Wren answers some common questions about her tarot practice and the creation of the Dark Days Tarot.
Sometimes there’s an explanation to it and sometimes there isn’t. Sometimes death is just death. How do we incorporate these very visceral, physical, and deeply material experiences of literal death into the Death card when its presence greets us in a reading?
"Kenaz creates warmth, but it also protects you." In the latest instalment of Heathen's Journey, Abbie explores the energy and messages of the Kenaz rune.
Alexis shares a full-body tarot spread: "There is something powerful and vulnerable lying down and having cards placed on you while one or many folks begin to speak about what they see about you and your story via the cards."
On reading poetry, refusing to hide from pain, and blossoming in the mud during Chiron Retrograde.
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.
As Cassandra shows, this tough card can highlight material or spiritual poverty for LGBTQ+ people - and it can also point to the comparison trap.
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.
If we pay attention we realize we’ve been grieving a lot longer than we’ve been awake. The grieving never stops, never ceases, only its form and expression changes.
Loss is change. Grief is change. God is change.
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 am scared of interpreting the cards in a way that supports only what I want to hear." Sabrina explores some alternatives to self-reading.
For this month's full moon lunar eclipse, Sarah shares tarot guidance for every sign.
On the political position of the tenant, & the creative process of imagining homes.
As difficult as it is to let go, the Saturn return marks a chance to define your life on your own terms. Strength and resilience take the place of fear, helping the Saturnian perfectionist understand that risk and failure are necessary.
I'm still struggling with disentangling my *self* from my work, but this tarot reading and visualisation helped a lot!
Like the Chariot card in tarot, Raidho is a rune for moving forward in the areas of career, vocation, and spiritual calling. It can also guide you towards the spirit realm, and your familiar.
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 simple act of sitting down with my Tarot cards allowed me to find myself again when I was feeling particularly swept up by the energy of my community. I was able to make grounded observations while staying connected to that energy.
Cassandra takes an LGBTQ-specific look at the stories of greed and control we often find in the Four of Pentacles.
If it’s all just spiritual work and of the soul, why bring our bodies into it? Because all of us have bodies. Because we filter the wisdom received from tarot through our bodies and have lived or will live the stories cast on the reading table.
On disabled bodies becoming cockroaches, scars, protests, & altars: Maranda reflects on a recent election.
Just in time for eclipse season, Siobhan shares a spread for when you want to know how an eclipse might affect you.