One of the most searched for topics on my site is tarot card combinations. Presumably people are searching for definitive meanings given by a combination of two or more cards.
The problem is, given there are 78 cards in a standard tarot deck, there are 6,006 (78×77) possible tarot card combinations – and that’s just pairs. There are 456,456 (78x77x76) triple possibilities. That’s why you don’t see books, websites or tarot combination PDF files that contain all that information. Continue reading
If you like the Deviant Moon Tarot cards, you simply must have the book that goes with it. The Deviant Moon Tarot Book ensures that the deck comes alive once you read the commentary within. I had so many a-ha moments as I read the descriptions and meanings – it was as if my crazy, moon-filled delusions about the deck fell away and suddenly the cards make a whole lot more sense.
You’ve probably noticed that the internet is home to thousands of tarot card readers and psychics. It’s a natural environment for us. We thrive among the pixels. Let’s say you have a burning question you need answered. You’ve tried picking a few cards for yourself but you just can’t get a-hold of even the tail of an answer. You decide that you need help. What do you do?
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You could phone a friend. Have you someone you can trust implicitly to give you the advice you need. Will she simply offer empathy and comfort? Which is nice, of course, but you still need to get your problem resolved. Your mother? Nope. There’s no way you can share *this one* with your mother. Continue reading
Tarot mind-mapping: have been thinking about linking up my love of mind-mapping with tarot. They seem to make perfect bedfellows.
I’m sure you already know what mind-mapping, also called clustering, is. Basically, you have a central idea. Radiating out from it are the important associations and then after that, you add thoughts and ideas that occur to you as you wander around the map.
I use them all the time when brainstorming for ideas but I haven’t ever used a mind-map for a tarot reading before.
Sooo… I’ve written a full article complete with huge tarot mind-mapping images. Rather than put it on the blog, I though it would be better as a stand-alone as it will probably take a bit of time to load, depending on your connection.
I looked at using mind-maps to study tarot one card at a time and I also carried out a real life reading (which I have to go and type up properly right now.
Go see: Mind-Map the Tarot.
If you need a free mind-mapping program try 8 Free Mind Map Tools & How to Best Use Them
Bought an interesting tarot deck last week. The Night Vale Tarot is a theme deck made by the people who produce the Night Vale podcast. Night Vale is a fictional US town, located somewhere, in a desert, in the south western states, that we get to experience via the fortnightly news broadcast by its one and only radio presenter.
“WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE is a twice-monthly podcast in the style of community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events.
Turn on your radio and hide.”
I’ve had a few questions recently about the validity of online tarot reading advisors and distant readings. People sometimes can’t get their heads around how it is possible to do a reading for someone you’ve never met in person. I have to say, when I first began reading tarot, I felt exactly the same. I mean, really, sometimes all you’ve got is a name and an email address… and usually the name is abbreviated or made up anyway. How could it possibly work?
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You’ve launched your tarot business and things are ticking along. However, you know it could be better. There are long days when your phone isn’t ringing with inquiries and your email is full of spam instead of PayPal notifications. It’s time to step things up a notch or two.
You can do any of these things on your own, or you could join forces with another reader in order to offer each other mutual support and encouragement. It’s always more fun when you collaborate. You might even find that you work so well together that you decide to run your businesses as a joint enterprise or partnership.
Day 28 Infinite Possibilities
Write a “Whoohoo!’ Letter from Your Future Self.
Well here we are in 2021. We look amazing for our advanced age! No, just kidding – we look amazing for any age, especially now we’re all those pounds lighter! So svelte, so graceful, so stylish. Healthy and active, are we. Continue reading
Day 26 of the Infinite Possibilities 30-day Project
Who would have thought? I never finish these things and here I am, in sight of the finish line. You can begin your journey right now – there’s no better time to start: Infinite Possibilities
Think about something small I’d like to manifest. Open myself to the possibility of receiving it by taking small steps towards it. Continue reading