An exercise about boundaries for World Tarot Day

May 25th is World Tarot Day, and to celebrate, I'm going to show you an activity I loved for learning the importance of boundaries. Being able to discern between rigid and weak, versus healthy and strong boundaries is a great ability to have for all relationships. Whether personal and romantic, familial, or even in a … Continue reading An exercise about boundaries for World Tarot Day

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

Court Cards: Practical Pentacles

Sasuraibito tarot The Suit of Pentacles is associated with the element of earth. This suit is very grounded, practical and hardworking. Concerned with matters of the material world, this isn't a very spiritual suit, but it does have a love for nature and abundance. Sometimes called the Suit of Coins, it is also associated with … Continue reading Court Cards: Practical Pentacles

Court Cards: Rational Swords

This Might Hurt Tarot The Suit of Swords contains some of the most painful cards in the tarot. The sword can be used to cut through illusion, and it is used by heroes. But it also can cause pain and suffering. In tarot, the swords represent thoughts, communication, and the mind. Many of us harm … Continue reading Court Cards: Rational Swords

Court Cards: Overflowing Cups

Borderless Rider-Waite-Smith The Cups Suit is associated with water, and represents emotions, love, relationships, intuition, and so on. It focuses on your inner experiences, and how you connect to the world around you. Although it can often be a harmonious suit, strong and uncontrollable emotions can cause us a lot of harm. We see how … Continue reading Court Cards: Overflowing Cups

Ten: Cycles and Endings

Borderless Rider-Waite-Smith Card 10 of the Major Arcana is Wheel of Fortune, which represents how your fortune changes, how you can be doing great one day and then be at rock bottom soon after. Have you ever been stressing out and dissatisfied with life, and then the next day something truly terrible happens and you … Continue reading Ten: Cycles and Endings

Eight: You Can Do It!

Sasuraibito Tarot We are nearing the end of the numbered cards now, so it's kind of crunch time for your project or whatever situation you're reading for. Some of these cards are pretty intense, and I especially like the imagery from the deck above, The Sasuraibito Tarot.  Card eight of the Major Arcana was Strength, … Continue reading Eight: You Can Do It!

Seven: Mindful Decisions

Rider-Waite-Smith Borderless According to Biddy Tarot, the number seven means reflection, assessment, and knowledge. Take a look at these cards and notice if you can see those ideas playing out. The Seven of Pentacles has a man looking like he is reflecting on some work he's done. The Seven of Cups depicts someone assessing various … Continue reading Seven: Mindful Decisions