The Tarot is a divination system of images that has now become extremely well regarded as a counselling tool for Jungian based counselling.
The Tarot consists of 78 cards that are comprised of two sets of cards. 427 more words
One of the most tear-jerkingly beautiful aspects of the internet is the fact that it is a bastion of steadfast opinions and convictions. At any time when there’s that little argumentative tickle waving a feather across your uvula you can hop online, sling your bag of world view talking points over your shoulder, and wander the landscapes of Twitter and Facebook and the comment sections of blogs and articles to scatter your seeds of stalwart convictions on all things political, social, and ethical. 435 more words
Hoo boy have swords been appearing frequently in my recent readings, and I’m still not really sure how to feel about it. I’m aware that swords give me the essential tools with which to achieve my desires: intellect, communication, a sense of right and wrong– but the swords are also the most sorrowful of the four suits, and that rings especially clearly in this card: the Five of Swords. 334 more words
I think I’m probably cheating with this first one because I didn’t pull it out of the deck; I have actually gotten this card in every single reading I’ve done for myself since the beginning of the year (and the beginning of the many changes that have been happening in my life). 245 more words
Hello Love Doves,
Today I thought we would break the structure of the Tarot deck down in a way that gives you the bigger picture in love and relationship readings. 741 more words