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Tarot Spreads and a BIG Sale

Tarot Spreads: Layouts & Techniques to Empower Your Readings is probably my most innovative and unique book to date. It was also the hardest I’ve written. You see, it is far more than a collection of spreads. It is an in-depth examination of what spreads are and how they work. To my knowledge, this hasn’t […]

Reading a Single Card

There several ways that working with a single card to reveal a surprising breadth and depth of information. In addition to creating unique and interesting readings, these practices will also help you learn that particular card very deeply. A Card as a Spread For an interesting take on the popular 3-card Past Present Future reading, […]

Welcoming April with Tarot

This month, we are taking a little break from our journey through the cards. You see, here in Minnesota, it is still cold (only 10 degrees the morning I wrote this) and snow still covers much of ground. So I’m devoting April to welcoming April and with it, warm weather, energy, and bursting forth with […]

Taking the Tarot to Heart

Almost any tarot reader will tell you that questions about romance are one of the two most common questions (the other being about money/job/career). The book Eat Pray Love begins with a story a about a woman charged with the task of counseling refuges. She is worried about how is she ever going to relate to […]

Special Purpose Tarot Cards

As many of you know, I love tarot spreads. Mostly I love inventing them. And reading about them. And sometimes even using them. I like shaking things up a bit, so I like to add little something extras to my readings. Like what, you ask? Well, I’ll save those for another time (I’m polishing and […]

Keeping a Tarot Journal, Part 1

Most tarot teachers and authors advise keeping a tarot journal. I don’t know about you, but I love journaling and especially combining journal keeping with tarot. This entry begins a series of articles that explore what various authors and teachers say about journaling and tarot. This first foray is from one of my favorite authors, […]

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 […]

Here Comes the Sun

Of The Sun card from The Fey Tarot, Riccardo Minetti writes: “…the Sun is an Arcana that by nature is without any kind of ambiguity. It has no shadows, no veils, no half-measures. The sun represents all truths, all certainties…the joy of fullness and of security, when no doubt troubles the soul.” When this card […]

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. […]

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 […]