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A Tarot Blog – tarot tutorials, tips and techniques. — Tarot Eon

A Tarot Blog – tarot tutorials, tips and techniques. — Tarot Eon

The Tarot Lady Blog Tarot Town Tarot Elements Tarot Professionals Tarot Notes - Major and Minor Avoid These Top 5 Tarot Reading Mistakes Many people are quite nervous when they first start reading for others. Thankfully, most tarot readers are motivated by wanting to help others. This is a great start since sincerity goes a long way. However, there are pitfalls along the road to becoming the great reader you know you can be. The top 5 mistakes are (in no particular order): Not being aware of your strengths and weaknessesNot knowing your ethical boundariesNot knowing how to politely bow outNot knowing your reading styleNot trusting your intuition Not being aware of your strengths and weaknesses: You know you have intuitive reading skills but you don't quite know the reach of them in every area or scenario. Ability to give timing for events. Not knowing your ethical boundaries: There might be things you can do but that you shouldn't do. You need to be absolutely sure which types of questions you would never answer under any circumstances. Write a paragraph on your reading style. I hope you find these tips helpful.

Cat 'N Owl 52 Card Wonderland Blog | Practical Tarot UPDATE: The lucky winner is Ty Bevington! Congratulations, Ty!!!! I have a lovely box of tarot treasures to give away, including at least one deck, one book, and some tarot accessories. Entering is easy. On Friday, December 13th, a winner will be randomly selected and announced here. Tarot By Arwen

Victims, Professionals & the 10 of Swords | Musings On The Tarot ”Stress, it is a killer, sir.” Or so says Bartok. Points for getting that reference before hitting Google. My partner visited for nine days. He left as scheduled. But, the rear drive was, you will pardon the pun, toast. The truth hurts. I am a professional joy seeker. So even though I felt like the 10 of Swords from the Deviant Moon Tarot, I focused on small things. I found joy in my family—especially my sister and brother-in-law who supported me with great advice and humor at just the right timesI found joy in my friends who fetched and carried me as well as offered advice and jokesI found joy in the fact that my jalapeno taunted me into eating itI found joy in the fact that my first banana pepper fed the birds instead of meI found joy in the new cherry tomatoes all over my plantI found joy in throwing a bouncy rubber ball for my bouncy silly dog So, I found joy because I looked for it. And that, my dears, is what I mean when I say I am a professional joy seeker. This post is for you.