Tarot Visualization Exercises

I’m  now offering a new and affordable item: custom-designed visualization exercises based on Tarot images. You send me a bite-sized description of your issue, and PayPal me a mere $7 USD. I then pull a Tarot card for you, cook up a unique visualization exercise based on that card, and provide you with a write-up of … More Tarot Visualization Exercises

Visualization Meditation

This shot captures a bit of my meditation session last night… It was all about the Egyptian God, Anubis, and the crystal Carnelian, both of which are associated with psychopomp functions (i.e., ushering newly deceased souls into the Land of the Dead). I tried doing this visualization exercise of descending into the Earth to have … More Visualization Meditation

Entering a Card

Are you familiar with the “Entering a Tarot Card” visualization exercise? It’s a meditation in which you sort of project yourself into a card in order to explore it first-hand, including having conversations with any of the figures you might meet there. It’s surprisingly effective! I once had a very illuminating encounter with the distinguished … More Entering a Card

“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”

Visual-eyes…

Visualization…  This is another one of those “Power of Positive Thinking” kinds of techniques I’ll be prone to reference in this blog on a fairly regular basis.  I do tend to think that such techniques have a lot of value, and that they really can influence reality around us, both indirectly — by inspiring us … More Visual-eyes…