Reversals ya or nah

A thing that seems to come up time and again on any forum or group I’m a member of is the age-old dilemma of reversals. In why do some people read Tarot reversals while others don’t? I have seen both sides judging fellow readers on whether they do or do not pay attention to which sideContinue reading “Reversals ya or nah”

Just things about mental health

Pre-amble….. I’m not very good at not just launching myself into my blogging. By which I mean when I read other peoples blogs they have a nice pace, do introductions etc – they do writing that doesn’t just fling you in at the deep end, sorry I’m not so good at that. Hold your noseContinue reading “Just things about mental health”

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”

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