Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Denise Hesselroth, author of Intentional Tarot: Using the Cards with Purpose.
We are living in interesting times. Sometimes it can feel like things are daily spinning more and more into bizarre and frustrating directions. As a balancing energy, many people are working harder at efforts to control the chaos. One way we can bring this balancing energy into our tarot practice is to use what I have been calling Intentional Tarot.
In traditional tarot readings, we look to randomly drawn cards to counsel and advise us about immediate issues in our personal lives. This is an inward pull of energy from, "Whatever it is that makes the cards
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Linda Yael Schiller, author of Modern Dreamwork.
Most of have had recurrent dreams at some time in our lives. Some of them eventually just disappear, but sometimes they repeat over and over again. They may be simply intriguing or curious, or even fun (like if we have those recurrent flying dreams), but sometimes we feel stalked by a recurrent nightmare. What do all these mean?
Jennifer dreamt that she was taking bus #22 up a winding mountain pass. Three days later she dreamt that a school bus was parked outside her house. The following week she dreamt that she was working as a waitress busing tables.
Mark kept dreaming of his
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Caroline Dow, author of Sanctuary of Your Own.
In Sanctuary of Your Own, my book on how to create a personal haven for meditation, relaxation, and renewal, I recommend incorporating elements of the five senses to kindle revitalization. Most of us probably can easily choose something to stimulate sight, sound, touch, and smell, but sometimes we neglect the sense of taste. While it's simple to place an apple on your altar to represent wisdom or even a chocolate treat to help you relax, it can be fun to sometimes vary the theme and prepare a smoothie that carries a symbolic meaning. So in this blog post, I'm offering a recipe for an apricot
Here in the northern hemisphere, Yule is almost upon us, but for our southern hemisphere friends, it is time for Midsummer. To help you celebrate, we’ve rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more!
Midsummer: Ritual and Lore Use this ritual from Scott Cunningham to brighten your Midsummer festivities.
Midsummer's Dream Tarot Spread: Celebrate the freedom and liberation of summer. Because energy is so potent during Midsummer, it is a wonderful time for protection, developing psychic ability, and divination. Use the Midsummer's Dream layout when you want to visualize your heart's desire. Catch a glimpse of the future in the fall beauty of the sun's