The far-reaching branches of the Tarot serve as a foundation for the many influences and faces it has acquired throughout time. Come along with us into a world of sacred imagery and insight.
by Isha Lerner & Mark Lerner
A best-selling tarot deck, with 78 beautifully-illustrated cards of child-like whimsy and wonder, illuminating the mystical meaning of fairy tales and the hero’s journey of the soul.
by Isha Lerner
Created to accompany the best-selling Inner Child Tarot Cards, this workbook contains further exercises and applications, as well as new insights into the unconscious world of universal symbolism.
Written by Isha Lerner
Written by Isha Lerner
This innovative 78-card tarot deck calls forth a shamanic presence through its evocative imagery of primal symbols and tribal art forms from earth mythology and folklore.
In this set of 32 exquisitely created divination cards, Isha Lerner combines flowers, the jewels of the botanical world, with the mythic archetypes of humanity. The entire set of flower essences associated with this book/deck set is also available.
Created by Susan Christhilf
In the 1930’s, British physician, Dr. Edward Bach, identified thirty-eight flower essences at the heart of which lay twelve primary ones. These flowers and their essences represented not only twelve basic personalities among humankind, but more so twelve “life lessons,” one to be learned by an individual Soul during its lifetime for its spiritual evolution.
Archetype, Tarot, and Mysticism
with Isha Lerner
The Deeper Meaning of Childhood Stories
In 1990, while in the midst of writing Inner Child Cards: A Fairy Tale Tarot, I found myself cleaning the attic of my childhood home after my mother had passed away. In an old box of saved treasures, I discovered a book entitled The Very Tall Book of Fairy Tales. As a child, I had loved this book that my great-aunt had sent to me from England, and I had marked the tales that were my favorites with a check mark. Later in life, I had experienced the healing effect of researching and gaining new understanding about the deeper meaning of those tales that had touched my heart and soul as a child.
That same box contained a story I had written at the age of
seven called "Buffy the Blind Man's Dog," which clearly identified
patterns I was living out and seeking to understand at the time. In the first
chapter, the blind man's dog gets killed by a reckless driver. The saga
explores the issues of survival, truth, and healing. I was very moved to find this story and, in the revisiting of it, was
able to gain a tremendous amount of compassion for my own healing journey.
The experience taught me the power of first writing one's own story and then
looking back upon that story with a measure of detachment, as if it were a
Our Tarot section is home to several wonderful Tarot-inspired book/deck sets created by our resident Tarot expert, Isha Lerner. Visit here for FREE automated readings or send an E-card. Also stay tuned for Tarot-related blogs by Isha and guest bloggers, as well as Tarot-inspired smartphone and web-based applications.
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