How do you work with the Tree of Life?
Mark Horn was born into Judaism and, like so many seekers, walked away from the religion of his birth to explore other options. As a gay man, it was a complicated path back to Judaism. Somewhere along the line he discovered tarot and again, like so many of us who were self-disenfranchised, it brought him back into the world of his religion of birth through the esoteric back door.
Whether you are interested in tarot or Kabbalism or both, what you will find in this book is spiritual guidance in a very practical form. I have been interested in Kabbalah for thirty years and I’ve done quite a lot of reading on the subject. This is the first book I’ve come across that brings the Kabbalistic glyph, The Tree of Life, into real-world terms that make it truly relevant to my spiritual pursuits. Relating it to the tarot, for me, is the icing on the cake. It is not the first time I’ve encountered the correspondences between the tarot and The Tree of Life, but it is the first time that I’ve had it all fall into place in a way that makes organic sense to me.
The book offers novices easy access to the complex worlds of tarot and Kabbalah. For experienced seekers like myself, it provides a solid framework in the physical world from which to explore the things that cannot be put into words. SHOP FOR THE BOOK
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