Thanks to my sponsors, I now have the fee for the Shiatsu Foundation Course I’ve been crowdfunding for. Blisserama.
Image from the Waite – Trinnick Abiding in the Sanctuary Tarot deck, available on the British Museum website. Click the image to view the full collection.
I’m no longer offering free Tarot critiques. Let’s just say it wasn’t the best-received idea I’ve ever had. If you’re interested in getting Tarot mentoring, check out my Learn Tarot page or contact me at
I’m enrolling on a Shiatsu course in April. By joining my Patreon Community, you benefit me by enhancing my skills, you benefit the universe by helping me to align Chi, and you get free healing, whether at a distance or in person. All-round win-win-win! Just sponsoring me for one month helps me gain traction through “social proof”, a great benefit and value indeed.
Thanks and blessings.
Watch my new video on YouTube and comment. That’s it!
I thought it would take me 3 weeks, and it took me 11 months. Finally, welcome to my Udemy Comprehensive Beginner’s Tarot course. If you’ve ever wanted a comprehensive, thorough and well-structured course to help you learn the Tarot without having to use a book, this is it, folks. And it’s free.
I’ve read a few neggy comments online about Teal Swan saying she’s copying other people, but all spiritual truths are the same: fingers pointing to the moon. I personally think she’s really cool, she’s clearly on fire with her mission, and she has most definitely helped a LOT of people. I bet she doesn’t spend time trolling on amazon, for example.
Here’s a video I watched last night where she dialogues with a man about his inability to achieve what he wants, which is basically all of us. While I’m not in the same situation as him by a long chalk, yearning for what you want is certainly a common theme with me, as I’m sure it is with most of us. Watch till the end because the last sentence is very important, don’t you think?
AND while you’re on YouTube, have a look at my channel and subscribe!
Shaktas dedicate their shrines to Shakti. Shakti is worshipped with Sandalwood. A few years ago, it was discovered that Indian Sandalwood trees had mostly all been harvested, and the entire genus was in danger of extinction. Many other varieties of Sandal trees exist, such as a Hawaiian and Australian. But to my mind, Indian Sandalwood essential oil is the most authentic and best-smelling.
If like me you absolutely must have Indian Sandal EO to anoint your shrine, look no further than Ananda Apothecary. Their Sandal is the only oil I would ever use to anoint the feet of my Shakti Rupa. Click the photo above for further info.