Caroline Gutman

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The Guardian: When the mystical goes mainstream: how tarot became a self-care phenomenon
Location: Philadelphia
Nationality: American
Biography: Caroline Gutman is a freelance photographer and writer based between Washington, DC and Philadelphia, PA, USA. Her work often looks at gender and economic inequality, climate change, and art and cultural innovation. Her work has been featured by... MORE
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The Guardian: When the mystical goes mainstream: how tarot became a self-care phenomenon
Copyright Caroline Gutman 2022
Updated Dec 2021
Location Philadelphia, PA
Topics Abundance, Arts, Author, Belief, Business, Celebrity, Editorial, Faith, Journalism, Joy, Love, Media, Opinions, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Psychology, Relationships, Religion, Self-Improvement, Social Work, Spirituality, Tarot
Author Jessica Dore at home, before the release of her first book, “Tarot For Change: Using the Cards for Self-Care, Acceptance and Growth.”

Dore, who is also a licensed social worker, has gained an online following with her daily tarot card interpretations which blend psychology, self-reflection and spirituality.

Story by Elle Hunt: “Tarot as practiced by Dore does not so much provide answers as it generates more questions. “You’re not predicting the future – you’re really just exploring, looking at the images and activating the imagination,” she says.

“Dore likens drawing cards to yoga: a daily discipline of self-care, containing ‘profound spiritual data’ to be experienced rather than intellectualised. “I came to tarot needing to figure out how to take better care of myself, how to check in with myself, to show up for myself.’”

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/oct/27/tarot-cards-self-care-jessica-dore-interview
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