Can we use Tarot to predict the future?
Many people think of Tarot and Oracle cards as a way to psychically tell what the future will be. And some Readers assure clients that they will look into their future and give them the correct answers for future actions. Continue reading
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Anais Nin
US (French-born) author & diarist (1903 – 1977)
When I talked to Mike at the tattoo shop about my semi colon tattoo, he understood why I wanted the butterfly wings added, unfurling, as though to take flight off of my skin. Continue reading
I picked up the new deck from my mailbox (Thanks Amazon Prime!) yesterday. And, when I opened it, I knew this was the right purchase! You can usually tell when you open a new deck of Tarot cards, if you “connect” with it or not. I’m usually either filled with Wow, or Meh, or nothing at all. This was definitely a Wow! Continue reading
Mind = blown.
My first thought when I saw the word prompt “Jiffy” was of course using it like “I’ll be done in a Jiffy”, or my favorite, Jif peanut butter. But I guess I’ll never be done in a jiffy according to that definition!
If I had a jiffy stopwatch, I know what I might measure.
The time it takes:
- For the last breath to leave a being’s body.
- To fall in love at first sight.
- For a heart to break.
- For the last autumn leaf to die.
- To dream at night.
- For a kind word to be spoken.
- For someone’s mind to open.
Over 60 experienced tarot readers offer their best advice for what every Newbie Tarot Reader should know. Not everyone will agree with everything. Add ideas you think belong, in the Comments. Feel free to post this anywhere, so long as you include the source and contributors (listed at the end). The Rules • There are […]
My first view of Tide Pools in my life – at Yaquina Head in Oregon at the Pacific Coast. I got there at low tide, and was able to walk out quite a ways towards the waves. The tide pools never got old for me; I squatted down on the slimy seaweed-covered rocks and touched anemones and sea urchins (ouch!) all afternoon. Continue reading