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Six Reasons Tarot and Yoga Blend Seamlessly for the Ultimate Master Practice

Tarot and yoga can be seamlessly intertwined and become a powerful force of transformation and evolution. 1. Intuition & Answers: Tarot and Yoga are practices that quiet the mind. The tarotist center herself so she can focus on the messages coming through the cards while the yogi focuses on her breath and brings attention inside the… Continue reading Six Reasons Tarot and Yoga Blend Seamlessly for the Ultimate Master Practice

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Tarot and the Nature of Divinity

This article first appeared on the Llewellyn Journal, September 11th, 2018   You are the universe. You are divine. You are pure consciousness. Everything you see, notice, observe, listen to, eat, laugh at, make fun of, enjoy and dislike, resist and surrender to is the universe seeing itself, understanding itself, and recognizing itself. What is… Continue reading Tarot and the Nature of Divinity

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A Six of Cups Summer Day and a Dead Body

I place rosy tomatoes on my window sill because it’s what my grandmother Mimi always did. Tomatoes, like bananas, ripen better in the dark, but nothing is lovelier than a pop of red in summer haze. And Mimi liked things to look beautiful. The Six of Cups is the nostalgia card. My grandmother’s home is… Continue reading A Six of Cups Summer Day and a Dead Body

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The Enchanted Kitchen’s Global Dinner Party, Readers Studio and Tarot Traveling

What are you dreaming about? Never doubt the power of your intentions! Once upon a time, my tarot teacher, Wald Amberstone of the Tarot School, told me a story about a woman who traveled all over the world with her tarot cards (my dream). She used them like a magic carpet. An uncanny feeling overcame me. Was… Continue reading The Enchanted Kitchen’s Global Dinner Party, Readers Studio and Tarot Traveling

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Spicing Up Your Tarot Card a Day Practice with a “Choice Card”

What is a Tarot Card a Day? A Card a Day Tarot is a standard and enjoyable practice for many cartomancers. A Card a Day is setting aside about five minutes each morning to quiet your mind and pull a random Tarot card. The information you gather from the card can be used for contemplation, a… Continue reading Spicing Up Your Tarot Card a Day Practice with a “Choice Card”