Book Review: 365 Tarot Spreads by Sasha Graham
Review by Dawn Thomas
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Tarot, Divination, Ritual, Magic, Spirituality
Ms. Graham begins the book with a short introduction in which she explains tarot and the art of asking a question. All questions come down to the same themes: love, money, career, and life path. She discusses what it means to be human along with the challenges she faced while writing this book. There is also a brief section on the importance of calendars and time.
The book is divided into months with a different theme every day and each entry has a bit of trivia. The daily themes run from financial to health concerns. I love the concept of a different tarot spread for each day. In the past, I used to pull a card a day and then ask what was in store for me. Using spreads gives me more information than a single card. One day, I created an eight-card spread. The information I received from the cards was illuminating. I do not think I could have received so much information with a single or even a three-card pull.
The spreads are not difficult and are easy to do for yourself or others. Another nice aspect is the ability to use any deck of cards for these spreads. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys working with tarot and learning new spreads.