Sometimes there is real advantage in picking up a tarot deck that does not appeal to you at all. The quality of readings you receive can really surprise you. Such could be the case for you with Ananda Kurt Pilz’s Ananda Tarot.
I picked up this brand new Ananda tarot at a used book store while visiting my in-laws earlier this year. Sometimes people complain about poor packaging with tarot decks. This Ananda tarot would never be damaged in transit. AGMuller went above and beyond with a large, white plastic binder which holds a substantial book and the deck itself.
Does anyone else think this Knight of Flames card looks like Jim Morrison?
The following tarot deck interview was conducted using FireHaven’s spread, which you can download for free here: [download id="3"]
Tarot Deck Interview with the Ananda Tarot
1. Tell me about yourself. What is your most important characteristic?
2. What are your strengths as a tarot deck?
(Princess of Swords) I provide new ways to understand. Free your thoughts and free your mind to soar.
3. What are your limits as a tarot deck?
(XIV Balance (Temperance) (reversed)) I’m better when used in conjunction with other decks. If you try to use me as your only deck, you may find yourself flying underwater.
4. What are you here to teach us?
(Ace of Spheres) How to best manifest thoughts and dreams into physical reality.
5. How can we best learn from and collaborate with you?
(Two of Spheres) Work with me. Read with me. Allow your mind to relax. Let go of set meanings.
6. What is the potential outcome of our working relationship?
(Knight of Flames)You can gain tremendous power in your reading ability.
7. Any final words?
(4 of Cups) Indulge yourself. Give yourself some time with me. I’ll help you let your hair down.
Where can you find the Ananda Tarot
The Ananda Tarot by Ananda Kurt Pilz, ISBN 3038190012, was published by AGMuller in 2003. Though out of print, it is readily available at low cost through ABE Books.
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