“Entering A Card”

Today, I thought I might describe this great exercise that actually helped to launch me into my unceasing-since-then love affair with Tarot.  It’s called “Entering A Card.” I first read about this exercise on the internet somewhere, and then found it written up again in Tarot for Your Self, a workbook by Mary K. Greer … More “Entering A Card”

A wicked pack of cards…?

Over time, I’ve come to understand that when it comes to Tarot, many people often have a rather dark view of what the cards represent.  I’d like to say it’s “a surprisingly dark view,” but these things are subjective, and just because I don’t personally find Tarot to be ominous, that doesn’t mean other people … More A wicked pack of cards…?

A bit of myth-busting…

In general, I love myths.  Then again, when I say that — “myths” — I’m talking about lore…legends….stories about epic figures: Deities, heroic types, monsters, forces of nature in humanoid form, that sort of thing. There’s another kind of myth, though, that I feel is less beneficial to us: it’s the kind that seems to … More A bit of myth-busting…