Why You Don’t Ever Have to be Scared of the Death Card

I see tarot as intuitive art.  The cards are your paints, the table is your canvas, and your mind is your brush. Not all tarot readers’ art will look the same.  Some interpretations are darker than others. One thing for sure is I am not into scaring people. So today I wanna shed some light … Continue reading Why You Don’t Ever Have to be Scared of the Death Card

Sacred Symbols of the Tarot: Infinity Symbol

One of my favorite things to do with the tarot is to study the details, and learn what their hidden symbols represent.   Today I wanna share a bit about one of my favorite symbols- the infinity symbol, also known as a figure 8 or the number 8.   The Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno drew this … Continue reading Sacred Symbols of the Tarot: Infinity Symbol

Tarot Love: The Only Tarot Spread You’ll Need!

I’ve been studying a book called “Way of Tarot: Spiritual Teacher in the Cards” by Alejandro Jodorowsky. It's hands down the most powerful book I've found on the tarot system and gives really creative and effective spreads in the back of the book. Here’s one I’ve been loving lately and have been using with clients. … Continue reading Tarot Love: The Only Tarot Spread You’ll Need!

Why Less is More at the Full Moon

We tend to associate the full moon with wolves howling, the ocean reaching its highest elevation (high tide), animals reproducing, and human behavior being amplified to extremes. But you might be surprised to know the full moon is actually not about going hard, going full out, or going to extremes. It’s an opportunity to do … Continue reading Why Less is More at the Full Moon

5 (More) Ways to Bring Pleasure into Meditation

In a recent post I shared 3 ways to make meditation more pleasurable- letting the imagination be part of it, focusing on the heart instead of the head, and ending it with physical touch such as self-massage. These send signals of pleasure and safety to the body and let our meditation be not a form … Continue reading 5 (More) Ways to Bring Pleasure into Meditation

What to Know About the First Quarter Moon

We're now at the halfway point between the new moon and full moon. Look up in the sky- do you notice the moon looks like a pregnant belly? Not just a seed of potential now, but showing evidence of growth? This reminds me of the Empress card of the tarot! We're now seeing evidence of … Continue reading What to Know About the First Quarter Moon

3 Ways to Bring Pleasure into Meditation

This is a continuation from my last post about fear, and how meditation is so supremely helpful for easing fear. After 20 years of meditating and trying out different methods, I have really come to appreciate the tantrik and bhakti paths, which place more emphasis on feeling the sensations in the body, welcoming in pleasure, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Bring Pleasure into Meditation