Explaining why doing Tarot readings for people who are wanting to cheat on their partner is a no-go zone for me.
I recently got in contact with the lovely and erudite Benebell Well, author of the highly acclaimed Holistic Tarot – An Integrative Approach to Using Tarot for Personal Growth, and we found we had quite a lot in common in terms of how we view the Tarot.
A deck of cards… what can you actually gain from consulting a deck of cards? Isn’t a Tarot reading only something for the extremely gullible that are afraid of getting cursed unless they cross the fortune-tellers palm with silver?
Learn about some of the problems and pitfalls of using the Tarot cards for reading on the future. There are more constructive and healing ways to use the cards…
What a Holistic Tarot reading via email looks like in action. Includes a sample reading for a real life clieng and the client’s feedback.
After the overwhelming interest I had over on my blog for a free sample holistic Tarot reading, I realised that there is no blog post that fully explains what makes a Tarot reading truly holistic compared to traditional fortune-telling.
In a day and age when common sense seems to become increasingly less common, I feel this article is probably long overdue. The world of divination and fortune telling is riddled with aggressive marketing tactics and charlatans waiting to grab your every last penny (especially psychic phone lines).
The first cards I learned how to divine with were regular playing cards. For meanings, I relied heavily on the contents of a very special book…
A very special gift arrived through the post yesterday. A book about ‘divination and practical magic’, based on old Swedish occult knowledge and folklore.