This week’s Media review was a double-whammy of book and Tarot deck with the Neo Tarot by Jerico Mandybur. This book/deck combo focusses on using the cards for self-care and healing rather than predictive reading practices. One of the ways of doing this is…
This is just the basic 2-Card Writing Prompt today, using a starting situation for Card 1 and a problem, which is Card 2. If you’re here for the first time, I usually do what is called the First Operation to determine the context or…
When considering what we need to let go, we need to consider what is damaging our climbing ability.
While this spread is going to identify the reward, it’s also going to identify the baggage that comes with it.
When I was learning tarot, or at least, dabbling within the first couple of years of my first deck, I really liked to over-think. I questioned what was there in the cards, wondered if the cards falling from my hands, or my incomplete shuffle was a sign, was a message, or if it was just me being clumsy. I think we all, as tarot readers, have these moments. I hear this question often enough.
The idea of this is to look at where your mental space is and your relationship to your current WIP. This should give you the tools you need to realise that it isn’t your creativity or your piece that’s holding you up, but something else. That something else is most likely unrelated, and thus, you can set it aside to deal with outside your creative work.
For this occasion, I’ve created a 30 day Tarot Challenge. Each day I’ll give you a spread to help you along the way with your piece. I’ll provide the layout and a sample reading. I personally will try my best to stick to the sample reading in my own piece as well.