Wren answers some common questions about her tarot practice and the creation of the Dark Days Tarot.
On reading poetry, refusing to hide from pain, and blossoming in the mud during Chiron Retrograde.
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.
For this month's full moon lunar eclipse, Sarah shares tarot guidance for every sign.
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.
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.
Just in time for eclipse season, Siobhan shares a spread for when you want to know how an eclipse might affect you.
Your 7th house can explain why you’ve dated so many space cadets who won’t wash their dishes, or why you choose the kind of friends who ghost when crisis hits. Luke Dani Blue explains all.
Being a Blessing: Enacting Our Spirituality. Sarah Gottesdiener defines abundance and alignment...minus the spiritual bypass.
This new moon in Gemini, Wren shows us how to "develop life-empowering associations for each of the Kings in the Tarot, and consider them outfits hanging in your very own proverbial gender closet."
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.
You are now granted permission, gentle reader. Because you’ve got nothing to prove anymore. Because you proved it to the pain. You’ve proved it to everyone else, even if they weren’t looking or listening.
Romantic FOMO (fear of missing out) happens to the best of us, but shows up with a vengeance to people with hard Venus-Mars aspects.
May I be myself.
May I be fully myself.
May I let myself be enough, exactly as I am.
Wren McMurdo shares a quick and handy guide to the meanings of the numbers in tarot.
Two shared altars, Em and I exploring fear, vulnerability, and stepping into our own power.
Sarah Gottesdiener shows how this potent Scorpio moon raises themes of sex, death and the wonders of creation
"Magic was something I discovered about myself" Artist and deck creator Wren on her journey to creating her own tarot deck.
The trouble with Mars – and with Mars, there’s always a little trouble – is knowing when to stop. And when to start.
On this night / a decade ends. A new one begins. / Breathe in - / Hold - / Breathe out.
(A birthday poem for Em)
There was struggle, there was hardship, sometimes this pain threatens to pull us back into rocky waters. Because we know that smooth sailing isn’t a given ever, we must find tools in our toolkit to find lights in the dark.
Once, the most important conversations / were about how the moon sounds— / the low arch of a cello, he said / the shiver of electrified bells, I said—
Wren is embracing Tarot as a lifestyle at this dark moon in Pisces.
"i have always been the moon, an expert in orbiting. i never had enough of my own gravity. until you."