Tag: tarot cards

Tarot People are Your People

Last weekend, I joined a group of fellow tarot readers at the coast.
We shared readings and stories and food and laughter.

I didn’t know any of them when I signed up to spend 3 days together, but I knew we would be kindred spirits.

I did not always have such certainty in my love of divination community. 

For years, I was nervous to go to tarot conferences for what I might learn.

Come Play for World Tarot Day

On May 25th, Wednesday, we will offer a night of professional readers, guided practice sessions, and local authors of tarot books sharing their insights. If you get your ticket now, you get two raffle tickets to score some unique offerings from our growing list of prizes! More details below, sign up today to join us!

Tarot Noir: A Free Reading & Flip Through

I love old movies  and books as much as I love Tarot.
(I guess I am a true Cancerian).

So I was giddy when I found this new deck (already sold out!) by Todd Alcott that merges the Smith-Rider-Waite deck and art reminiscent of classic cinema posters, old Mad Men era advertising, and, of course, pulp novel covers.

Engage Your Mind’s Capabilities with Tarot

Learning Tarot is a unique entrance into another way of experiencing our brain’s full capacity.
You already have a vast amount of wisdom to serve your readings, and my class offers you a key to connect what you already know to what you desire to learn.
If you want to read the cards without a book, this is your chance to put focus into a real solution and make your desire come to fruition. 

Aries Manifestation Skills

The New Moon in Aries is a reminder to tap into that kind of manifestation energy.

Here is a ritual for you to enact with the inspiration of my mom’s story.

If learning to trust your inner voice more is a goal you desire, tarot is a magnificent pathway.

This is a great astrological time to tap into your own empowered psychic gifts and join The Art of Reading Tarot Course. 

Who is the Fool in the Tower?

Surprise . . . You are. And so am I. 
Each of us is, really.

While this question may sound like a political joke, in the Tarot it is a reference to the individual’s moment of great challenge in our most essential life lessons. 

And that includes you on your own hero’s journey.

The Tower is the challenge in life that will keep coming around again and again until your inner Fool defeats it.

What Questions Do You Want to Ask?

A rare offering from me, next Wednesday at Noon PST I am going to do an Instagram Live to cover anything you want to discuss in these realms!

I will answer your questions about how to read the cards or get direction in your life. First come, first serve! So arrive early to get your chance!

This is all a warm up to my upcoming April edition of The Art of Reading Tarot Course.

What to Look for in a Tarot Deck

“Can I Buy My Own First Deck?”
I get this question a lot.
The Answer is a Resounding YES.
People want to add mystery and ritual to the tarot, so they have created this story that makes it seem more like a club that you need to know someone to get into.
Unless you’re already in a coven with a matriarch who is about to bequeath you with your first deck, please buy your own deck.

Tarot Enhances Life

When you pull a card that speaks directly to your situation, take a moment to sit in the awareness that magic exists, and you are a part of it.
You can choose to include this gift in your life as often as you like. 
You can fill your belly full with the alchemy of experiencing both the physical and mystical simultaneously.
Open the door to this adventure by joining my upcoming class this April in The Art of Reading Tarot 

3 Unexpected Benefits of Reading Tarot

As you learn to manage life in new ways through the archetypes, they in turn also illuminate new understandings into who you are through how you interpret them.

I am in love with my personal relationship to this unique art form. I see how their concepts evolve with me and support me to live my best life.