Your Tarot Toolkit

Build a tarot practice grounded in mindfulness & inclusivity

For beginners & experienced tarot practitioners alike!

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Your Tarot Toolkit is a companion for the tarot practitioner who wants to take their daily practice beyond act of drawing a card.

For every card in the Rider-Waite system of tarot, this book provides affirmations, reflection questions for journaling, and hands-on activities.

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Each tarot card tells a story, and this book will guide you through the process of translating those stories into meaningful understanding and action.

As I put Your Tarot Toolkit together, I sought to create a handbook that is as accessible as it is practical. For example, suggested activities that involve physical activity always offer an alternative for those of us who have significant physical limitations.

Your Tarot Toolkit will lead you to new insights and new ways to carry your tarot practice into your life – while embracing yourself exactly as you are.

Praise for Your Tarot Toolkit

“The author has such a laid back attitude, open mind, and calming approach to the cards.”

“This is a safe space for you by someone with an incredible amount of compassion, intelligence, and care. You cannot go wrong with this book.”

–Jenna Matlin, author of Will You Give Me a Reading?

“The information given is some of the best reflection work I’ve read.”

About the Author

Ru-Lee Story

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Ru-Lee’s story is that of a nonbinary and disabled author, tarot practitioner, and tea enthusiast.

They have nearly five years’ experience reading tarot for themself and others, professionally and recreationally. They’re a certified spiritual coach through the Life Purpose Institute, and their goal is to become a Unitarian Universalist chaplain.

Ru-Lee’s passion lies wherever spirituality and storytelling connect, and tarot fits perfectly into the center of that Venn diagram. When they aren’t writing or slinging cards, Ru likes to spend time with their goofy spouse Benjamin and their goofier cat Frisk. They also love to read and play video games.

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