Either you have exactly what is needed to provide a resource... or you’re in need, and need to trust that the queer infrastructure can and will support you.
On the one-year anniversary of the Sunday Spread, we're working on utilizing the tools we have to help us celebrate cycles with wisdom and grace.
As Cassandra shows, this tough card can highlight material or spiritual poverty for LGBTQ+ people - and it can also point to the comparison trap.
Cassandra takes an LGBTQ-specific look at the stories of greed and control we often find in the Four of Pentacles.
Befriending cards is a great exercise to figure out where you’re at in your life and to begin naming what you want more of, as well as what needs releasing.
This month on the Sunday Spread we talk about nurturing abundance consciousness in our lives!
Page of Stones, I am ready for adventures. My inner world is mine to explore.
Each small ritual is part of a bigger picture, a cumulative relationship with ourselves and with our spirit and our environment.
Through my journaling, it felt like I went from just listening to the tarot to conversing with it and, in turn, conversing with myself.
That is balance, taking the bad with the good and learning to find the funny story or the warm hug in the middle of it all.
Re-visiting the ways in which sick, disabled, & poor people are scolded or punished for having fun (or having anything).
How to embody a High Priestess who channels stories, instead of storing them inside her own body.
"When you decide to engage with the tattoo realm, you are sending a call."
Maranda discusses the possibility of no longer losing one's sense of self in another, and relationships and friendships as always in process.
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.
Instead of the familiar themes for the Eight of Cups of letting go, we talk about the untapped potential to contain.
People retreat to ‘get away from it all’ and I think it is worth magnifying this ‘it’ – what exactly is being escaped?
Wards remind us that we have a right to feel supported and secure in the world.
Exploring unconventional relationships, intimacy through paid transactions, and mutual care with the Lovers.
A reminder that you are both the Magician and the site of ritual.
There is hope. We can learn from fatphobic bias in decks to build a fat-friendly tarot community.
By bastardizing their beliefs into trendy online quizzes, we commit microaggressions against these communities.
This card is a good omen and a great opportunity, and it’s for sure assuring you that NOW is the time to put down roots.
Are you romanticizing the not-home? What stops you from retreating at-home, or at least in your city or neighbourhood? What might it mean to retreat in daily life?
Why is fat usually a symbol for something else in tarot & oracle decks? Well first, we need to understand how fatphobia is ingrained in our minds & lives.
Maranda shares brief thoughts and non-revelations on an impulsive trip.
Maranda discusses believability & environmental illness, asking if sickness can be liberating.
Breaking down the definition of abuse to dispel myths and misconceptions.
How can bodily norms inform the way one might queer tarot? And what does queer actually mean to me as a fat tarot reader?
On recuperation from burnout, claiming anti-productivity, and seeing our hands as always-in-prayer.