Of Two Minds? How About Four?

Previous Blog/ Master List/ Next Blog When I read the premise for this round of the Tarot Blog Hop, I knew it was right up my street. Our wrangler, Aisling the Bard, asked us to ‘use our Tarot cards to explore and explain the duality of our own natures’. She also asked: ‘How is it Continue reading »

When the Transpersonal and the Magical Meet…

Having recently spotted a transpersonal coaching acronym, I couldn’t resist converting it into a tarot spread!  This one looks great for figuring out how to move towards a goal you believe in, taking into account your own strengths and also allowing in inspiration from the universe 🙂 TRUST Target – What do you really want Continue reading »

The Frideborg Tarot: Just A Bunch of Photos?

The Frideborg Tarot is a photographic deck, with images selected by Lisa (Frideborg) Eddy (2016 – email her if you’re interested in getting a copy, or you can download the digital version for free!)  I was somewhat surprised to hear someone say that choosing a bunch of images and calling them a deck isn’t really 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 »

Kinetic Tarot Reading

Last week, something someone said hit me really hard.  I woke up thinking about it and feeling really angry.  And, as is often the case in the early hours, I found the thoughts and feelings hard to shake.  In part to distract myself, I came up with a coaching-style spread to use with any extreme 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 »