Tarot Kaizen – book review

Tarot Kaizen – By Alison Cross. If you don’t know Alison Cross let me introduce you – Alison is/was the chair of TABI – Tarot Association of the British Isles She has written two books – A Year in the Wildwood – about the Wildwood Tarot deck, and Tarot Kaizen. What the heck is aContinue reading “Tarot Kaizen – book review”

Meditation is a thing i do

Meditation is a thing Meditation can be a bit boring when you think about, just sitting there just doing nothing, thinking nothing, relaxing.  I think that is what puts the vast majority of people off, we just don’t have time to stop for a nothing break, there’s so much that needs to be done.  AlsoContinue reading “Meditation is a thing i do”

Passive and aggressive selling in TarotLand

So I have taken a couple of online Tarot courses in the past, notably from two of the bigger providers of online certificates – these being Biddy Tarot, and Tarot Professionals. I’ll put this out there from the start – I am a member of Tarosophy Tarot association/Tarot Professionals, and I think membership for meContinue reading “Passive and aggressive selling in TarotLand”

Having a LouLou rant

I have worked with the Thoth deck for a few years now, I wouldn’t call myself an expert on it but I am quite knowledgable – ok, I’m slightly obsessed with it. It’s amazing, so why the hell not. Lots of people object to the deck without even seeing it on the basis of itsContinue reading “Having a LouLou rant”

General ramblings of a would-be blogger

I’m an avid collector of Tarot decks, if I see a deck and I like it, I will buy it. It’s not a cheap hobby by any stretch of the imagination, and some of the older decks I take a fancy to can be quite considered purchases. That being said I am thinking about liquidatingContinue reading “General ramblings of a would-be blogger”

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