Want to know how to read Lenormand cards? Start here, with this accessible guide from the Hurricane Mystic!
"I’m watching conversations shift and I wonder: whose normal we are going back to?" A guest post shared by Grace Quantock.
"...my queer art is this way: it is loud, it is intense, it is sensual and dark and unapologetic and looks nightmares and reality (and the overlap) in the eye."
"As an indigenous woman, it has been natural for me to incorporate people of color and the indigenous spiritual values that I grew up with into my work. The Gentle Tarot is for anybody wanting some gentle, loving support."
Yep, I've finally written that book :D
New decks in the shop, BIPOC representation update, a gorgeous review, improvements and tweaks...
"In this review, I declare my flame directly to the Many Queens Tarot. After a complicated introduction, we went on to explore femmeness, feminism, solidarity and revisioning it all. What's to come next?"
There is no going back. The conversation about racism, about white supremacy, about our deeply, deeply broken unjust systems, is too loud to ignore and those with power are having to listen. Here's what we're doing in the shop.
If you're a Little Red Tarot visitor and a person of colour, I would love to invite you to take part in our POC customer survey.
I have just taken inventory of every deck we currently stock, so I can look at the state of representation in my purportedly 'diverse' shop.
The Little Red Tarot Shop is closed this week in protest and solidarity with the movement for Black lives.
Transform yourself to transform the world.
- Grace Lee Boggs
It's way past time for for white folks to level up our anti-racism work.
"A lot of us are on similar journeys to reclaim stolen and forgotten parts of our history, cultural identity and - honestly - ourselves."
A spread to help you to acknowledge the obstacles you’re facing and understanding them. Plus, some practical ideas to spark up some change
As usual, there are shop updates, great free tips and resources - plus Cathou is back with a gorgeous spread to help you express yourself in scary times.
Tarot can help us find inspiration and support when we feel stuck or in a rut.
Exploring where you need a means of expression, what obstacles and tools are presented to you, and some softness to help you through it all.
If a card could tell you about itself, what might it say? In this exercise, we imagine ourselves as the card itself.
"My entire queer feminist being is so entwined with PHAEDRA, and I like it that way. My main aim was simplicity, and with that comes an openness with which any identity can find comfort."
What do we really know about where our spiritual tools are made, and by who? Let's talk about it.
A tarot reading ritual for reflection and intention-setting at the turning of the year.
We’ve a whole host of gorgeous new decks arriving in the new year.
Black Friday is one of Capitalism's most sacred festivals. Escape the shopocalypse!
What we're listening to whilst cutting up used bubblewrap for your parcels!