After the success of the last event, I am offering this as a regular monthly date. Come and exchange a Tarot reading for feedback. This is a supportive, encouraging and trusting group, with an emphasis on skilful reading and even more skilful feedback. Check out the next event HERE
Save the date in your calendar! If you are in the Tokyo / Kanto area, this is an event not to miss. I’ll be doing the Tarot booth, of course, but there will also be tons of food and drink stalls, craft workshops and a lot more. See you then!
Could the Asherah Tarot be the deck of my life? I love the colours and lines and simplicity and detail and size and weight and card stock and erudition and Thoth theme and card texture and friendliness and depth and geometry and femininity and appeal and harmony of content and holy mother this is the one. Get yours HERE.
“The lesson of the Tarot is that life and experience are circular and cyclical, and that every state is accompanied by its opposite. The Wheel of life turns inexorably, and it is our task to learn to love our fate, whatever it might be.”
How do you learn to read Tarot cards effectively if you can’t go to classes and you’re not a great book-reader? How do you get over your fear of giving readings for other people, or how to correctly interpret Court Cards in a reading? Are you launching yourself as a Tarot pro and want some advice and guidance?
Get personalised, one-to-one Tarot coaching with me, either in person or via Skype. See THIS page for details.
I want to learn how to read the Marseille pips so I bought this book. Having a mini flip-through yesterday, hot off the postie’s moped, it looks fabulous. I’m hosting a Meetup event to discuss this book on the 29th April, in Shinagawa, Tokyo. Check HERE for further info or the Meetup image on any page of this site.
I love the idea that we are evolving into a new type of human. I think that Lynne McTaggart’s intention experiments where thousands of people join together to create peace simultaneously is about as great as you could get. Am I gushing yet? Who cares.
In this talk, Barbara Marx Hubbard interviews Lynne McTaggart and they invite us to hold an intention together. It was an affecting experience to be sure. Check it out for yourself now, it’s free.
Group intentions work exponentially better than individual intentions. They also have a recoil effect in that you get to join the flow of positivity in the universe, and reap the benefits in a physical way. Experience it for yourself:
Check out Lynne McTaggart’s website HERE and join her group intentions. See how the flow of good things increases in your life. You can even subscribe to her regular group intentions newsletter, you get about one per week, and occasionally you get feedback from the subjects of the intentions with their insanely miraculous recovery.
(sings: “I believe in miracles! Where you from? You sexy thing, you!”)
We all have guiding spirits, several of them, that help us throughout our lives. When we want to relate to them closely and we seek them out to communicate with them, they come to us in symbols , visions or dreams, and they help us to understand their natures more easily by showing themselves as animals. You can learn al about this in Ted Andrews’ book How To Meet And Work With Spirit Guides.
One of my beloved subtle energy team members is White Fennec Fox. His particular skill is finding material things of value. Great skill, huh? My darling White Fennec Fox has just helped me to work out how to manifest a chunk of money to get me and my daughter to Europe this summer. How’s that for an MVP? Thank you soooo much, my darling.
PS: If you’re thinking: “Aw, how cute! I want one as a pet”, just don’t. They are much happier in the wild than in your home and are difficult to train. #notapet #dontbeaselfishidiot
The absolute best way to learn to read Tarot Cards is to read Tarot cards a lot, and get feedback. It’s not only what you say it’s how you say it that counts. Also you need to communicate effectively with the client, meaning be a professional and set expectations to stun.
People promise feedback in exchange for readings but sadly don’t deliver, or they don’t give effective feedback that helps you grow as a Tarot reader. It’s hard to get supportive and knowledgeable yet objective feedback in anything, let alone Tarot.
I want to stretch my wings a bit and offer mentoring. So the first 3 people who contact me and ask for mentoring will get just that, for free. The agreement is that you give feedback on my mentoring.
Use the contact form on the About page of this website for further info.
I’m also hosting a Meetup event on the 11th of March in Tokyo, with peer feedback on Tarot readings, both content and style. If you’re around then, let’s meet and exchange readings and feedback:
I have now selected my three victims, er, I mean volunteers. If you can’t join me in Tokyo on the 11th, and you’d like some one to one Tarot coaching, find out about this new service HERE.
I can’t remember the amount of times people have said that they just can’t read Court Cards, it’s always been a real problem for them, and so on.
So as you know I’m half way through a Beginners’ Tarot Course, and we’ve just had Lesson 6, which is all about the Courts. So I thought I’d leave this one open for everyone to view, unlike the other lessons which are for subscribers only. You can see the lesson page HERE, or just click on the picture above and be taken to the video directly. If you want to join next time, subscribe to my newsletter.
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