In this series of blogs, I share techniques and examples of Tarot Readings to help you develop as a reader. I also share channelings I do to help you align more easily to a purposeful life.

Limiting beliefs: how to counter inner chatter

Over the last few years, I have noticed how my inner conversation, a.k.a. my limiting beliefs, has stolen the show – MY show. It played a role in my old business, it played a role in the eating disorder, and it played a role in my author’s journey.

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Overcoming Obstacles In the Akashics

Overcoming obstacles in my author’s journey has become the most significant goal this year. I thought I only had to hit the Publish button, but it turned out to be so much more.

Conversation With My Future Self (a Tarot Reading)

I was scrolling through my collection of tarot spreads on my Pinterest Boards when I found a spread for a conversation with my Future Self. You can find it in the board Spreads Future in the Tarot & Oracle Spreads board. You can find over eight hundred examples there.
I can’t give credit for this spread because Pinterest blocked the source. Luckily they don’t block the image because I did a great reading with it. It got up close and personal. Read more

Let’s cut the woo-woo around tarot

As a long-time reader, I sometimes take the theories around the cards for granted. I no longer question my frame of mind, at least not like I used to do when I just began reading cards. That is why I want to talk to you about the woo-woo I often see around the tarot. Read more

Can I Change A Prediction By Tarot Cards?

Now and then, I answer a tarot question. This time, it is something that worries my clients: “Can I change a prediction by tarot cards?”

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Being an author makes me feel awkward (a reading)

As a six-year-old, I did not feel awkward about writing books. It was at this age that I wrote my first book. I had just learned to write and read. It took me an afternoon of my tongue between my lips to come up with a couple of stapled-together folded pages filled with drawings and awkwardly written words. I must have been a bit forward because I also learned to speak English. It introduced me to a wide array of more interesting books than I found in the library. Read more

Use a tarot spread or draw cards free-flow?

As with all questions about tarot techniques, the answer is always personal. It’s based on what makes you feel most confident doing a reading for yourself or your client. The same goes for whether it is best to use a tarot spread of draw tarot cards free-flow. To answer the question, I can only give you my preference because there are no definite answers in tarot. But before I give you my answer, I want to explain some essential terms. Read more

Faith In Tarot Cards: Is It Real?

This week, I stumbled over this question in Quora. I’m starting to like that platform. Once you figure out how it works, it can be pretty fun to discuss things online. Mark’s question about faith in tarot cards turned out to be quite the learning experience (Thanks, Mark!) Read more

Tarot Reading: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Last week, I fell into the bottomless pit of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression. With almost two years into covid-19, a firm lack of sunshine, and hardly seeing real people, the firm ground on which I usually stand slowly disappeared from under my feet. I didn’t even notice it. Read more

What Is Keeping You From Moving Forward?

If you come across this card reading with the 7 Energies Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid by coincidence, then know that there’s no coincidence. At least, that’s my opinion. If you’re interested in my view on finding things online or on your timeline, you can read about it here. You may have been looking for an answer on moving forward from a difficult situation. If so, this reading is for you. Read more