Why it is important to allow the Tarot cards to carry the full spectrum of meanings and to not censor grief, loss or suffering.
These are the three steps you need to take with your Tarot clients if you wish to ensure that they get a holistic and empowering reading.
How to read Tarot cards that appear negative in positive spread positions and vice versa, by learning to tune into the full spectrum of a card’s energy.
Learn how to enhance your readings, Tarot magick and healing work with crystals, as well as how to use the Tarot to get to know your crystals better.
The right yes/no question is as proactive and empowering as possible. An example of a yes/no question that disempowers is ‘Should I…?’ The Tarot will never tell you what you should or shouldn’t do.
Can Tarot readers read your mind and should they really all be working for free? Learn about some of the most common myths people have about Tarot readers and what healthy expectations of readers and their services might look like instead.
Do you read with reversals in your Tarot readings? I have been thinking some more about reversals lately and realise it’s been nearly three years since…
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!
Many of the readings I do are based on a question rather than a set spread such as the Zodiac spread or the Celtic Cross. After many years of doing readings, I have reached a method for reading intuitively that is flexible, flows and allows me to connect with the question at hand on a deep energetic level. The Intuitive …
As we ascend into higher dimensions, the sort of questions we ask of the cards are bound to change. The shift, which has already been in progress for some time now, is already starting to move the questions about love and relationships we ask of the Tarot away from ‘What can I get from this?’ or ‘Will things go my way?’ to ‘How can I make sure that the outcome serves the highest good of all concerned?’