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90 percent of the book are the two author's own view of the 78 cards, each card get a few blurbs, and yes one of those blurbs are a mindfullness exercise but those exercises are rather meh Other than that there is a handful of pages about Tarot and Mindfullness and very little else, this is a little white book.
Another problem is that the authors phrase each card in a positive light, even 10 of swords are positive, so this become a gray mass of super positive bull.
The biggest problem is that this is so badly written I hardly retained any information, the language is so clumsily written and there are so many inspirational quotes put in everywhere I completely lost track, even reading a paragraph multiple times I generally did not retain any information. This is a headache inducing mess to read.
You should also be aware that this book just discuss RWS symbology and not Tarot in general so if the RWS is not for you then you might as well skip this book. This feel like a hastily thrown together money grab that use the word mindfulness in the title because it is popular right now. There is one method of numerology to calculate out cards for a reading which is interesting, other than that I would say skip this book, it is just not good.