Visualize a bouquet, please. As you arrange the flowers in your best blue vase you assimilate the message. Not a message on a card. No-no. The flowers are the message. It goes something like this: I have bougainvillea and fuchsia for you, and sending you this bouquet required a lot of protea. Translation? I have… Continue reading Take Your Pick
Please take The Elevator Ride, and check out The Outsize Pram (you needn't buy it) before reading this post! How to ask If I go for a job interview and get the job, and want the tarot to help me decide whether to accept the position, I’d avoid asking questions that beg for a yes… Continue reading A Magic Carpet Ride?
Please take The Elevator Ride before reading this! When we ask questions that suggest we’re reluctant to take responsibility for our own life, and steer our own ship, we’ll get answers, but mischief may follow. The tarot isn’t comfortable being used as bubble wrap, cushioning us from every blow, immobilizing us, removing opportunities to learn and… Continue reading The Outsize Pram
Here, I share with you how I choose to use and read tarot cards. It’s taken time, and careful contemplation, to build a framework in which I weave tarot tapestries in a way that aligns with my values. The opinions I express are subjective and informed by my experiences, personality, understanding, and preferences. The following… Continue reading The Elevator Ride
Victorian Fairy Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone, art by Gary A. Lippincott Two little people sitting in a boat, love and water keep them afloat. We meet that special, sexy someone and feel a vivid connection that brightens our world. We recognize their significance even though we barely know them. Soon it's row, row, row your… Continue reading Two by Two, Me and You
Four of Arrows from The Wildwood Tarot by Mark Ryan & John Matthews, Illustrated by Will Worthington When last did you take a nap? The Four of Swords (here called Arrows) encourages us to take a break, to recharge our batteries. The shit will hit the fan if we refuse to disengage from whatever we're… Continue reading Swaddling for Adults