The court cards are the personalities of the Tarot. All of us contain a bit of each in our own personalities to a greater or lesser degree. It's not too difficult to spot this in ourselves or others closest to us, but perhaps more difficult to see in others. When we look at others we … Continue reading The Court of the Tarot, their Personality. Suit and Element Continued
Fewer tarot decks. Less space. Careful purchasing. Ecologically mindful. In depth awareness of the messages of the cards. A raise of the rude finger to the materialism machine. I'm not talking about one deck forever. I'm talking about a carefully created clutch of divination loveliness put together not on a tide of want, but in … Continue reading Tarot Cards – Making the Case For Less
Saying that a person can intuitively read the Tarot, or any other divination system such as playing cards or lenormand without learning that system is akin to someone saying that they can intuitively bake a cake without understanding ingredients, methods and cooking times. Learn the system, and allow for, rather than expect, intuition to play … Continue reading Intuitive Tarot?
When a prediction is sought in the cards, an outcome or the likely result of some issue or sequence of events, we'd like it to be accurate. We'd like the reading to be precise, and we'd like it to speak honestly, acknowledging both the good and the bad (oooooo duality, a bit of a dirty … Continue reading Predictive Tarot Readings and Exploratory Tarot Readings
I bang on about empowerment all of the time. For me, a Tarot reading of consequence has to remind people where their own power lies. Where they can make changes, and where the only change that they can make is how they're affected by stuff. I always sit next to the person I'm reading for … Continue reading Tarot Readings Of Consequence