Are Tarot Readers Accountable For Their Tarot Readings?

March 29, 2010

Are Tarot readers responsible for things that happen to the client after the reading? Or are we free from the burden of responsibility that is so naturally placed upon us? We all live in a blame culture. If something goes wrong, we look for people to blame. Often times these people are just … well, […]

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7 Solutions to Uncovering your Intuition!

March 26, 2010

Whether you’re looking to understand a relationship, make a decision that will affect your career or do a Tarot reading, intuition is crucial. But how do you access it? The process all comes down to changing your perspective. For all but the Enlightened, humans live according to social norms. The more that people fit into […]

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The Chariot Card! A Triumphant Victory or a Personification of the Church?

March 25, 2010

In Conjurer or Adept? The Humble Origins of the Tarot Magician, I outlined a plan to look at the 22 Trump cards from an historical perspective. I don’t plan on getting too involved in the history side of things because my main goal is to find new and interesting ways to think of the Major […]

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The Role Divination has in the Great Work

March 25, 2010

There have been many times during a Tarot reading where I pay little attention to the Tarot cards. There have been times when I’ve only glanced at them. In a Tarot Reader – How to go from beginner to expert in three easy steps, I discuss the natural learning cycle all Tarot readers go through. […]

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How to Create Breathing Room when a Tarot Reading has you Under Pressure

March 24, 2010

Are you finding it hard to remain relaxed during a Tarot reading? Do you try and communicate everything all at once so the client won’t think you’re a terrible Tarot reader? Do you feel guilty when you don’t know the answer and over compensate by trying to communicate a hundred different ideas to the client […]

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Conjurer or Adept? The Humble Origins of the Tarot Magician

March 23, 2010

Historically, the Tarot started life as a game. I find this fascinating because isn’t life itself just a game? Like life, a game is a mixture of stratagem, skill and chance. We can plan for all eventualities but the element of luck is ever present. Chance has a funny way of overthrowing the “best laid […]

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The Tarot Location Challenge

March 19, 2010

My background in Tarot is heavily influenced by the Golden Dawn, specifically, the attributions they use. About a week ago, I was speaking to a friend of mine, and we started talking about how certain cards within the Golden Dawn system are associated with areas of the globe. I’m going to quote Lon Milo DuQuette, […]

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Three Techniques For Reading Health Questions

March 12, 2010

This post has been inspired by an earlier article called, Eon Quiz and Robust approaches to Tarot Readings. In that article I posted a quiz that asked people how they approached a health related Tarot reading. The participation from others was incredible, and inspired a follow up post called Eon Quiz I – Health Question. […]

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