You may remember from my Full Moon Spread and Ritual post, that I set out to try to conquer and release some of my bad habits. If I’m being honest with you…. I’m not entirely sure I have released them all. But life is about progress, not perfection. I have made strides in some ways for sure.
This New Moon on March 6, I want to check in to see what intentions I should be setting to help me on the path to shedding myself of things that do not serve me. … More New Moon Spread
In my journey with my 78 Doors deck, I chose a pretty simple interview spread. I knew pretty early in the getting-to-know you phase what this deck’s strengths were likely to be. The imagery in this deck is so literal sometimes, that I had a feeling this deck would be best at tell-it-like-it-is sorts of readings.
Want to know if I was right? Read on! … More Deck Interview: Tarot of the 78 Doors
‘m going to talk a little bit about a card that has been STALKING me lately. It legit shows up in every reading and I’m like ARE YOU TELLING ME I’M DESTINED TO BE ALONE FOREVER WTF???
But no, it’s not ever that simple, is it? … More Card Analysis: Three of Cups Reversed
I recently joined a Tarot circle, and one member had a deck that I found so intriguing that I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I found myself googling it several times in the days that followed until I finally decided to purchase it. Deciding to purchase a new deck can be a big decision. Or … More How Do You Get to Know a New Deck?
Since my deck straight up called me The Devil in last night’s blog post (how rude!), I figured now would be a good time to do a deep dive into this contentious card. Let’s start with a history lesson, shall we? … More Card Analysis: The Devil
For my first blog post, I thought I’d go ahead and get right to the good stuff. I’m going to share a reading. I want to warn you, this reading gets hella personal. I started this blog with the intent to get real and I’m going to dive right in. I hope you’re willing to … More Full Moon Spread
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton