Could writing gratitude lists be making you feel WORSE? Perhaps writing an INGRATITUDE list works better? Here’s how to do it with a bit of help from the Tarot!
How to work with Astrology and Tarot for understanding and balancing your Sun, Moon and Rising signs. Contains a Tarot spread.
A Tarot spread for invoking the guidance of Archangel Jeremiel. Learn how to integrate past lessons, invoke divine mercy and move forward with grace.
A Shadow Tarot spread to help you unlock the power of your Plutonian self in the days leading up to the Scorpio New Moon or when going through a Pluto transit.
Did you know you can use the Tarot to communicate with departed loved ones, spirit guides and your very own guardian angel?
This particular spread is to be used for someone you were close to and who passed away quite recently (recently enough for it to still play on your mind!). It can be used with either Tarot or Oracle cards. If you do use oracle cards, make sure they are not just sweet and light Angel cards but have a few more variations and moods included.
Last week, I posted a Three Souls Tarot Spread for personal development on www.tarotize.com. After creating this spread, it struck me that looking at the state of the connection of the Three Souls between two individuals could also be useful.
The inspiration for this spread comes from the Victorian Romantic Tarot deck itself as well as from working myself through the 6 week ‘May Cause Miracles’ course which has self-love as the theme this week. It was the two Lovers cards which gave me the idea for creating a visually appealing and telling spread around one of them (central card …
The veil is growing thinner and we are fast approaching that Day of the Year when the voices of our ancestors can be heard by those who are willing to listen with their hearts. I’m fairly sure that many of those voices will be whispering:
Don’t die with your music still inside you
The relationship Tarot spread below can be used for any type of relationship and is not limited to love and romance. It was inspired by Gandhi quote Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony. ~ Gandhi