This tarot layout came about after I’d done quite a few readings for clients who were facing a dilemma. I though it would be helpful to devise a spread that looked at likely outcomes, and also highlighted the client’s own thoughts and feelings. So many of us seem to reach a point where we just… Continue reading Tarot Spread-stay or go?
The World is one of those wonderful, positive cards that everyone loves. The traditional card image is of a woman surrounded by a wreath of leaves, and accompanied by four figures or animals in each corner symbolising the four elements air, fire earth and water. The leaves represent rebirth, and the woman has been ”born… Continue reading The World Card.
The traditional representation of this card is one of ”judgement day”, where an angel looks down upon mortal souls who are waiting to discover if they are to be chosen to enter into the kingdom of Heaven. I’ve always found this to be a little on the dark side, and I think the above image… Continue reading The Judgement Card.
The Sun is happy and positive card. The traditional card image depicts a small, happy child riding a white horse under a large sun, but I think the image above from the Fey Tarot perfectly depicts the feeling surrounding the card. The Sun is about illumination – not the cold light of the moon, but… Continue reading The Sun Card.
The Moon card depicts a pathway between two pillars, leading to the horizon. Above this stands a huge moon, shining its light on the water, and illuminating the narrow path in the darkness. This card is about what lies hidden in the shadows – your dark side, your intuition, and parts of yourself , or… Continue reading The Moon Card.
The Star is one of those lovely cards that not only looks beautiful but has an inspirational, uplifting meaning. It’s the dawning of a new day, calmness after upheaval and hope after despair. It’s about divine assistance helping you to look towards new beginnings when you ‘ve just about given up trying. In the major… Continue reading The Star Card.
The Temperance card depicts an angel holding a cup in each hand, one holds water, one holds fire. The angel is pouring one cup into the other, blending the opposing elements in perfect proportions to create something new and unique. This is the message of the Temperance card. It’s about merging, mixing, finding the right… Continue reading The Temperance Card.