Can you be a Christian and a Tarot reader? Or will you burn in hell if you perform an act of divination? What does your heart tell you… Will you let someone else dictate the truth?
A review of the book ‘From New Age to Christianity’ by Doreen Virtue et al, based on Q & A sessions in the From New Age to Christianity Recovery group on Facebook.
After a rather personal share about my relationship with Jesus on Facebook last night, a sweet lady contacted me with the following question: I’m sorry to bother you but I was really touched by your post about Jesus & I just wanted to ask if you perhaps have any tips on healing wounds from dealing with Christianity?
What could make someone embrace a fear-based spiritual path?
ChristoPaganism isn’t easy to define… at least not from the outside. Recent revelations helped me to finally come up with a definition that I’m happy to share.
Are you a Christian, wanting to read the Tarot but not sure if it is ‘allowed’? Are you a Tarot reader and ashamed of your Christian roots? This is for you!
It’s funny being a Christian Tarot reader in a predominantly New Age/Pagan community. You get to see YOUR Tarot appropriated with the help of alternative facts.
The New Age movement has pretty much monopolised working with subtle energies. While it is understandable since people lost touch with their tribal roots and most branches of Christianity disowned this side of mysticism, it is also highly regrettable because the lack of context could actually be the very thing that is making people ill.
New Year, New Tarot Journey. Will you follow me in 2017, as I begin sharing about Tarot from the perspective of being a follower of the Way?
Dispelling some of the most common myths about ChristoPagans and ChristoPaganism.
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