Do you suffer from talk overload in your tarot practice? After a day of reading for others sometimes it’s hard to turn it all off and hear the silence. It’s important for our health and our development as readers to
I consider myself a gypsy soul. My daily intention is to take life in, to be curious and filled with wonder. This willingness to be open has lead me down so many beautiful paths, from meeting people, to experiencing things…
Tarot spreads are created for every purpose and every event one can imagine. But back in the 1960s and 70s this was not the case. If anything, an experienced reader might modify an existing spread to better fit their world
I received my first Tarot deck (1JJ Swiss) at the age of 17 from my maternal grandmother. From the start, the evocative imagery captured me – but it was also the way that one could use Tarot in such a
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! Our wrangler Ania Marczyk asked us to consider which cards need to be updated, removed or added to the deck to reflect our modern society. What a great question to ask the artists and authors
I still have notes on the first Tarot reading I did. It was the Rider-Waite deck (Pamela Colman Smith, the deck’s artist, was barely on the radar back then), standard “yellow box” with plaid backs. I didn’t particularly connect with
I have been a student of the Tarot most of my adult life. I first became interested in the Tarot when a friend shared his deck with me and attempted to do a reading. I was 19 at the time.