The first of its kind, this road trip-inspired tarot deck from writer Elizabeth Su is on a mission to celebrate the Asian American experience and empower women to love all aspects of themselves and the natural world around them. The 78-card deck, full of gorgeous illustrations by artist Jenny Chang, takes you on an epic adventure of self-discovery, acceptance, and belonging.
A magical road-trip to find your true self. Author Elizabeth Su can’t wait for you to embark on this adventure of self-empowerment with her.
Curated with slumber party vibes and best-friend advice, this contemporary deck designed for tarot newbies and seasoned practitioners alike will resonate with outdoors lovers, crystal hoarders, boba connoisseurs, and everyone in between. Are you ready to connect to your intuition and find out who you are underneath who the world told you to be?
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I have taken everything I’ve learned on my journey thus far – the pain and the beauty – and infused it into these 78-cards (illustrated by my dear friend and talented artist Jenny Chang) & 200-page guidebook filled with bestie advice. 🌈
Turns out that loving yourself is a hell of a lot easier when you can see yourself at the center of the story.
This is for you. This is for me. This is for us <3
So really, this tarot deck is for all the mixed kids and immigrant kids and third culture kids who have ever questioned if they were “enough.” It’s for anyone who has struggled to figure out who they are and where they belong 💛
My writing teacher once told me that, as Asian American women, we often need to write ourselves into existence. That is everything The Adventure Tarot is to me. A window into my own self-love journey, a way of declaring to the world that I AM PROUD TO BE ASIAN.
As a third-gen, mixed girl from the Midwest, I spent most of my life rejecting my Chinese side. Erasure and assimilation are their own flavors of racial trauma. The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in 2020 hit me hard, as it did with many, and for the first time in my life, my Asianness felt important to me. Grief is strange like that. It’s like I didn’t realize what was missing until my heart felt this new kind of achiness, a longing, a loss.
At the time, my hubs and I were living nomadically, travelling all over the United States. What started out as a carefree road trip became a two-and-a-half-year search for belonging. It was through this reclamation journey that The Adventure Tarot was born.