When Past Life Info Is Useful, and When It’s Not

All of us here in the mystic set have gotten pretty glib about tossing around the term “past life.” Guilty as charged, me. A LOT of the work I do is focused around past life information, especially the Akashic Record readings. While I believe, obviously, perhaps, that knowing past life origination of karma, beliefs, and … Continue reading When Past Life Info Is Useful, and When It’s Not

Fear, tension, control, insomnia, anxiety, surrender, flow, ahhhhh, aha!

It’s been an interesting end of summer for me, with themes of aging, death, and family issues unfolding in a way that is very Jupiter in Scorpio. I’ve been thinking a lot about death and regeneration, and what it means to let go—and receive—with grace. What will this process will feel like now that we … Continue reading Fear, tension, control, insomnia, anxiety, surrender, flow, ahhhhh, aha!

How to Work With Your “Year” Card in the Tarot

One of the best ways to learn to work with the Tarot in a more personal way is to focus in on one archetype for a period of time. You can do this by random selection, by finding your Soul or Personality cards (future posts on this to come), or by choosing a significator, or … Continue reading How to Work With Your “Year” Card in the Tarot

Fuel for the Fire: The Sun in the Composite Astrology Chart

Relationships of any kind are complicated. With lovers, spouses, kids, or sibs. Even our professional relationships can present issues that leave us fuming or scratching our heads in confusion. Wouldn't it be so cool if we could have a sort of roadmap to our relationships? So that we could mitigate or at least deal better … Continue reading Fuel for the Fire: The Sun in the Composite Astrology Chart

How to Create and Use a Tarot Journal

Do you want to learn to read tarot? Intrigued by the magical relationship that tarot readers seem to have with their cards? The art (and magic) of reading cards comes when you develop an intuitive relationship with your deck, as well as learning the traditional archetypal meanings. Keeping a journal of your readings, insights, and … Continue reading How to Create and Use a Tarot Journal