Does a New Tarot Reading Take Precedence Over the Previous Reading? Every reader knows that if you ask the same question over and over the cards will start babbling in gibberish. However, if anything about the circumstances has changed, it’s
Opening a New Tarot Deck Is a Special Occasion This month the Denver Tarot Meetup hosted their first “New Year Party and Meet the Artists” event. We featured a panel of five deck creators and authors, moderated by Jason Gruhl,
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! Our theme for this hop was provided by Joanne of Cosmic Whispers Tarot, who gave us the lovely, warm, fuzzy fun of writing about keeping in the heat with tarot. I was taking a
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.
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
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.
The Tarot Lineages Tarot decks fall into one of three tarot lineages: pip decks, esoteric decks, and scenic decks. These lineages are based on the style of illustration and the type of information included in the numbered suit cards of
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
Part 5 of inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot: Top Ten Tarot Benefits Welcome back to inTAROTduction, your Introduction to Tarot and induction into the world of all things tarot. Today I’d like to share with you some of the various applications of
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