Affirmations with the Tarot

by Janet Boyer

Publisher: Janet Boyer

Publication Date: December 15, 2016

ISBN: 9781370866441

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Tarot expert, author, reviewer, teacher, professional reader and popular radio guest Janet Boyer provides original affirmations for all 78 cards of the Tarot—20 for each card. That’s 1,560 affirmations for you to use in the powerful eBook AFFIRMATIONS WITH THE TAROT! She's done all the research and hard work so you don't have to.

Affirmations are a powerful way to find focus and increase more of what you want in life. When stated positively (that is, absent of negative words such as “no”, “not”, “can’t”, “won’t”, “don’t” and so on), and in the present tense, affirmations become verbal talismans that, over time, can literally change your life. This is because a shift of perspectives, thought patterns, attitudes, beliefs and expectations changes not only the direction of your life, but your actual brain chemistry. The science of Positive Psychology, pioneered by Dr. Martin Seligman, proves a direct link between optimism and resilience, personal fulfillment and happiness. One of the most potent tools in the optimism toolbox is affirmations.

Contrary to what some think (especially cynics), affirmations are not the denial of “reality”. It would be counterproductive and disheartening to affirm “I am in perfect health” when you’re experiencing abdominal pain from gallstones or a runny nose from allergies. Likewise, it would be a bit silly to affirm “I’m a millionaire” when you have $50 to your name.

However, what we focus on does get “bigger” in our life experience; it’s just the way we’re wired as humans. Look at it this way: when you’re driving an automobile, wherever and whatever you’re looking at determines how you steer the wheel. The steering of the wheel determines the direction of the car. The direction of the car determines if you stay on the road, avoid obstacles, run into a ditch, total the vehicle or—worst case scenario—crash into pedestrians, animals or other drivers.

Consider affirmations an important instrument for ...