Befriending cards is a great exercise to figure out where you’re at in your life and to begin naming what you want more of, as well as what needs releasing.
Through my journaling, it felt like I went from just listening to the tarot to conversing with it and, in turn, conversing with myself.
Wards remind us that we have a right to feel supported and secure in the world.
Learning to ground + center isn’t just to be able to react better to stress, but to allow us to focus the mind on what we want to focus on.
Alexis offers herbs to add to our tarot toolkit and how to engage with them.
[Guest Post] Alexis Cunningfolk is back with a review of Linestrider Tarot AND an interview with creator Siolo Thompson.
[Guest post] "The suit of Pentacles asks us to seek out the green, abundant spaces in our life. If we lack such places, we must learn to grow them. If they have become overgrown, we must learn to find the sunlight again to nourish our roots."
[Guest post] "I connect the fiery energy of the wands to two different kinds of herbs: warming stimulants and cooling nervines."
[Guest post] "In the realm of Cups, I turn to herbs that are soothing and moistening, helping the us to travel through the element of water with clarity."
[Guest post] Our journey through the world of tarot and herbalism begins with the suit of swords and element of air.
[Guest post] Herbalist and homesteader Alexis J Cunningfolk's new series explores the connections between tarot cards and herbalism.