This mystical sentry, in exalted stillness, she guards hallowed insights.
Of all your exemplar existences, the keen diabolist conceives them tenaciously.
Over the years, I’ve observed some confusion about what “intuitive reading” is in the online tarot communities. A lot of people identify as intuitive readers but there seems to be several different ideas of what that means. These concepts seem to range from the idea of a “psychic” reader to someone who just picks upContinue reading “What Exactly Is Intuitive Tarot Reading?”
Like me, at some point you may consider creating your own tarot reading system. Or your own approach may just develop organically as you select what techniques work best for you. A few years ago I realized that adhering to external Tarot systems and traditions was not for me. I found that my personal readingContinue reading “Creating your own Tarot system”
Beginning your journey as a Tarot student can feel overwhelming. Looking back I realize there was so much I wish I’d known when I embark on this journey (for a second time as an adult). Here are some of the key things I wish I knew: Finding the right deck(s) – I recently read aContinue reading “Tarot Study – What I Wish I Knew…”
Very often people who are new to tarot readings often ask for a “general reading” or just don’t come to their session prepared with any questions. Since this is a common occurrence I wanted to write another blog about the importance of asking questions when you receive a reading. Here is an analogy that cameContinue reading “Questions and the Tarot”
Are you in Vermont? Northern New England? Are you an amateur, professional or aspiring Tarot reader? Want to make friends with other Tarot lovers in your region? We can learn from each other, practice readings, nerd out on Tarot and just have fun! I want to do all of this outside social media platforms. IContinue reading “Northern New England Tarot Social Group”
Most books I’ve read, if not all, that teach the psycho-spiritual (Golden Dawn) approach to Tarot recommend pulling one card a day. They encourage recording your observations about that card’s energies and how they manifest in your daily experience in a journal. I did this practice for years and found it very informative. Those inContinue reading “Daily Draws”
As I mentioned in previous blogs Arthur Waite described “true tarot as symbolism.” I agree wholeheartedly with Waite. Since symbolism is at the heart of tarot this is where we start our study of my oracular tarot method. I always find looking at definitions helps me when I jump into an exploration of a newContinue reading “Oracular Tarot – Tarot and Symbolism”