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 »

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 »

What’s Weighing You Down?

This week’s spread is designed to help figure out an issue and the best way forward from it.  It is especially appropriate if you are trying to achieve a healthy weight, but will work with any kind of problem.  The mnemonic is WEIGHT, and it looks at something weighing you down, physically or metaphorically.  The 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 »

Kinetic Tarot Overview

I was a little disappointed with the Kinetic Tarot (The Game Crafter, 2014) when I first opened it.  Partly because of the inconsistancy of the Minors: some are semi-illustrated, rather than having a human element or touch to them that I was expecting, and which others have.  Also, a number of the images are somewhat Continue reading »

Hello Oma, How Are You?

Previous Blog/ Master List/ Next Blog This year, for our Samhain Blog Hop, Arwen gave us the topic: commune, communicate, commemorate.  I looked at the spread I used last year, but it didn’t feel appropriate this time around. The person I want to commune with this Samhain is my step-grandmother, who I called Oma (German Continue reading »