Twisted Tales of Tarot: The Ritual Trap

The longer you hang around metaphysical circles, the more you're going to hear about this ritual or that practice. Most readers have their own specific routines, habits, and preferences. If you've been reading for a while, you'll begin to notice your own. Do you have a certain bag you simply have to use to store your … Continue reading Twisted Tales of Tarot: The Ritual Trap

Tarot Readings: The Question You’re Afraid to Ask

There can be a lot of fear in getting a tarot reading, especially for first-timers. Fear of the unknown, fear of having secrets exposed, fear of bad news--all these things tend to bubble up to the surface as you are waiting for the cards to be shuffled. Perhaps this is why, when asked, so many clients … Continue reading Tarot Readings: The Question You’re Afraid to Ask

Questions from Tarot Newbies

So many of these posts are from the POV of new readers or people with an interest in Tarot. This week, I reached out to friends I knew had no prior knowledge of the subject and asked for questions. Sometimes it's good to look at the topic from a fresh perspective. So without further ado, … Continue reading Questions from Tarot Newbies

Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Four

Tarot for Growth Challenge (#TarotForGrowthJune) is an Instagram challenge hosted by @bujowitchcraft. For each day in the month of June, 2019, I will pull a card for a specific question in the challenge. After a brief interpretation, I will offer an action tip. If you'd like to play along with the home version, search #TarotForGrowthJune, … Continue reading Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Four

Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Three

Tarot for Growth Challenge (#TarotForGrowthJune) is an Instagram challenge hosted by @bujowitchcraft. For each day in the month of June, 2019, I will pull a card for a specific question in the challenge. After a brief interpretation, I will offer an action tip. If you'd like to play along with the home version, search #TarotForGrowthJune, … Continue reading Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Three

Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Two

Tarot for Growth Challenge (#TarotForGrowthJune) is an Instagram challenge hosted by @bujowitchcraft. For each day in the month of June, 2019, I will pull a card for a specific question in the challenge. After a brief interpretation, I will offer an action tip. If you'd like to play along with the home version, search #TarotForGrowthJune, … Continue reading Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week Two

Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week One

Tarot for Growth Challenge (#TarotForGrowthJune) is an Instagram challenge hosted by @bujowitchcraft. For each day in the month of June, 2019, I will pull a card for a specific question in the challenge. After a brief interpretation, I will offer an action tip. If you'd like to play along with the home version, search #TarotForGrowthJune, … Continue reading Tarot for Growth Challenge: Week One

Twisted Tales of Tarot: Is That Card Following Me?

Is that tarot card following you? Haven’t you seen this reading before? Chances are, if you get enough tarot readings, you’re going to see repeat cards. There are only 78 cards in the deck, and eventually you’re going to see most of them in a spread. But what about those cards that keep popping up? … Continue reading Twisted Tales of Tarot: Is That Card Following Me?

How to Pick a Tarot Reader

So, you’ve decided to get a professional tarot reading! Congratulations. Readings can be enlightening, educational, and above all, fun. The next step now is to find a reader who is a good fit for you personally. Your choice of a reader is important—the wrong reader will not connect with you and might provide a superficial … Continue reading How to Pick a Tarot Reader

Myths, Tall Tales, and Out Right Fallacies

The other day we met a lovely young lady who was interested in a tandem reading. Jenn was excited, but nervous too. "My grandparents are Christian," she said with a chuckle. "They'd freak if they knew I was getting a tarot reading." Kat and I have encountered this particular fear often during our readings. The … Continue reading Myths, Tall Tales, and Out Right Fallacies