For simplicity’s sake, I am using “spirituality” throughout this post as an umbrella term to encompass a range of practices, tarot to astrology to religion and everything in between. Someone asked me recently, “How do you deal with skeptics?” I shrugged. “I don’t, really.” I don’t, as in: I don’t argue with them, or try
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I was 17 when I had my first tarot reading. (That’s me in the picture, sometime in the ’90s.) I had had some very difficult things happen to me when I was growing up, and didn’t have a lot of emotional support at the time. The culture in my home was one of emotional detachment.
If I had to describe my relationship with the Eight of Swords, it would definitely be on-again, off-again. Usually, this is a card associated with feeling blocked, stuck, or limited. We see a person who blindfolded and trapped, tied up. I used to pull this card all the time when I was working at my
I’ve been a fan of Brigit Esselmont, founder of the amazing Biddy Tarot empire, for years. Biddy Tarot really is the go-to resource for all things tarot. So of course I was thrilled when Brigit invited me on her podcast. You can listen to our interview here. If you’d rather read it, there’s also a
I recently had the honour of being interviewed on Tarot Visions, a really great tarot podcast hosted by Jaymi and Rose Red, who are both really rad tarot people in their own right. We talked about my tarot book, the ins and outs of reading cards, and more. You can give it a listen here.