Tag: astrology

Winds of Change are Brewing

Tarot is great for transitions. And Astrologically, that’s what we are in a swirling whirl of right now.

According to those in the know with the zodiac, don’t stress the success this next week. Let the Full Moon slow you down and remind you what you’re ready to release and let go of in your patterns in life.

Take it easy and get some fresh awareness from a place of centered clarity that will make you more efficient in the time ahead.

Then, treat yourself to 10% off a reading or a lesson in the cards to figure out how to best set your sails in this upcoming season. Use the code RETRO22 at checkout, or mention it to me when you text or call to schedule.

Use this unique astro phase to get an insightful Tarot Reading in-person and online. People often share that they feel uplifted, empowered, and validated in their own inner knowing after a session with me.

Bonus Offer! This month, if you send someone new my way who gets a reading or lesson and they mention your name, you get $10 off your next session of any kind with me, including my upcoming class!


You are More than your Sun

This weekend, we transition from Cancer to Leo, and are about to step into the full warmth of summer. I drew some cards to help you align with how to best manage this next week.

Own this season of your own life with empowerment when you get a Tarot Reading with me in-person on online.

An Astro Journal Exercise

Venus Retrograde is OVER!
If the last few weeks have included relationship challenges, it’s time to take a breath of relief.
Then take note of the lessons that may have come through your life since December 19th.

If you give a Witch an Intuitive Astrology Reading . . .

Well, this week was a doozy for me. That’s why I simply want to share with you an Intutive Astrology weekly report from Molly McCord that felt like I was getting a personal tarot reading.

Rock the Retro(grade)

It’s  become the most infamous of astrological events, the dreaded Mercury Retrograde. (Dun dun dunnnn) The thing is, it doesn’t have to be a burden if you look a bit closer into how to manage it.