Third Eye Tarot Exercise
In Tarot Healer, Leeza Robertson leads us through an exploration of our chakras, with assistance from tarot. Through a series of exercises that build on one another, we learn to identify areas of weakness and discover ways to strengthen them. Here is an example of an exercise that gets us started with the crown chakra. Although part of a series of interconnected exercises, this one can stand alone.
Grab your deck and start looking for a card that you feel best represents the energy of the third eye, or the energy of the third eye chakra, you wish to have once your healing work is further along. Recommended cards for this chakra include the High Priestess,
Learn Something New
The Page of Pentacles from the Wizards Tarot
The first six months of quarantine have been very difficult for me (this is written in August; and I'm sure I'm not alone). One of the things that really helped me was learning something new. A friend asked me if I’d like to study Marseille Tarot with him. I did and it was like a lifeline during my darkest months. For two months, we used Zoom to study and do practice readings with each other. We are both seasoned RWS tarot readers with decades of experience but we both had only a nodding relationship with Marseille. That was, we think, key to its effectiveness in engaging us so fully.
If you find yourself
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patti Wigington, author of the new Badass Ancestors.
After three decades of working with my ancestors as part of my spiritual practice, I've found that my long-dead kinfolk are an incredibly valuable resource when I need guidance, wisdom, and insight. I call upon my family members in divination workings regularly, and they've never failed me yet. While I do keep a scrying mirror and a pendulum on my ancestor altar, I've found that the most powerful divination tool I can use with my people is the set of ancestor oracle cards I've made for myself.
Ancestor oracle cards are a uniquely personal divination tool that only you can make
It's been quite a year, and it will likely continue to be quite a year. For so many reasons, many of us feel ragged and worn. A little inner peace would be nice. Elliot Adam, author of Fearless Tarot, has some words of wisdom for us, brought to us by the Four of Swords.
Fearless Tarot, by Elliot Adam
Four of Swords from Llewellyn's Classic Tarot
"Restoring inner peace."
The Four of Swords symbolizes our need for inner peace. It encourages rest and recuperation. The appearance of the Four of Swords gently reminds you to call your attention to your body, and any areas where tension has been building up. You may need to give yourself some peace and quiet to