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.
A young couple came in for a reading on a big upcoming change. The first three cards that turned up were Death, the Ten of Swords, and the Nine of Swords. Although I didn’t see it immediately, these difficult cards
In my beginning tarot class we did a sample reading for a young adult who asked what action to take to bring in a romantic relationship. We used a simple three card spread with the following positions: Where you are
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
Yesterday I gave a presentation to the Denver Astrology Group on the topic of reading charts holistically. We had a great turnout for the talk and I got a lot of positive feedback afterward. Without reproducing the entire 90-minute talk,
Air Out Your Tarot Funk and Get in the Groove The cards don’t make any sense. They don’t answer your question. And if they seem to, the answer turns out to be wrong. You look at them and your mind
Five years ago, for Valentine’s Day 2012, I developed a series of relationship spreads for the Denver Tarot Meetup and I would like to share them now with you today. Each is a stand-alone spread, but they also pull loosely
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
This is part 4 of my weekly series on addressing the frustrations I heard from the attendees of a talk I did for a meetup group a few months ago. The participants described their tarot holdups as: Reading clearly for