Making Space for Tarot What is a 'Sacred Space'? Do you need one and can this help you grow as you explore the tarot?
How can other divination systems deepen our understand of the Tarot? Can Astrology make you a better reader? Let's consider how these two seemingly separate methods of fortune telling combine.
Today we take a look at the Tattoo Tarot, a deck filled with Ink and Intuition.
Deck Review - Everyday Tarot deck. A quick look at a easily overlooked gem hidden in my collection of Tarot and various Oracle decks. I was really excited to get a feel for this beautiful yet simply designed deck.
Now for something a little different - a deck review! Today we're looking at the Labyrinth Tarot, featuring art work from Luis Royo.
What happened when a friend invited me to help them look for a new Tarot deck?
Let's look at what resources or tools, are readily available to us.
This week let's take a quick look at how we build on our foundations.
We all have those awkward decisions that we have to make, what if the cards can help? Let's look at several ways we can get a simple yes/no response from your deck.
Let's discuss the different types of readings you can perform with your cards.
An examination of why reading the cards for those closest to us, may not be the best idea.
I wanted to mix things up, so this week meet my oldest Tarot deck. A quick interview spread, with my Vampire Tarot. Hopefully the first in a series of posts I plan to use to break up the more informational posts.
It's time to get practical, let's look at some simple card spreads.
We've talked about getting to know your cards, now it's time to leave your mark.
Let’s look a little deeper at the cards, shuffling and looking at the images is a good starting point. However, you need to start learning to interpret the language your deck is talking to you in, which is a language made up of symbols. Let’s draw some cards One of the most useful exercises I … Continue reading Getting to know the cards – Part 2
So last week we talked about getting your cards, but what should you do when you get your new deck home? #T3ddyTalk #Spirituality
Now we’ve got some of the common misconceptions out of the way, I would like to move onto something more positive. I’ll be giving you some advice and tips on looking for and purchasing your first deck... #T3ddyTalk #Spirituality #Tarot
Hopefully, after reading the last two posts, I’ve helped you to have a more open mind about Tarot if you didn’t before... #T3ddyTalk #Danchou #Spirituality
Last week we looked at a few myths about getting your first deck, and I would like to continue looking at the various misconceptions surrounding Tarot. #T3ddyTalk #Danchou #Spirituality
Last time I talked briefly about getting started with learning the Tarot. For today I would like to go over some of the misconceptions I’ve come across about the Tarot... #T3ddyTalk #Danchou #Spirituality
In the interest of sticking with the theme of tarot cards, I thought I’d share my thoughts on starting out with your first deck...
So what do scissors and swords have to do with spirituality? Well, besides the obvious, there is a suit of swords in Tarot. For me, it’s more about choosing the right tool for the right job, and starting your own spiritual journey isn’t that much different....
When you think of the word ‘fool’, what comes to mind for you? Perhaps it’s a court jester or a person in your life who you would consider idiotic or even naive. For those who are more familiar with the art of Tarot, it may well be the cards as a whole, just the major arcana or even the card itself...