Learning Tarot

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Learning Tarot






Time and life changes are the greatest tools in learning Tarot. A daily draw of cards has been my profound resource for gaining wisdom through and with Tarot. While gaining knowledge from those who’ve walked the Tarot path before is wonderful and enlightening, nothing beats comparing the cards to your own actual experiences. Exercises that… Read more »






Healing with The Emperor Tarot Card

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Healing with The Emperor Tarot Card






“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious” — Carl Jung I love this time of year, with shorter days and the Sun in Scorpio, to examine my shadow side. To explore the sides of myself that are private even to myself most of the time. The… Read more »






Born Under a Bad Sign

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Born Under a Bad Sign






A bit of a pet-peeve for me is the fatalistic fortune teller. Yes some card readings can speak of difficult times. Yes some charts tell a story of pain, loss and/confinement. Never the less telling someone or even worse believing for yourself that things are hopeless is pointless and damaging. Using astrology to maneuver each… Read more »






Scorpio, A Birthday Love Note

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Happy Birthday Scorpio






I must admit, for a time I only dated Scorpios and all of my closest friends were Scorpios. Needless to say it was pretty intense! I felt Scorpios were the only ones who could understand my intensity. I still pal around with some pretty intense Scorpio types and those closest to me might not be… Read more »






Tarot’s The Hermit Card IX

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The Hermit






I looked on their faces and didn’t see anything but my own alone-ness staring back at me. Tarot’s The Hermit comes to make you see that some journeys must be explored by yourself. Sometimes you have to sit and feel your own personal silence. To know that alone we each become truly ourselves. Without the… Read more »






Tarot’s The Hierophant Card V

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The-Hierophant






“Ew yuck, what could be worse than the Hierophant?” was my friend’s response upon finding out that her life path card was The Hierophant. I had to laugh but also felt the compelling need to defend the powerful traditions of the Hierophant. So you don’t like tradition, or the conservative, or the opinions of the… Read more »






Tarot’s The Emperor Card IV

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The-Emperor






All week I struggled with The Emperor. I put him aside with the plan to write a bit about him later but he was pulled daily, mostly by myself for my one card draw. He came up in my personal life as I pondered what it means to be paternal. It has been an ever-present… Read more »






Tarot’s The Empress Card III

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Tarot's The Empress Card






What do you call your baby? That something which evokes a feeling of tenderness? That is something that The Empress is telling you to nurture. All that we want to see physically actualized, that which gives us joy in tending to here on Gaia, is the lesson of The Goddess Empress. She is the mother… Read more »






Tarot’s The High Priestess Card II

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The High Priestess






You were born into species with 160,000 years of history, on a planet that is more than 4 billion years old, in a universe that is believed to have existed 13 billion years, you were born into a legacy of powerful survival. This scope is spectacular to contemplate to the rational mind but its’ real… Read more »






Tarot’s The Magician Card I

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The Magician






The Magician has found himself in a world full of potential and resources. He may have just begun his journey but he has become keenly aware of the nuances of his abilities. What lies ahead and how he may handle himself are the questions he asks when facing his open path. When The Magician comes… Read more »