This Spread Will Show You How To Trust

How often have you wondered where you’re going, and whether you can make it? That’s something that came up for me this week, after a couple of encounters. I considered using again the choices spread from a couple of weeks ago, which I’ve been throwing for a variety of issues, even just for a quick Continue reading »

What Dragons Shall I Ride This Week?

A new deck this week, at least new to this blog, the Starlight Dragon Tarot (Huszka & Engert, 2016).  It’s got beautiful, vibrant artwork in a detailed and yet minimalist style.  The cards are square, which makes for some interesting possibilities, like the diamond spread shown here.  The idea of the layout is to represent Continue reading »

Should I continue time-restricted eating?

Buddha’s Diet A book came out recently called Buddha’s Diet.  It is very simple to read, and advocates what many are calling time-restricted eating.  The basic idea is to restrict the hours in the day that you eat. While I’ve also heard it called the 16:8 Diet (sixteen hours fasting, eight hours eating, to echo Continue reading »

Where Am I Really Powerless?

Carla of Rowan Tarot shared a great spread last week for exploring big changes.  However, my focus, inspired by repeated visits by the card of the same name from Bev‘s Elements of Recovery deck (2016), is Powerlessness.  So, I decided to tweak the spread in that direction.  As for my deck this week, it is 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 »

5 Types of Motivation Spread

Motivation is really important if you have something you want to achieve.  It’s something I’ve been looking into, as it’s relevant to my work, as well as to me personally.  And in that exploration, I found a fascinating perspective that analyses five different kinds of motivation.  That inspired me to write a post over on Continue reading »

SWOT Spread and Reading

Cards this week are drawn from one of my “comfort” decks: the Fey Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2003).  As for the spread, it is taken from the world of business, but can be used to assess any project, or even your personal or spiritual development.  The acronym SWOT stands for: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.  My Continue reading »