What would a traditional fortune-teller make of this?

Are you interested in historical decks? As part of my research for the talk I’m giving at the UK Tarot Conference in mid October, I’ve been looking at a few, and reading up on them. This week, it’s the Lo Scarabeo version of the Book of Thoth Etteila Tarot (2012). Unfortunately, what I actually wanted Continue reading »

What the Devil Am I Going to Chant?

Back at the start of the year, Carla suggested looking at the numerology of each month to examine its energies, and in February she picked a chant to match.  I joined in, as I love chanting.  In April, Carla wasn’t sure she was going to carry on, and didn’t post about it til 9th April.  Continue reading »

How Can I Achieve Greater Wellness?

For the Winter Solstice, I created a workbook to ‘Welcome Wellness in 2017’ (you can download it for free by clicking the link).  Part of that included a tarot spread to explore different elements of life and how they influence your sense of wellness.  The different areas it looks at are: your thoughts, your motivations, Continue reading »

Dame Darcy’s Mermaid Tarot: Just a Fishy Clone?

If you prefer to see a video review, check out this link. This self-published deck, Dame Darcy’s Mermaid Tarot (2012), has garnered quite a following.  In part, I imagine it’s due to the theme: mermaids capture our imagination and speak strongly to our intuition.  Yet, compared to fairies or vampires, there are very few mermaid Continue reading »

Tarot of the Magical Forest Reading

Do you have a goal you’d like to work towards?  This Magical Life Coaching spread is based on Robert Dilts’ Neurological Levels, and examines what elements of your life support or hinder your goal.  This week I’m drawing from the Tarot of the Magical Forest (Lo Scarabeo, 2008).  This is a cute, animal-themed deck which Continue reading »

Thelema Tarot Reading

Okay, I know it’s a bit corny, but I quite like how lots of life coaching models are words.  It does make them easier to remember 😀  This week’s spread is based on another of those: “What’s the SCORE?”  It’s a model to explore a problem or issue, and the acronym stands for Symptoms, Causes, Continue reading »