Over the weekend, I had a conversation with a lonely person. I was chatting with a friend outside a pub when he approached us and struck up a conversation. He tried to make a connection with us by sharing stories about his expensive homes and cars, but unable to impress, he awkwardly retreated back to the bar. Later at
I can’t think of a single card in the Minor Arcana of the Tarot that fits my life any better than the 10 of Wands. What do you see when you look at the card? Yourself? What do you feel? I feel tired. The way I feel after working in the office all day and
One way to bring your tarot readings (especially when they involve those tricky Major Arcana cards) down to earth, is to pair them with a few Lenormand cards. Here I have Temperance from Robert Place’s beautiful The Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery, along with the Scythe and Fish cards from my 1860 Dondorf Lenormand. The
The card I drew today for my guiding question was the Queen of Swords from the Jolanda Tarot (borderectomied by yours truly).
Short answer: Nope. Long answer: Last week I was approached by a fellow reader (not a professional, but a devoted cartomancer) with a question. She said that when she read for other people, she felt her intuition was spot on. No question too big, no spread of cards too small. But when she read for
On Tuesdays, I let the cards do the asking. The question I’m pondering today, “Where do you grow from here?” Featuring the Seven of Pentacles from the Victoria Regina Tarot by Sarah Ovenall. What question is this card asking you? How do you answer it?
You know the one. You wait for it to come around. Thinking, once I’ve found my IT deck, I’ll finally be able to read cards. The IT Deck is sort of a myth, I’ve discovered. I didn’t actually take to the cards until I spent a great deal of time focusing on ONE tarot deck
In which I sound like some kind of professional intuitive instead of the Sassy Sibyl you all know and love… This was written last year for Flock. I’m sharing here now, since I’m no longer there. 🙂 I’ve updated the post with some photos of different Lovers cards from my collection. I purposely chose some
2012. Pretty crazy, huh! And with it, as with every New Year we move into, buzz about resolutions and reflections. What will you change? What will you make better? What went well? What went horribly wrong? It makes sense to do this, by the way. We’re wired to recognize patterns and cycles and the turning