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Readers Studio 2012

The annual event tarot readers and lovers all around the world wait for is less than 100 days away! This event just gets better and better each year. To find out more, just click here: CLICK  

The Gaian Aces, part 2

To finish out our theme of spring, let’s talk about new beginnings. Throughout the year, there are many times and seasons to mark new beginnings: the New Year, Fall (back to school nostalgia), one’s birthday. And spring. All the burgeoning new life popping out of the ground, out of nests, and out of animals of […]

10 Practical Questions to Ask the Tarot

Many people in the tarot community know Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone. They are the founders of the Tarot School and the very popular annual conference known as The Readers Studio. With two excellent books under their belts, they are also successful authors. One of their books, Tarot Tips, is an excellent book (useful and […]

Two Spreads

Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone, the hosts of the Readers Studio, work hard to ensure that attendees can absorb as much as their hearts desire. If one wished, one could attend various activities from 8 am until 11 pm. Not everyone does that, of course. But some are determined to take advantage of every opportunity. […]

Crystal Ball Scrying

There are always plenty of excellent evening study groups to choose from at the Readers Studio. As some of my readers know, I’ve not had much luck with scrying. But I want to scry. So I keep trying. One of my problems is that I associate scrying with seeing. You gaze into something—a crystal ball, […]

Crisis in the Circle

Last week I wrote about the Circle Readings workshop taught by Mary K. Greer. I mentioned that it was one of my favorite activities of the weekend. Now here is the thing about Readers Studio and why it is more than just an educational opportunity and why it is an experience that cannot be replaced […]

Circle Readings

Although I haven’t quite figured out how I will fold this technique into my regular reading practice, this was one of my very favorite activities of this year’s Readers Studio (and you’ll hear more about why tomorrow). It would work well, I think, with a small group of friends who know tarot or who are […]

Three-Card Readings

Robert M. Place is the creator of several decks, including the Alchemical Tarot and the Buddha Tarot as well as the author of The Tarot: History, Symbolism, and Divination. He shared 2 techniques with the group. The first focused on energy flow within a three-card spread. The second was a large 21-card spread that built […]

Straw into Gold Technique

If you haven’t already read the previous blog post, take a minute and check that out for some background information. Also I should reiterate that I use the phrase “bad card” somewhat tongue-in-cheek. Most tarot readers agree that there are no “bad” cards, that all the cards have gifts and shadows. When I use the […]

Burden into Blessings Spread

Dr. Elinor Greenberg is a psychotherapist and tarot reader and she was one of the Master Teachers at this year’s Readers Studio. During our time with Dr. Greenberg, we learned techniques that help us turn “Straw into Gold” or “Burdens into Blessings.” That is, she gave us useful tools to deal with [cue sinister music] […]