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Letting Go of Fear

Christine Jette’s wonderful book, Tarot for the Healing Heart, teaches how to use tarot for issues of health and healing on all levels. For so many readers, this is the core of our work. Solving problems may be the first step, but then we usually dig deeper to find roots or causes that underpin the […]

How Much Should You Meditate?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Doron Hanoch, author of the new Yoga Lifestyle. How much should you meditate? All the time! Meditation is not necessarily sitting down to quiet the mind, as for most of us, sitting down means either watching the mind with awareness or drowning within the stories of the […]

Llewellyn’s 2016 Tarot Catalog Is Here!

We are proud to bring our readers our sixth annual tarot catalog! Discover the newest in tarot offerings from Llewellyn, Lo Scarabeo, and Blue Angel, plus get free shipping on US orders over $30 and 20% savings when you order online with the promo code found on the cover! Hurry, savings good through 8/1/16! Open […]

In the Beginning Was the Dog

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sophia and Denny Sargent, authors of the new Book of Dog Magic. We have been dog lovers our whole lives, and have found many remarkable myths and folklore about them. As spring emerges, the one myth that really comes to mind to share is the “First Dog” […]

The Importance of Keywords

Many beginner books on tarot include keywords for the each card. Keywords are a great tool for tarot readers, beginner and otherwise. However, most books do not include important information about keywords, such as how to use them and what makes a good keyword. Mary Greer’s 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card includes lots […]

When NOT to Make Offerings

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire. The ritual use of offerings, especially in (but not limited to) the form of food items, is one of those “lost secrets of […]

Finding Me

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sherrie Dillard, author of several books, including Develop Your Medical Intuition, You Are a Medium, Love and Intuition, and the new Discover Your Authentic Self. As far back as I can remember, I felt different. In the mostly catholic neighborhood where I grew up, there were a […]

Use Creative Guidance and Watch Your Dreams Come True!

This month’s featured topic in The Edge (a magazine on holistic living) is all about creativity and intuition. This is a topic I’ve been paying a lot of attention to over the past few years. I’ve struggled plenty with all forms of creative block, from writing to painting to how to set up my personal […]

Cutting Energetic Cords with Archangel Michael

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tanya Carroll Richardson, author of the new Angel Insights. Energetic cords are invisible energy bonds stretching through time and space that connect you to people, organizations, places, ideas, situations, issues, or patterns. These cords can simply mean that certain folks or groups or patterns are part of […]

The Words on the Wheel of Fortune

One thing many students of tarot find fascinating is learning what some of the mysterious symbols on the cards mean. During the Renaissance, when the tarot was invented, people were largely illiterate and were therefore very literate in symbol recognition. Their churches told the stories of their faith in stained glass and granite images. These […]