Greetings from Spring Tarot Tour Northeast!
Hello, friends! It’s your intrepid tarot traveler, reporting from Spring Tarot Tour Northeast 2019!
I want to thank those of you whom I have had the privilege to work with since my arrival last week. I am also happy to welcome some new subscribers to this newsletter.
I will be available for readings by appointment at True Bikram Yoga in Madison, CT through April 8, as well as house calls and psychic house parties in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
I’ll be back in my Palm City office April 11. Of course, I am available to work with you by phone, Skype, FaceTime or Messenger no matter where in the world I am!
Simply call or text 561-655-1160 to book your appointment with me, no matter where in the world you are.
Once I am back at my Palm City office you will begin to receive the full weekly Tarot Topics newsletter, rather than this abbreviated travel edition.
Traveling always reminds me of one of the greatest lessons of the Tarot Fool; that life is a journey, not a destination.
The journey of life can sometimes feel like an adventure, but sometimes it feels more like a dangerous trail to be carefully navigated. There are pitfalls, heartaches and disappointments along the way, just as there are joys, discoveries and blessings.
A tarot reading is a good tool to help give us a roadmap of the journey, and to offer an opportunity to chart our course for the best possible experience along the way.
When we find ourselves on a particularly bumpy part of life’s path, it is important to remember that sometimes we simply must keep our head up, our eyes forward and our feet moving.
As we move forward, we move through our difficulties, and toward something brighter. This process happens more easily when we anticipate, and work to manifest, a smoother road ahead.
Oils, Intuition and Manifestation this Sunday in New Haven
Please join Robin Brace and me for an exciting workshop at True Bikram Yoga’s New Haven location this Sunday evening at 7 pm.
We will explore some different essential oils and discuss their role in enhancing intuition, and how we can use them in helping to manifest our dreams and goals.
This will be a hands-on workshop. All materials will be provided.
You can register online, or simply join us Sunday evening.
The Week in Review
This week I shared a tip for tarot readers on my Community Blog. When you see a card in a reading that references a particular thing, how can you be sure it isn’t additionally a reference to something more?
From Around the Web
Here’s a post from Vice about a topic that is getting a lot of attention recently. Can tarot help with mental health issues? Here is more evidence that it can!
Something that often comes up at the tarot table is the question of when it is time to say goodbye to your beloved pet. Here’s an article from the New York Times about that.
Tarotist Joy Vernon lays down some wisdom about how it works when you have multiple tarot readings.
Cards for Your Consideration
My Very First Divination Deck
Since I am writing this from Connecticut, the place where I began my tarot career so long ago, I think it is appropriate to share with you my very first divination deck.
I received this early edition of the Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards in my Christmas stocking when I was just eight years old. My mother loved a good novelty gift, and, to her, divination was nothing more than a novelty.
Little did she know that this particular gift would turn out to be so very prophetic!
I remember finding truth in the cards even then.
As a young adult, I encountered I Ching and then, finally, tarot. I remembered back to my childhood experiences with divination, and how profound that had felt. I had no idea what had become of that little deck of cards that had first introduced me to the idea of card reading.
After my mother passed away, I found she had saved them in a box of some of my childhood belongings. Now, they sit on my tarot shelf, surrounded by my extensive collection of tarot and oracle decks.
I’ve learned that the Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards are quite similar to the Lenormand cards, and are still available today from US Games Systems, Inc. Surprisingly, they still come in the same orange box!
Tarot Topics Newsletter
Volume 2 Issue 14
April 3, 2019