A little-known story from the life of Buddha, and how he answers a plea from a grieving mother to bring her child back to life. • Imitation – an uncompromising Zen parable about the importance of honoring and developing one’s own unique individuality. • Work – A Sufi story advises, “Trust in Allah … but tether your camel first!” The book includes suggestions for a variety of simple card readings. Osho’s insights offer the reader new dimensions of understanding and transformation. The Osho Transformation Tarot can be used in a number of ways. You can choose one card and read the accompanying story as a theme for contemplation during the day. Or, you can arrange several cards in any of the simple layouts suggested in this book, to gain insight into a particular life question that is facing you right now. Throughout the centuries, the mystics and sages have used parables as a way to help us more easily remember and reflect on the deepest secrets of life. Osho is a master storyteller of our times, who has an uncommon knack for bringing the timeless wisdom of ancient parables right into the 21st century, in a way that gives us immediate and practical insight into the realities of contemporary life.