[Guest Post] Tarot reading advice from Liz Worth that often goes unsaid or is merely implied in regards to being of service to others.
I may move house a lot, but my tarot bits and pieces are always to hand. Here’s a peek at the tarot decks, oracles, and ritual tools I keep in my tarot box!
I created this tiny oracle to help me though a rough patch. Now, I’d love to share it with you, as part of a lost and found storytelling project.
Sometimes a neighborhood critter can teach you more than a tantric instructor.
“Regardless of one’s gender or sexual identity, The Moon brings big things to the surface, things we often only let bubble up when we’re alone.”
As tarot readers, it’s an honour to give our clients focused time and energy. But it’s okay, too, to take a break when you need to focus on yourself.
A 60-page e-book containing 21 of my favourite tarot spreads to cover all kinds of questions, plus helpful tips about using and reading cards in tarot spreads, and a guide to creating your own.
PLUS: 23 printable worksheets – perfect for tarot journalling.