Osho Zen Tarot Review (All 78 Cards Revealed)

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THE OSHO ZEN TAROT REVIEW

The Osho Zen Tarot, a deck of 79 cards, is an alternative to the traditional deck. It was created from the transcendental videogame of Zen. Many modifications can be made to fit the Zen style. There is an additional significant arcana card that Osho holds, plus 4 suits of fire, clouds and water. The deck of Osho-Zen Tarot cards covers all aspects of human experience. These cards can quickly remove the reality from any situation and mix the intuition upon first sight.

Osho-Zen deck includes a friend publication that recognizes Eastern Philosophy and provides a recommendation for every card’s analysis. Osho’s visual and written message may be a refreshing change for those who are used to more Westernized decks.

Ma Deva Padma created this deck. It remained unreviewed for nearly 8 months. This deck is one of the most difficult to evaluate and also try. The deck has both good and bad points. Although it appears to be themeless and non-militant at first, after reading the publication, it becomes clear that the Tarot was used to communicate with Osho, the Zen Master who has passed away. The cards’ meanings are presented in such a manner that you feel you are being spoken to. Also, statements regarding particular ideas or activities can feel like broad declarations. These declarations could be interpreted as assertions that few people would agree with, unless they were of Osho Zen belief. The Lovers card summary contains one example of such a declaration: “Sexuality can be extremely animal.” This claim is not true, but it is also safe to say that these declarations were based on subjective thought, as many similar declarations are. They are therefore likely to not be approved by everyone.

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While the Major Arcana maintains the same purchasing and definitions, they often use different images. I was shocked to find that the High Priest, which is usually represented by a spiritual number and is referred to as No-Thingness, is actually now referring to overall blackness. It is possible that you are puzzled by my recommendation for No-Thingness. This is because I have yet to list the altered titles. Surprisingly, the guide doesn’t provide the usual titles. However, the standard buying is maintained so it is easy to determine which card is which. The Majors adhere to the following:

  1. Fool: Fool
  2. Magician: Existence
  3. High Priestess: Inner Voice
  4. Empress: Creativity
  5. Emperor: Rebel
  6. High Priest: No-Thingness
  7. Lovers: Lovers
  8. Chariot: Awareness
  9. Strength: Courage
  10. Hermit: Aloneness
  11. Wheel: Change
  12. Justice: Breakthrough
  13. Hanged Man: New Vision
  14. Death: Transformatio
  15. Devil: Conditioning
  16. Tower: Thunderbolt
  17. Star: Silence
  18. Moon: Past Lives
  19. Sun: Innocence
  20. Judgement: Beyond Illusion
  21. World: Completion
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