In this series on Beginning Meditations, I’ve been teaching the practices that I find most useful and that I most frequently recommend to students and clients. Today I’d like to introduce you to The Middle Pillar Exercise, which is the
If You Think You Can’t Read Tarot for Yourself, Think Again! Do you think you can’t read tarot for yourself? You can! Clients often ask me if I read my own cards, and are usually surprised when I say yes.
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! PREVIOUS | MASTER LIST | NEXT The co-wranglers for our Fall Blog Hop are Jenn Waltner of Phoenix & Lotus and Louise Underhill of Priestess Tarot. They proposed that we seek to restore the balance of light and
This is the third post in my Beginning Meditations series, in which I teach the most important techniques that I recommend to clients and students. Today I’m teaching discursive meditation, which opens up insight and inspiration. This meditation is the primary method I use
Good Cards for Something Bad About five years ago I did a reading for a woman who asked about starting a business. She told me she had just found the perfect storefront to lease. It was in the fall, maybe
Reiki Blog Hop: Reiki Meditations For this session of the Reiki Blog Hop, which I wrangled, I proposed that we each share the instructions for the first Reiki meditation we learned or teach. Today’s post includes written instructions for jôshin kokyû hô,
Reiki Blog Hop Master List: “Reiki Meditations” This is the Master List for the August 2018 Reiki Blog Hop! For the August Reiki Blog Hop I proposed that each blogger write out instructions for how to do whatever basic meditation or first
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! PREVIOUS | MASTER LIST | NEXT Arwen Lynch of Tarot by Arwen was our wrangler this time around, prompting us with the theme, the Sun Harvest. She asks what harvest we’d like to bring in before fall. Sun Harvest
Two Ways To Develop a Tarot Spread Without a Question Last week we explored tarot questions that can be used when you don’t have a question. This week I’m sharing two ways to develop a tarot spread without a question.
Fifteen Tarot Questions to Ask When You Don’t Have a Question Most tarot readers eventually find themselves in a situation where they want to do a reading but don’t know what to ask. Cruise control is on. Straight road ahead.