When Doreen Virtue turned her back on the tarot/oracle community a few years back her Past Lives deck was essentially the only one on the market. In her absence a few past life decks have come to the community. This review touches on the tarot deck created by Red Orchid Publishing.
Ghosting... and not the festive Halloween kind can leave you reeling. It sets off a chain of events that can sometimes be hard to recover from. The term ghosting was coined in the early 2000s and has only grown in the years since. So what is ghosting, why does it happen and how can you protect yourself? Keep reading to find out.
More and more people are starting to get interested in magic and witchcraft, and it can be really overwhelming when you get started. It doesn't HAVE to break the bank to stock your witchy cabinets. Here are some great ways to make magic with the help of your local dollar store.
This month I am bringing you a guest post by Chelsea Lamb. Even though the business landscape is slowly changing, it is still more difficult than it should be for a woman to rise in the business world. To become successful in your chosen profession, you will have to manage the responsibilities of your current life with the stressful requirements of running a business. Here are some ways you can balance the two halves of your life so that you can run a successful business while maintaining a healthy home life.
Welcome to the next installment of the "What Do I Do When..." series. This time we are going to take a look at the issues that arise from having a long distance relationship - and the five things that you can focus on to make sure that your relationship has the best chance of success.
I admit it - I am a bit behind the trend... I had the deck originally when it came out, but circumstances had me rehoming several decks for a bit of extra cash. I recently re-purchased the deck from Taroteca Studios and I wanted to share my thoughts on this deck in case you were on the fence about it.
I am sure that you have all seen those Wish ads all over the place, advertising low cost tarot decks and wondered about them. Here's the thing though, those cheap decks are fakes. Let's explore how to spot a fake deck, and why it even matters in the first place.
The first official post in the "What do I do" series focuses in on something that has been a real issue for a lot of people lately. It wasn't what I had originally planned, but it soon became clear that this was something that I needed to talk about sooner rather then later. You have found a great guy.... but it turns out that he has a baby mama in the picture. What now?
Every day I get bombarded with questions about what to do when men do what they do. A lot of the questions I see over and over again, so I decided to answer each of them. Keep reading to learn more about this new blog series.
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One of my favorite types of readings are the past life readings. Helping people connect to their past not only appeals to the history buff in me, but also as a reader offering guidance. But did you know that there are things that YOU can do to connect with your past lives even if you have no reading experience? Keep reading for details...
Our next entry in the Q&A Sessions series is about multiple readings - another question that I get a lot. Keep reading for my thoughts on this, as well as how to get your own questions answered.
Imagine that you are browsing for a new tarot reader and you come across Tucumcari Tarot. What do you find the most helpful? Learn why your reviews are so important.
COVID-19 is on everyone's lips these days, and for good reason. Here's my update on the impact the pandemic is having on both Tucumcari Tarot and Zia Fox Studios.
I'd like to kick off my official Q&A Sessions with a topic that we hear a LOT about in the tarot community, and a topic that I get asked about at least once a week: Twin Flames. Keep reading for my thoughts on twin flames, and how you can submit your own question for a Q&A Session in the future.
Another Friday, and another question that has been spawned from the Q&A site Quora. In this day and age there are so many different ways that people can get guidance, but have you ever considered tarot as a therapy tool? Keep reading for more on this out of the box approach.
Every week I answer a handful of questions on the website Quora - and this one is one of the ones that pops up the most. Is tarot really evil? Let's explore a bit of the history of tarot, and what it is really all about....
A tarot reading is a deeply personal experience, but when you are brand new to readings it can be intimidating. I mean where do you start? What should you know before getting started? Check out my master list to walk you through the process.
When I do a reading for you it is important for me to connect to you and deliver the best guidance possible. But I am totally human so I can make a boo-boo or be unclear sometimes. Keep reading to see what happens when you reach out for clarification on your reading.
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.
Here at Tucumcari Tarot I offer several levels of tarot classes - all of them paid. As of right now they are at designated times through out the year and run for about 30 days. I have started using the platform Thinkific for the classes, and I am in the process of creating a "Tarot Class In A Box" for those who don't want to work online, or who want to take lots of notes. It should be released early this fall.
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.
24 years of tarot experience, 20 years experience as a mom, and a lifetime of knowledge is just rattling around in here!