Mix and Match Divination

Previous blog/ Master list/ Next blog I signed up for this May Day blog hop weeks ago, and then promptly forgot all about it.  Suddenly, it’s the end of April and the post is due.  Eek, what was the topic? Oh yeah: “Do you combine Tarot with any other divination system? Why or why not?” Continue reading »

What Problem Do You Want to Solve?

It may be because I have less time at the moment to spend with the cards, or that in my old age I’m becoming less covetous.  It also helps that as I only posted three cards last week, I have some leeway in the ‘fair use’ understanding of using copyrighted images.  Whatever, for this week Continue reading »

What Structure To Put In Place?

After last week’s reading and its advice to get more structured, I carried on about my life.  I was hoping that a clear structure would coalesce with my intention.  However, by Thursday I had to concede that it wasn’t just going to happen by itself. Deciding to turn to the tarot for some help, I Continue reading »

What’s graphically textured art when it’s at home?

It’s nice to find self-published decks that experiment with different art styles, things which might not count as “fine art” in the eyes of publishers, but which are certainly elegant, creative and well-drawn.  The Meta Land Tarot (Jon Law, 2016) fits in that category.  It’s creator describes the Majors as “graphically textured art prints” and Continue reading »

Reflecting Back and Forwards

While using Lisa’s prompts in my reflections on 2015, I realised that I want to reflect not just on what is gone, though that is important.  One of the things I love best about life coaching is that there is a strong future focus.  Not denying the past, but building on it: planning for the Continue reading »