"I think when change means loosening the locks on our internal cages, it feels like freedom and relief. Any homo who’s come out to themselves or trans person who finally got hormones knows what that’s like."
It’s a simple, heartfelt offering of the work I want to be doing right now - with you, with our WitchyQueer community, with the owners of tiny spiritual businesses in this big, chaotic world.
What kinds of attitudes and practices can help us craft feminist, anticapitalist online businesses? 103 ideas.
On this autumn equinox, my most precious moment of reflection, I commit to these learnings. I commit to digging deeper, to exploring further, to finding my way towards truly integrating this budding wisdom.
Social Capital is an intangible economy of power and access that exists between community members. How can we be accountable to this as business owners who rely on social capital to make a living?
If you run or know of an intersectional witchy community space that could provide a home to our longest-running queer tarot column, let us know!
Following my recent announcement that LRT is winding down on 31st October, I've received some questions and comments - here are my answers!
The Little Red Tarot Blog is winding down at the end of October. Here are some of my feelings and reasons <3 Read more
Choosing your first tarot deck can be a minefield! Here's my advice for what to look out for, what to consider, and a few decks that might inspire you.
It is a poet's time. And a witch's time. I begin to feel like myself once more. Though I have changed, I recognise myself.
May I express this wholeness through connection, not through isolation. May I show up for the people I love. May I show up for my community. May we coexist and co create. May we co-heal.
It's what late summer light is for, I believe. Lammas. Mugwort cigarettes. And meadowsweet incense, rose tea, taking time to knead bread, to make a fire... to sit in whatever silence we can find and claim for ourselves, and let it all settle in.
I'm still struggling with disentangling my *self* from my work, but this tarot reading and visualisation helped a lot!
What is the most progressive, most healing, most honest, most accountable thing we can do right now, to tackle white supremacy within our own community?
Y'know, we have some seriously brilliant columns running on Little Red Tarot at the moment. Here's a roundup of all our current series!
The Numinous Tarot places hope at the heart of the revolution. "We may have to build this place ourselves, but we are worth the effort, the space, and the care of doing so." - Noel Heimpel
It is possible to hold multiple realities at once. At the apex of the year, this Gemini new moon helps us to explore, embrace and integrate our many contradictions.
These are the values that guide me in making decisions about Little Red Tarot, what we do, how we do it, and the bigger picture; our mission and aims.
Because it's not about soapboxes or knowing the One Right Way. Leadership is an ongoing practice of humility. Of service.
Can abundance be its own economy?
May I be myself.
May I be fully myself.
May I let myself be enough, exactly as I am.
I used the Bridge tarot spread to gain perspective on my current journey towards stepping up and showing up.
Two shared altars, Em and I exploring fear, vulnerability, and stepping into our own power.
Where in your life are you bringing together opposing energies? What magic lies in the tension between these things? Where can we turn friction into electricity?