Lughnasadh Spread for Gratitude and Facing Fear

Lughnasadh is a Celtic festival celebrated on the 1st of August. However, as the Celts marked a new day at sunset, really it is from sunset on the 31st July, to sunset on the 1st of August. It marks the beginning of the harvest season, halfway between the Summer Solstice and the Autumn Equinox. It … Continue reading Lughnasadh Spread for Gratitude and Facing Fear

3 Magical Musicians To Uplift Your Tarot Practice

You sit down with your deck of cards, maybe a cup of tea ready, perhaps a reading cloth laid out or a notebook by your side. Most of the time, I practice in silence so that I can focus on the cards in front of me. But music can add extra dimension to a reading, … Continue reading 3 Magical Musicians To Uplift Your Tarot Practice

20: Judgement: Call to Action

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WhoIu9b1Gw It's time for you to look inward and begin asking yourself the big questions: who are you, and what do you want? Iroh's words are a huge call-out. This is the part of the journey at which The Fool must take all the lessons they have learned up to this point, and put them … Continue reading 20: Judgement: Call to Action

19. The Sun: Healing Your Inner Child

The Sun is such a happy card. In the traditional imagery, a child joyfully sits atop a horse, as the sun shines down and sunflowers grow tall in the background. This card represents release, liberation, and feeling totally alive. The baby represents innocence, the banner victory, and the sunflowers represent happiness and positivity. But if … Continue reading 19. The Sun: Healing Your Inner Child

18. The Moon: Cognitive Distortions

The Moon is such an important celestial body for all of us here on Earth. The word moon comes from the word for 'month', which shows how important it is for us when it comes to measuring time. The Moon's gravity causes tides, of which there are two high, and two low in 24 hours. … Continue reading 18. The Moon: Cognitive Distortions

13. Death: It’s Not Morbid

Transitions. Not just of life to death, but child to adult, day to night, winter to spring to summer to autumn to winter again. Birthdays, the phases of the moon. Becoming a parent, student to employee to retired. Some of these transitions are easier than others. But we all go through many. Following and honouring … Continue reading 13. Death: It’s Not Morbid

12. The Hanged Man: Limbo vs Liminality

Something that I've thought a lot this year (2020) is that it feels a lot like we're in limbo. Limbo is a word I'm sure you've used before, but have you thought about where it comes from? It's from Catholic theology and refers to having died but not entering Heaven or Hell. The reason for … Continue reading 12. The Hanged Man: Limbo vs Liminality