Self care takes many forms, and one of those is feeding your emotional piggy bank. Learning how to keep your account balanced is a helpful exercise, which I am going to show you now.
A lot of times people think of tarot as something fun, a way to get a peek at the future. But tarot has another side, one that is becoming more popular. That side is as a therapeutic tool. Learn how tarot LITERALLY saved my life. Please be warned that there are sensitive topics inside, so please proceed with caution. (POST UPDATED SINCE ORIGINAL POSTING)
As a tarot reader sometimes we think that we have nothing left to learn, and that we have everything in hand. Keep reading for details on a spread you should try regularly to grow.
There are a lot of tarot classes out there on the web, and some of them are free. But does free really mean better? Unfortunately in most cases no. A free tarot class will most of the time give you a glossing over of the tarot and then pretty much turn you loose.
What you should look for in a class is one that offers a lot of bang for your buck. Ask the following:
* Is it just the online course, or are there materials available?
* Is it self paced so you can take your time, or do you have deadlines to meet?
* Does it offer a variety of illustrations or videos to help those who are visual learners?
* Does it encourage you to do activities to help you grow?
and most important, does the instructor offer guidance after the course is completed or do they just take your money and run?
Some ask why even charge at all... My answer this is that if you have a good instructor then their class fee helps support the years of training they themselves went through, the time spent designing the class, the cost of webhosting, advertising, marketing and more. If you figure that the average GOOD instructor will spend upwards of 200 hours or more preparing the course then a modest fee seems appropriate.
We are in the process of setting up a new tarot learning platform. I expect to have it completed by the end of the summer
Reading the cards I like to convince myself that I can see most things coming, but at the end of the day life has a real twisted way of knocking you on your ass when you least expect it. What do you do when the cards tell you what you don't want to hear?
Part of having a good connection with your reader is to know more about them. Here are 8 ways you can learn more about the person that you choose to perform your reading.
I can't count the number of times that I have had a client sit down and say "whatever you see in the cards is fine". Here's the problem, general readings aren't always a good idea. Keep reading for the real truth about general readings.
As long time readers you might have noticed some changes around here. Or maybe you are a new reader and aren't sure what the site used to be before. Either way, check out the latest news and even enter to win a $25 Visa/Mastercard gift card this month.
There are a LOT of tarot readers out there, some good and some really bad ones. How can you be sure that the reader you choose is one of the good ones? Keep reading for 9 tips for choosing the right tarot reader for you.
Online readings? Are those really a thing? Turns out yes, they really are. It is widely accepted that chat and phone readings are ok, but when you mention email readings people tend to be skeptical. Here is how online readings work - and why they might just be the best thing ever.
22 years of tarot experience, 20 years experience as a mom, and a lifetime of knowledge is just rattling around in here!