Tag: tarot cards

Leo Season: Tarot Readings For All

Since Leos love abundance, this week I offer two free tarot readings. A short and sweet one from my Arcane BS Oracle deck on Instagram (follow me if you haven’t already) and a ten-minute reading with the gorgeous Fantastic Menagerie Tarot Deck on YouTube.

Remove the Monster From Tarot

So much about Tarot is misunderstood. It is up to those of us who love it to demonstrate the truths of it. If you know someone who has the wrong idea  around what Tarot is about, please share my most recent YouTube on What to Expect from a Tarot Reading with them.

Celebrating the Heart’s Absurdity

According to this belief system, if nothing really matters, why not relish what you relish without a care for how others judge you. Absurdity celebrates each of us living for what we personally adore, however outlandish, and without regard for how we are looked upon by others.

How the Cards Helped Me on a Bad Day

Last week, I shared another Caturday reading for all, inspired by Dexter Murdermittens (see below) that reminded me just how the cards can support a bad day.

Card Art is Awesome

Did you know that modern playing cards derive from the Tarot deck? Yup. Hearts are Cups, Spades are Swords, Clubs are Wands, and Diamonds are Pentacles. Take out the Major Arcana and the Pages, and . . . voila . . . we can play gin rummy instead of divining the future.

Finding Your Center with Tarot

We often talk about getting centered. But what does that mean to you?

Ethics of Reading Tarot

For both students of tarot and those who want to receive readings from me, I want to share a bit about the tenements I hold dear. I believe that any quality colleagues would as well. Confidentiality – Anyone you read for should be allowed… Continue Reading “Ethics of Reading Tarot”

Intuitive Tarot Card Choice

When I choose cards from a tarot deck, I often have that pause of doubt. Move through this and learn deeper trust with your instincts.

A Calling in The Cards

It was not my plan to become a professional tarot reader. “Fortune teller” is not a title that leads to accolades of respect from the community. Yet, when I am reading, society’s judgments slip aside as I center myself in the magic of this strange art form.

Major Arcana in 2020

Consider the messages of various Tarot Archetypes in relation to what is happening in 2020.