The Great Conjunct: Learning How to Say “Yes”

How can I say “yes” to myself more often? A full bodied, enthusiastic, consuming, YES!, to myself, my desires, my pleasure, and the ways that I want to move through and expand in this world.  Jupiter and Saturn coming together makes me think of expansion with discernment. Expansion with boundaries so that I know what’s … Continue reading The Great Conjunct: Learning How to Say “Yes”

Taurus Full Moon, 10/31/20

A creative title for this one, I know. I wanted to write an offering that I hoped would be "medicine" for those who read. I'm kind of, sort of, loosely referring to this spread throughout. This somewhat a reading, more so a check in, and it felt a bit medicinal for me to engage in … Continue reading Taurus Full Moon, 10/31/20

My year with the Tarot

Time flies, doesn't it? It's hard to wrap my head around how my practice with this tool has grown over the past year. After dabbling with tarot a few times with friends, I bought my first decks in May of 2019 and my learning snowballed from there. Two tarot journals, 5 tarot (+ 2 oracle) … Continue reading My year with the Tarot

Where have you left your tools?

Where have you left your tools? You know the ones that got you to where you are now. That built your foundation, however strong weathered, or cracked. The ones that construct your relationship to yourself, others, your projects, the things you love. Have you lost sight of those tools? Of all of the power you … Continue reading Where have you left your tools?

Thinking, thinking, thinking…

I’ve been thinking a lot about where I’m going. I’ve been thinking a lot about where I’ve been. I sometimes take the time to think about where I am now, and when I do I think of how I’m being perceived, how I perceive, how I’m speaking, how I’m projecting, and so on. Thinking, thinking, … Continue reading Thinking, thinking, thinking…

“The magic of Tarot lies in you, not in cards.”

*Title quoted from Katia Beeden, found on instagram If you're a tarot reader and/or tarot enthusiast and at least one person within your close circle of friends or family has told you that tarot is a "demonic practice" raise your hand 🙋🏾‍♀️. Recently I received a note from someone close to me that went on … Continue reading “The magic of Tarot lies in you, not in cards.”

A Shift in Perspective

The Hanged Man is one of, if not my favorite, card of the Major Arcana. If I had to attribute the start of my tarot journey to one card in particular, it would be this one. It was not the first reading I had ever had done, but the one that sparked a deeper interest … Continue reading A Shift in Perspective