We tarotists understand our journey with the cards is never ending. Whether we dive deep for new meaning after years of practice or are memorizing beginner catch phrases and words, one truth remains constant. We want to keep playing with our cards! Lucky for us, the divine Theresa Reed has been working hard to create… Continue reading 5 Reasons We ALL Need Theresa Reed’s New Tarot Coloring Book
365 Tarot Spells is shipping! Please swing by Amazon and drop a review. Amazon reviews dramatically boost book sales. I’d really appreciate it. Please enjoy the following article, first published in the Llewellyn Journal. Tarot, Sacred Space and Your Magical Practice by Sasha Graham Do you recall the first time you cast a solitary spell? A… Continue reading Tarot, Sacred Space and Your Magical Practice
I recently enjoyed a delightful chat with Brigit Esselmont of Biddy Tarot. Eavesdrop in on us if you are interested in the following: ~ How to create fabulous tarot questions. ~ How to handle inappropriate questions when reading for strangers. ~ Reading techniques. ~ How to stay out of a personal tarot rut. BTP18: How to… Continue reading How to Ask GREAT Tarot Questions Podcast
To understand the tarot and ourselves, we look at the world around us. Just finishing up the edits on 365 Tarot Spells – due out next month – and I was tickled pink to collaborate with She Knows to create a piece where I would pair each cast member of Keeping Up with the Kardashians… Continue reading Yup – The Kardashian Tarot
You can’t escape it. A new year? It feels … well … new. Much fuss and fury is made of new year resolutions and expectations. But important soul shifting change never seems to happen overnight. In a world of instant gratification, this can leave us feeling empty or with a sense of failure even when we are making positive strides. Rather… Continue reading My New Year’s Resolution is the Smallest Possible Thing and the Highest Possible Choice
Enter the Tarot Arcana of the Emperor with poet E.E. Cummings.
Listen to Sasha read the story aloud or enjoy the text below. The farmhouse is filled with the scent of fresh pine . . . It is well past the witching hour and I’m awake. Again. I creep downstairs and place a vintage record on the turntable. Handel’s music floats to the drafty corners of the… Continue reading A Tarot Christmas Tale