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4 Knights Walk Into a Bar...

The court cards in many decks may look like royalty, images of beauty and grace, but don’t be fooled by their fancy exterior! The courts are just like us; full of depth, imperfections and potential. 1,492 more words

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A Tarot Journaling "How to"

I love journaling with tarot. It’s a great way to connect with your cards and to expand your understanding of their meanings. Recently, I’ve had a couple people ask me how exactly to get started with tarot journaling, so I wanted to put together a quick post about some of the journaling methods I use. 1,499 more words

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Court Cards Exercise - Whose Shoulder Would You Cry On?

The Court Cards *sigh* They seem to be tricky for  most people to get a handle on. That seemingly universal frustration in mind, I had this idea for an exercise which you can do to get to know the court card personalities a little better. 438 more words

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Tarot Journaling - Use Your Authentic Voice

Hello Beautiful Tarot People,

Tarot journaling is a hot topic right now, which is quite exciting for me since its one of my favorite activities. So I thought I would jump in with a couple of my own thoughts about this very fun and rewarding practice. 351 more words

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Deck-a-Week Challenge: Week 3 - The Deviant Moon Tarot

Greetings & Blessings. I hope everyone is having a lovely, tarot filled day!

Sunday marked the end of my third and final week doing my deck challenge. 419 more words

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Tarot Card Daily Draws

Greetings Tarot Family,

Daily draws are a great way to become acquainted with a new deck, gain a more intimate understanding of the individual tarot cards and get some daily wisdom. 983 more words

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Deck-a-Week Challenge: Week 2 - Legacy of the Divine

Greetings Tarot Family,

For the second week of my deck challenge I used the Legacy of the Divine Tarot by Circo Marchetti. For an explanation of the deck challenge click… 451 more words

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