The Rumi Tarot Kit
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The Rumi Tarot Kit

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Wander through the garden of divine love, tread the sacred path of the Sufi, and behold the spiritual reality of divine beauty with every step. A beloved saint, teacher, and poet of the Sufi tradition, Rumi celebrated love and its ability to set the soul to flight. Let yourself be transported by Rumi's sublime poetry and the enchantingly exotic imagery of this tarot kit--a...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published May 8th 2009 by Llewellyn Publications (first published May 1st 2009)
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Janet Boyer
"The prophetic light blazes timelessly at the heart of Sufi way, for Sufism transcends all the outward forms of religion--it pervades them as their eternal essence and yet preexisted them all. Sufism is the subtlest and deepest core of universal truth, the purity of the all-pervading and traceless gnosis." - From the Rumi Tarot companion book

I pre-ordered the Rumi Tarot from with great anticipation, especially since I've used Rumi's poetry for contemplation for several years. As I be...more
Amalia Nuraini
The Author did bring all the reference (especially in Islamic Tradition) very well to support the contemplating meaning of each tarot card based on Rumi's perspective.
Not my favourite; I didn't feel instantly connected to the cards, which sucked. But I did enjoy the meanings behind each card.
Andrew Smith
I thought it was a good attempt to blend Islamic mysticism with the traditionally Qabalastic tarot. Not for everyone though.
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