The Lovers Tarot Card and Notebook

The Major and Minor Arcana in Love and Relationship Tarot Readings

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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

11 Love Tarot Reading Blunders You Will Want to Avoid

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Have you ever wondered why it is so hard to read for yourself about love and relationships? Maybe you have even had the experience of going to a couple of different Tarot readers with the same question and received wildly varying predictions? It’s pretty bad when you have a reading or two and end up more confused than you were to begin with!

Tarot Card Combinations for Marriage

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Other than ‘Will he come back?,’ the most popular question I get asked is ‘When will I meet The One?’… as in the one you marry, settle down and start a family with. So I thought we would look at some card combinations that show the intent to truly commit.

4 Myths and 7 Truths about Soul Mate Relationships

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  As a tarot reader, I often get asked if the person a client is dating is their soul mate. There is nothing odd about having an intuitive feeling of being deeply connected to someone you have just met – Most of the time, the cards verify this gut feeling and he or she do indeed turn out to be a soul mate. What many people don’t realise is that meeting a soul mate does not automatically equal ‘happily ever …

The Shit Sandwich Tarot Spread

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Did your teacher talk about the ‘shit sandwich’ when you went to school? It’s a technique for how to deliver constructive criticism. Basically, it consists of saying something supportive/encouraging, then adding in the criticism (pointing out what could be improved, along with tips about how to do so) and ending the same way you started by mentioning something that you are already doing that works. For criticism to be constructive, you have to let the person know what already works …