Maiden, Mother, Crone: What Advice Do You Bring?

Triple Goddess Tarot Mini Review When I saw Lo Scarabeo had released a Triple Goddess Tarot (2017), I went for it straight away.  Not everyone likes Lo Scarabeo decks, I know.  However, I like the card stock, which shuffles easily and fits well in my hands.  And now that they’ve bought into the borderless deck 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 »

What A Line Up This Is!

I’ve been eating poorly again, and wondering what’s going on, and what to do about it.  So, Tarot Bridge Reading/Spell to the rescue 😀  I drew three cards from the recently released Modern Spellcaster’s Tarot (Llewellyn, 2016). I wasn’t surprised to see a ‘difficult card’ in the ‘situation’ position.  However, the whole line up of 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 »

Barbieri Tarot Review

The Barbieri Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2015) is not a designed-as-such deck.  Instead, the artwork was picked from a pre-existing portfolio, and this rather shows.  For one thing, there is not a consistent feel to the art style.  For another, the images are sometimes rather a stretch to connect to traditional interpretations, though they have clearly Continue reading »