Why I do a Daily Guidance Pull for Myself Everyday

One of the first things I do in the morning – after I make myself a nice cup of coffee or tea – is do a shuffling of my tarot cards and the oracle deck I’m drawn to for that day, and then choose one from each. Doing a daily guidance pull is crucial forContinue reading “Why I do a Daily Guidance Pull for Myself Everyday”

Why I don’t read “reversed” cards

A lot of Tarot Readers read their cards as upright and reversed. Upright cards are when the cards appear, after shuffling, upright in a reading. Reversed is obviously the opposite. I only read cards as upright. This is the magic of the Tarot; there are so many messages, so much detail, and so many answersContinue reading “Why I don’t read “reversed” cards”

Choosing Your Perfect Tarot Deck

I am often asked by others how to choose their first tarot deck. Also, I often see beginner tarot readers purchasing the most “hip” or “instagrammable” deck, all the while being incapable of reading or interpreting it because the symbolism is lacking or unclear. You can find a happy medium while on your hunt forContinue reading “Choosing Your Perfect Tarot Deck”

Top 75 Tarot Blog & Card Highlight – The Tower

Wow, what a wild week it has been! Since revamping my website and services, since putting together a newletter, and since making an effort to bring quality content to the spiritual sphere, my work has taken off! I’ve been using affirmation statements and imagining success in the here and the now, and it’s been amazingContinue reading “Top 75 Tarot Blog & Card Highlight – The Tower”

FAQ: What makes you different? How does a remote reading work? How *can* it work?

What makes me different (and better!):I read tarot far more effectively and with less limitations than standard readers while simultaneously ensuring you’re not inconvenienced trying to obtain a reading. I use tarot as a communication tool for my intuitive psychic abilities as I connect with your angels and spirit guides and relay these messages inContinue reading “FAQ: What makes you different? How does a remote reading work? How *can* it work?”

September 1st in Rocamadour, France

ABOUT GOD: I think I learned something about God while I was here. I think religion has it wrong in the pomp and circumstance it requires to “please” the Lord. Run up the stairs or walk up on your knees – neither is more devoted. Keep your change – God wishes you to be abundant.Continue reading “September 1st in Rocamadour, France”