Part two of a 4-week Intuitive Tarot course to help you tune into the cards energetically by working with the Four Elements.
A 4-week Intuitive Tarot course to help you tune into the cards energetically by working with the Four Elements.
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The Hermit (Virgo) corresponds to the Third Eye. The Hermit archetype helps us connect with our inner wisdom through life reviews and acknowledging the lessons of the past. The Hermit then shows us how to shine our light of deep understanding in the world as guides, counsellors and teachers. As you may well have guessed this is also a card …
Today I thought we would break the structure of the Tarot deck down in a way that gives you the bigger picture in love and relationship readings. It is always useful to look at the bigger picture first when analysing a Tarot spread, before delving into specific card/positional and combination meanings
This is not really a new Tarot spread – I have already shared versions of it on the blog… This is more of a ‘how to’… Today I want you to get a different feel for this traditional star layout when used for an overview of the relationship. In essence, at a glance, you get the same type of information …