Neo Tarot: A Fresh Approach to Self-Care, Healing & Empowerment (Hardcover)
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"A powerful, straight-shooting writer and one of the most compelling new voices to emerge in the self-care and spirituality space." — Sophia Amoruso, New York Times best-selling author of Girlboss
The tarot is an empowering tool that has been used for divination over the centuries. But in Neo Tarot, tarot reader, writer and all-round witch, Jerico Mandybur, offers a refreshing and intelligent look at the ancient cards and practices, showing you that they should be used as healing tool first and foremost.
With a beautifully illustrated 78-strong deck alongside – with relatable explanations of the profound symbolism of each card – this modern guidebook is a mixture of revealing insights, practical wisdom and actionable exercises that readers can incorporate into their self-care practice instantly, and watch their self-love flourish.
About the Author
A true digital native, Jerico Mandybur was the founding editorial director of Girlboss and hosts the hit podcast Self Service. She is a writer and commentator adept at identifying important discussions to young women online – across feminism, LGBTQ+ conversations, social justice, pop culture and, of course, self-care. She is also an intuitive guide, offering tarot reading and reiki healing, and a spiritual self-care coach dedicated to intersectional healing. Her work has been featured everywhere from Refinery29, The Guardian, ABC, Brit+Co, Bust Magazine and many more, and she's appeared on stage at speaking events from Girlboss Rally, Pinterest's In The Making, Teen Vogue Summit, Girl School and more.
"Jerico Mandybur's Neo Tarot offers journaling prompts for self-reflection and self-care. Grab a blank notebook and get ready to write!." - Cosmopolitan
'A powerful, straight-shooting writer and one of the most compelling new voices to emerge in the self-care and spirituality space.' -Sophia Amoruso, New York Times best-selling author of Girlboss
And then there was the Miso-Ghee Chicken, which was truly magical ...if you're cooking for one or two, and you want to eat something that tastes like real food that is, something that tastes like it required a lot more effort to make than it actually did this is an excellent book to keep in your repertoire. ~ The Takeout