Exploring awareness through tarot
By continuing the use of “light” and “dark” in the esoteric world, are we perpetuating the stereotypes we should be fighting?
Your tarot brain is prime, untouched real estate. Don’t let someone go all “Manifest Destiny” on it. Cultivate your land your way.
Financial freedom is one step on the road to being woke. Try my "tarot-based money mindset examination system" to get started on the path to liberation.
What do Mercury retrograde and Black History Month have in common? Allow me to state my case as we wind down from the latest celestial cliffhanger.
How the Queen of Swords and a beautiful Alsatian work of art, along with bell hooks and Rachel Pollack, can help you rise above your story.
With all of the you-go-girl social media pressure, what if you don’t feel like getting out of bed, much less being ‘magical’? Use the passive power of the Strength card's lion as a guide.
I'm taking part in the first International Tarot Day Blog Hop! Here's my offering on my assigned card: Judgement and how I turned the tables on the word.
I normally don't do readings like this, but current events prompted me to pull cards.
We pick our bodies apart in the negative sense. What if we did the same thing in a positive sense using Tarot as a framework? This spread may help.
A short word of encouragement for those of us who let fear get the best of us.
Sometime last week, either in Zurich, Newark, Memphis, Chicago or - Zurich, I lost my journal. Maybe that was a good thing.
The Death card. It’s meaning: transition, letting go. Allowing what does not serve us wither and fall away. Things can’t and won’t stay the same.
I pulled a card for us this week, the Queen of Pentacles. But there's one aspect connected to this wonderful card that may trip us up: vanity.
Don't be fooled by the title, Anna Hegarty's Basic Tarot gives you room to explore. I get to know this new-to-me deck using Little Red Tarot's interview spread.
I asked, "What do we need to know right this moment to stay woke?". The Hierophant reared his head. But before we make that knee-jerk link to the creatively coiffed candidate, we might want to look in the mirror.
Still processing, but now processing with purpose. The shootings, the communal pain and the political rhetoric in the US, combined with the Nice attack, have left me numb. And helpless. But as of right now, not hopeless.
The past week has left me weary. And I feel horribly guilty for even typing that last sentence, as even though I'm a Black American woman, I'm by physical distance far removed from the shootings. But actually, I'm not.
I was holding a tarot deck, an expensive one apparently. I remember the sensation of it feeling dear because I was gingerly going through the cards. One after the other.
How to use Benebell Wen’s four-card spread from Holistic Tarot to get the root of a problem. Warning: Look in the mirror and you may find the culprit.