Evoke the powerful wisdom of the fae with the Tarot of the Hidden Realm. Instead of relying on esoteric symbols, this powerful deck uses the raw elements—water, air, fire, and earth—to speak directly to your emotions. The beautifully drawn figures follow the Rider Waite style, but express more energy and movement, drawing you in even as you draw their truths out. The companion guidebook reveals techniques and card meanings for beginners and more experienced readers alike.
As readers, we are often asked for clarification about a situation. This technique and spread can help provide that clarification, if there is more than one person involved. Tarot expert Barbara Moore presents the Group Dynamics Spread, intended to to aid in understanding the other person (or people) involved so that the querent can develop the best plan to improve the situation or help progress a goal.
When in our tarot "comfort zone," we likely use the same decks for the same clients using the same approach; doing so gives us a feeling of confidence that allows us to do stable and dependable readings. But, anything that stays too long in the realm of the reliable can easily turn stagnant. Here, tarot expert Barbara Moore provides 5 ways we can shake up our ideas and processes to bring new ideas to our reading.
All tarot decks have their own personality and their own strengths. The Tarot of the Hidden Realm, being inspired by the world of the fae, has a flavor all its own. Barbara Moore explains the power and wisdom awaiting users of this new deck.
Being a tarot reader but finding it difficult to read for yourself is a bit like a cobbler whose children have no shoes. "How can I read for myself?" is a common question from tarot readers. Author and tarot expert Barbara Moore addresses this question and provides several tips to help tarotists read their own cards.
Of the many esoteric subjects studied by ceremonial magicians, alchemy is often considered one of the hardest and most arcane, while the tarot is thought to be one of the most accessible and "hands-on." Historically the language of alchemy, with its inscrutable riddles and metaphor, has baffled many students, while the images of the tarot are more... read this article