I’m Ash, a committed Tarot enthusiast who loves helping people work their way through challenges or decisions, and helping them use the Tarot to explore different facets of their life, from the mundane to the deeply spiritual.
The High Priestess represents intuition, mysticism, spirituality, and psychic abilities. She sits on the margin of your conscious and subconscious mind. Tarot reading draws upon her traits, and in so doing, it can be a valuable tool benefiting many aspects of your life. Here are five ways Tarot can improve your life. Tarot can improve… Continue reading 5 Ways Tarot Can Improve Your Life
One of my very favorite Tarot cards is the 9 of Pentacles. In most decks, the card depicts a lavishly dressed woman standing alone in a lush garden, with a bird on her arm, or at least a woman alone in some sort of beautiful setting. In the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, she has a hooded falcon… Continue reading True Success, What does it Mean?
Interested in getting started on Tarot reading? Have no experience? No problem. Buy yourself a fully illustrated deck with pictures that have people doing things and you’re ready to start. A fully illustrated deck makes it much easier to gain an understanding of the cards, because the pictures give clear indications of that meaning. I… Continue reading Six Great Ways to Start Reading Tarot Even if You Have No Experience
I went to my first psychic fair this week. It’s sort of ironic that a Tarot reader has never been to psychic fair. I went to get readings, not to read. I found out about it at my local Tarot meetup. A local radio station organized it at a concert hall and called it a… Continue reading My First Psychic Fair
Like the apprentice does to hone his skills in the 8 of Pentacle, adopting good habits and routine will go a long way toward helping anybody become a stronger Tarot Reader. 1. Memorize the general card meanings, or at least common key words; continue to study the meanings. I still review card meanings periodically, and… Continue reading My Top Five Tarot Habits to Become a Stronger Reader