The characters we meet in tarot are not solitary, disparate figures; they are archetypes. On one level they represent qualities waiting to be birthed in our beings. On another level, they tell a story of the human journey, the unfolding of the human spirit as it traverses different terrains.
The Sufi Tarot is a bridge between the inner and the outer. It is a bridge between cultures, a bridge between past and present, and a bridge between our souls. But perhaps, most importantly, it is a bridge between the healed and unhealed parts of our beings.
“Readings from this tarot have been a guiding and reassuring light, always pulling me back to where I need to be. I have no doubt these cards will be significant.”
Laury Silvers, Ph.D, historian of Sufism and author of the novels, The Sufi Mysteries Quartet