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Shifting Perception and a Message on Difficult Times

I wanted to share this post this morning because it truly is beautiful. I think that the message behind this is so important. We all have difficult moments in our lives, and sometimes difficult periods that can span for years, and it is often…

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Tarot Talk: Those Age old Myths by Light Wands (WordPress Share)

There are so many myths around Tarot, and I think that taking any opportunity to dispell them is essential. I thought I would share from the Light Wands blog, their thoughts and opinions on these myths. Tarot is an old practice often associated with…

Pamela Coleman Smith: The True Energy and Essence Behind the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot Deck — Rosalind Medea (WordPress Share)

It’s shocking for how long of my Tarot career that I didn’t know the name of hte artist behind the traditional Rider-Waite deck. Following the exploration of hte High Priestess, I wanted to share this wonderful post by Rosalind Medea on the Mother of…

The 78 Cards: The High Priestess by Light Wands (WordPress Share)

I always strongly encouage people to read widely, to expand thier understanding of the Tarot. Despite having read the cards for 15 years, I still read books coming out, books published in the past that are meant for all levels of reader (hence my…

Lesson 47 – King Pentacles — Miss Fiona’s Tea-break Tarot School (WordPress Share)

I regularly read Miss Fiona’s Tea-Break Tarot lessons. I look forward to them. They bring a sense of peace as I read them, and with it being in Taurus season, and with all the retrogrades setting into motion, I wanted to share something grounding…

3-Card Spread — Tarotandthings (Shared from WordPress)

The 3-Card spread is such a classic, and the reason behind this is it’s maliability and ease of reading. Those three cards can represent what you need them to. I thought I would share with you a post from TarotMum13 (whose blog I adore),…

Trzes’ Mamluk Deck: The Granddaddy of European Playing Cards — Tarot Heritage (Shared from WordPress)

There is so much to be said for the history of the Tarot, or of playing cards in general. There is so much speculation regarding the origins, whether they’re from China, Italy, Egypt, etc. This post was a very interesting read, though does make…

Jesse Russell – The Colors of Our Dreams (Shared from WordPress)

Colors are a huge part of tarot reading, the keyword being reading. One can memorize the definitions of a card, but when actually reading the spread and the layout, everything shoudl be taken account for, including the colors, and how they present to you. This…

Featured Card of the Day – 2 of Cups – 78 Tarot Mythical — Tarot by Cecelia (Shared from WordPress)

Considering that we have just wrapped up our Weekly Tarot Card for the 2 of Cups, I thought it was appropriate to share this post from the blog, Tarot by Cecelia, which features weekly tarot cards. Read what she has to say about hte…

‘2020 Presidential Candidate’s Tarot Profile Spread’–Parsifal’s Wheel Tarot & Astrology (Shared from WordPress)

Given that the political climate in the US is in the process of heating up again, I thought it would be fun to share this spread from Parsifal’s Wheel. I regularly enjoy their posts, and this is no exception. I’ve just created a spread…

Benebell Wen: Diversity in Tarot and Oracle Decks (Shared from YouTube)

I wanted to share this video this week becuase I think it is extremely important. As we move forward to create a bigger table for everyone to sit at, we need to be aware of what we are supporting and why we are supporting it….

A Tarot “How-To” – Deck Randomization — Parsifal’s Wheel Tarot & Astrology (Shared from WordPress)

Some of us make a big deal of ensuring that our reading deck is thoroughly “randomized” before we set out to do a reading, so we don’t wind up with predetermined card sequences in our spreads – for example, a residue of card combinations…

Psychic Sarah: “Boundaries for Tarot Readers ~ podcast — Tarot Readings with Psychic Sarah” (Shared from WordPress)

I listened to this episode the other day, and I think there is some really important information in here. It is so important that we set our boundaries and stay within them to prevent burnout or draining. Keep yourselves safe, and know where your…

Couldrons and Cupcake: How to Be Strong (Shared from WordPress)

This post istn’t particularly about tarot, but I wanted to share it any way. I have an absolute love for this blog. The writer is always posting strengthening messages and experiences, and I always get excited when I see they have a new post….

Tarot Heritage: Tarrochi di Basancon Milker (Shared from WordPress)

Tarocchi di Besançon Miller 1780 – https://wp.me/p1HzSL-st

James Ricklef’s Tarot Blog : The Queen of Pentacles Suggests a Way to Live a Happier Life (Shared from WordPress)

There are many ways to use Tarot cards beyond the well-known process of traditional readings. Here’s a way to create a happier, more fulfilled life today using messages and advice from the Queen of Pentacles. The Queen of Pentacles suggests a way to live a happier…

Free Herbalism Project

I know I usually do a blog share on the weekend, but I really wanted to share this one.  If you live in the area of this project, I highly recommend going. From my understanding, it’s put on by Mountain Rose Herbs, and I have…

Emerald Lotus Divination: Relationship with Social MediaSpread (Shared from WordPress)

Tarot Spread – Relationship with Social Media – https://emeraldlotus.ca/2019/02/23/tarot-spread-relationship-with-social-media/

Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs’ ‘The 12 Chakras’ (Shared via WordPress)

Most people know of the 7 chakras. But Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs writes about the 12 chakras, expanding what you may or may not know about the Chakra system. As many messages and functions of the chakras can correspond to the messages of…

Jessi Huntenburg: How to Detetc Psychic Fraudes and Spiritual Charlatans (Shared from WordPress)

Earlier this week, Instagram queen and self-professed energy healer Audrey Kitching was exposed as fraudulent and abusive. Oh great, I though as I read the headlines and the charged reactions of the Twitterverse. Just another in a long line of manipulative con-artists mistreating folks…

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