Traci reviews a new deck that blends traditional tattoo symbolism with tarot.
Gyfu is one of my favorite runes, because it is in this rune where we can start to crack open and get to the soft underbelly of heathenry.
"The cards began to accumulate stories for me, about my friends and my relationships, how to be soft with myself when times are hard, how to hold myself accountable when I need to."
"I built a portfolio full of melanated goddesses with creamy brown skin tones embracing their femininity and power. I love making art that makes my sisters feel good about themselves."
On the one-year anniversary of the Sunday Spread, we're working on utilizing the tools we have to help us celebrate cycles with wisdom and grace.
To feel feelings deeply is a form of expertise: hard won, gained over time through practice and intention. This card has big emotions, thick like the ocean. And it has just as many gifts for us, just as much solace, just as much beauty.
Wren answers some common questions about her tarot practice and the creation of the Dark Days Tarot.
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.
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.
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.
This month on the Sunday Spread we spend some time with the amazing women of Maria Strom's Hip Chick Tarot, a deck that reads like an open invitation to an outdoor dinner/craft party with an immaculate guest list!
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
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.
In which those sharp, bloody swords are connected to medical procedures.
Stepping back from the Futhark alphabet, let's discuss how the runes are used.
That is balance, taking the bad with the good and learning to find the funny story or the warm hug in the middle of it all.
Great news! Travelling tarot artist Jennifer Dranttel is re-publishing her much-loved deck, the Nomad Tarot.
I used the Bridge tarot spread to gain perspective on my current journey towards stepping up and showing up.
Wren McMurdo shares a quick and handy guide to the meanings of the numbers in tarot.
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?
Wards remind us that we have a right to feel supported and secure in the world.
"She weaves individual strands into a tapestry, creating common ground and common cause."