3 Benefits of an E-mail Tarot Reading

Featured Deck: CBD Tarot de Marseille by Yoav Ben-Dov

Tarot readings have evolved so much through the decades. We are no longer just limited to getting readings through face-to-face interactions. Don’t get me wrong, I do appreciate and enjoy meeting people in the 3D world and having an actual conversation with them. However, remote readings (specifically e-mail tarot readings) have truly become my go-to avenue because a) I get to connect with a wider audience; b) It’s convenient to work on your readings in my own sacred and safe place; and c) it gives me a chance to go deeper into the reading than doing it live.

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Smart Inquiry: 3 Tips in Asking the Tarot Questions

Featured Deck: The Rider Waite Smith Tarot Deck

Let’s face it, people are inclined to go to a divination practitioner (i.e. tarot reader) because they want to get some answers/information to certain questions on their minds. However, do we really think about the questions that we approach these tools with? It may sound a bit much to ponder about this, but asking the appropriate (or “right”) question can speak volumes to the quality of the reading you will gain.

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Flip It, Let’s Reverse It: How to Read Reversed Tarot Cards

Let’s face it, trying to learn and memorize seventy-eight meanings for each tarot card is very intimidating on its own. Adding another layer when the cards are upside-down can make a newbie (or even a seasoned practitioner) question why they even bothered to read the cards at all. Trust me, I have been in that position when I experimented with using reversals (or inversions) in the past few years. Frankly, I’ve had a very tumultuous relationship with it and, I admit, using reversals has become a mood of some sort for me. It comes and goes. With that said, let’s address the elephant in the room…

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