"I learned while writing for Little Red Tarot how powerful it can be for people to know that they aren’t the only one to have an experience and to receive empathy." Catch up with Siobhan, and find out how to follow her work beyond LRT.
"MOONWORK is a practice of making home in self, others, and the present moment, as perfect-for-now experiences that include past & future." Hannah Harris-Sutro introduces her new online class.
On the weight of the wreckage of the loss of love during recuperation from surgery.
Y'know, we have some seriously brilliant columns running on Little Red Tarot at the moment. Here's a roundup of all our current series!
To cut off abusers is to be the Queen of Swords. To take care of ourselves by cutting off communication, and not necessarily dramatically. Sometimes there is nothing more to be said, and the most powerful statement is said with silence.
The Numinous Tarot places hope at the heart of the revolution. "We may have to build this place ourselves, but we are worth the effort, the space, and the care of doing so." - Noel Heimpel
It's productivity season and our healing projects can be just as alluring as any other. This month we utilize tarot to guard and manage our sacred energy, even from ourselves.
What does it mean to raze consciousness in order to raise consciousness?
People retreat to ‘get away from it all’ and I think it is worth magnifying this ‘it’ – what exactly is being escaped?
When good things happen to you, what are your first thoughts? When your wishes come true, do you tell anyone?
Death shows us what happens when you come out the other side – pain, hope, transformation.
"Levees go up. They come down. But the Mississippi and her people always endure. I wanted to pay homage to that."
Maranda discusses believability & environmental illness, asking if sickness can be liberating.
How can bodily norms inform the way one might queer tarot? And what does queer actually mean to me as a fat tarot reader?
I fear that I would be physically unsafe were I to press charges. So what do I do? Where do I turn? Witchcraft.
"It is important to remember that the work of ending rape and abuse is going to be messy."
It is scary to see what is normally tucked away inside, out in the open, using its voice. But it is liberating, too, to give space to that untamed, unsocialised nature. To let your wolf howl.
Many of us struggle to set the boundaries we need because we are scared we'll upset people and end up alone. In this piece andi explores how grieving can help us move from shame and guilt towards authentic connection.
"I suffered for probably three years ... Until one day someone said to me 'Why don't you just leave?' They weren't being kind, but it was the best thing anyone has ever said to me to this day."
Sarah Gottesdiener shares reflections and ritual ideas for September's full moon in Pisces.
These two difficult cards show us different faces of trauma, both personal, and collective.
"She told me that Saturn helps bring out the gold in all of us. And she’s right. Saturn has been weaving gold through me."
The Two, Three, and Four of Swords make more sense if we read them as a group and see a narrative of decision-heartbreak-rest that so often plays out in LGBTQ+ lives.
Though the Emperor represents society or 'the system', it necessarily contains within itself the potential for something better.
Cassandra explores themes of LGBTQIA+ mental health, sobriety, sexual exploration and more in the Ace of Swords.
Maranda explores the Three of Swords, access intimacy, and the emotions of inaccessibility.
Ever pull a card and have no idea what it is? Siobhan shares an impossible Marseille reading and how not to help someone with anxiety.
Maranda explores BPD, sleeping pills, and the prolific with the Six of Swords and Daughter / Queen of Swords.
Do you know crip-time? Do you know crip-grief? Maranda presents a sick and disabled re-imagining of the Eight of Cups.
Maranda Elizabeth introduces themself as Little Red Tarot's newest contributor in their column See the Cripple Dance.