Reading Tarot is a nuanced art. Interpreting the messages of archetypes handed down to us through the ages requires a passing knowledge of alchemy, astrology, history, religion, and basic human nature. When I read, I channel, yes, but how I assess and convey the messages I receive is rooted in a store of information gathered over decades of study and practice. It's a complex matrix that I tap into and one that continues to grow and evolve with time and effort. I take great pride in it and am so proud to be able to use all I have gathered over the years in the service of helping my clients grow and evolve.
So what's a beginning student to do? The world of Tarot can be daunting. There is so much to learn, so many resources, so much conflicting information. The little booklet that comes with your deck gives you only so much, but any book that lays out individual card meanings in more detail gives you only so much more. I'm going to tell you something that can absolutely revolutionize the way you look at and experience the Tarot. Read More