Hit a rut with your tarot blog? Nothing to write in your journal? Pick one of these prompts, and get scribbling!
Upside down cards can really throw your reading out. Here are some ideas on how to approach them with confidence!
Sometimes the most important thing is simply to feel seen.
Loads of suggestions to help you establish a simple daily tarot practice for 2017.
Grab your cards and keep yourself occupied over the holidays.
Some of the most common tarot struggles you shared in my reader survey, and some tips for tackling them. Plus new plans for 2017!
We've all had those moments when a tarot reading seems to make no sense at all. Liz Worth shares some helpful tips to tackle those confusing cards.
There are as many ways to ‘do tarot’ as there are people to do it. In your hands, those cards tell your story - a story that is completely unique.
If you're new to tarot, here are some tips to help you get to know your tarot deck and build your card-reading confidence.
A few suggestions for working with the magic of oracles.
I asked community members for their tarot book recommendations. Here's what they said.
If you’re a tarot reader looking to bring a little astrology into your tarot practice, here are the resources I use to inform and develop my approach.
As in, like, real people. Sitting in front of you. Live. If that thought terrifies you but you'd love to make the leap, get in here and let's talk about it.
In my recent survey, I asked you what was the main issue that you felt held you back as a tarot reader. The replies have been interesting, and have given me plenty of food for thought! Time, confidence, a grasp on card meanings…these were all struggles that large numbers of you face. I’m looking forward to …
"It is the card I have always resonated with the most. It is my heart and soul. And also, the card that terrifies me the most. Because I repeatedly refuse to live up to my own potential."
It’s here, at last: My first book! When I asked you, ooh, some time ago now, whether you’d prefer a book of tarot, or a book of tarot spreads, the answer was overwhelmingly “spreads”. Your wish is, as always, my command! Little Red Tarot Spreads: 21 original tarot spreads Little Red Tarot Spreads (never was good at …
Here's the first post in a wee series exploring the significance of numbers in tarot.
Okay! Let’s start! With absolute nothingness! (Or is it?)
Most of us are familiar with the Page, Knight, King and Queen cards in tarot This ‘royal family’ makes up what is traditionally known as the ‘court’ – and they are often seen as the trickiest cards to learn. They are the characters in tarot, often representing ourselves or the people in our lives. Many decks have …
I love the phrase ‘begin now, with what you have’. A friend of mine actually has this as her email signature, and during an email conversation this week I realised it described my new spread perfectly! So that’s what I’ve named it. “Begin now with what you have”: A tarot spread for building towards a goal. OPTIONAL: Before …
There are lots of awesome people out there, who know a lot about tarot. Some of them share their work, so we can all learn from them. Sweet! Here are some of my favourite free resources for anyone who works with tarot and wants to learn more. Print your own tarot journal Kelly created these tarot …
And so to tarot apps, about which I'm very conflicted. So tell me - what are your feelings about digital tarot decks?
[Guest post] Charm casting is a divinatory practice of throwing charms and reading them. Here's how to create your own charmcasting oracle, and how to read it!
What if a tarot card represents a trauma you've experienced? Or a perpetrator of abuse? It can be an act of self-care to remove triggering cards from your deck.
If you're reading to entertain people - at a party, for example - should you remove the scary-looking cards from your tarot deck and keep things light?