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Outcome Cards

One of the reasons many people do readings is to get a peek at the future. Most of us find being in limbo an uncomfortable state. We say we’d rather know, one way or the other, even it is the worst possible outcome. We say that way we can at least prepare for it and […]

5 Practices for Perfect Practicing

Once you learn the meanings of the cards (or at least a foundation of the meanings, as most tarotists consider the cards a life-long study and journey), it’s time to put the cards together into a reading. Making the leap from understanding the cards to weaving them together into a synthesized, coherent reading can be […]

A Question about Questions

When a querent comes to you for a reading, do you let them ask whatever they want? Or do you work with them to develop a really good, well-thought-out, clear question? For most of my reading practice, I was the Queen of the Questions. I felt that questions were Very Very Important. They had to […]

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 […]