Week 4 of inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot: Joy’s Favorite Tarot Decks, Part 2 Welcome back to inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot and induction into the world of all things tarot, including tarot deck collecting. Today is a continuation of last
Week 3 of inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot: Joy’s Favorite Tarot Decks Welcome back to inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot and induction into the fascinating, mysterious, and colorful world of tarot readers. Today I’d like to show you my favorite tarot
This week in inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot: How to Choose Your Perfect Tarot Deck. Thank you for tuning into inTAROTduction, my series that serves as an Introduction to Tarot and an induction into the world of tarot readers. This week I’ll give you
Welcome to inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot. I love reading tarot and I love inspiring others to read tarot. I frequently get the opportunity to help someone brand new to tarot get started. The inTAROTduction series will be an introduction to
Keep Your Deck Cozy and Warm on a Cold Winter’s Night! The graceful curl of a flickering candle flame flows around the entirety of this Flamekeeper Tarot Bag drawstring pouch. This lacy pattern impresses without stress: it’s fancy but no-fuss.
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! PREVIOUS | MASTER LIST | NEXT Wishing on a Star Our tarot blog hop wrangler, Ania Marczyk of Meniscus Tarot and Ania M, invited us to choose cards that celebrate the past and best represent our wishes for what lies ahead.
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! Le Roi Est XIII Our wrangler for this hop was Jay Cassels of Metaphysical Angels, who offered us the topic, “Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!” or, “The King is Dead, Long Live
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! An international group of tarotists are all writing on the same topic and then linking to each other so that the reader can hop from one blog to the next, seeing all the permutations
A couple weeks ago at the Denver Tarot Meetup, the group was divided into pairs to practice the techniques our presenter taught. I ended up being paired with someone brand new–which is my preference so I can help them out,
Yesterday I was working with a client and we were rounding out the reading with some quick answers to the last few questions she had. For quick questions like these, my practice is to have the client cut the deck