Brave enough to go where fear resides, committed with curiosity and love to the heart's long and often difficult journey.
Life is never in limbo. As long as it is being lived, the journey progresses. Every moment, something new is learned. "No way out but through", my friend says of her own current struggle. It's true. It's good. It's okay.
Time and again my cards are bringing me back to a place of steadiness. It’s only been a month. So much has been felt, thought, planned, pulled apart and stuck back together. These cards remind me that these are early days.
Suddenly, as a person who’s life has become incredibly single tracked, and as someone who wants to bring variety, creativity and, yes, the elusive concept of balance back into her life, Temperance is looking pretty damn good.
This woman grips her sword in her hands - grips the blade itself with her bare fingers. If a sword is wisdom, truth and experience, she is unafraid.
She Is Sitting in the Night is unlike any tarot book I have ever read. In many ways it feels like the tarot book I have been waiting for for years. It’s a collaboration between Rima Athar, whose idea it was to ‘revison’ an 80s tarot deck, writer and tarotist Oliver Pickle, who wrote the …
[Guest post] Our journey through the world of tarot and herbalism begins with the suit of swords and element of air.
The truth is, I’ve been in a bad mood for weeks. Waking up with an inexplicable crossness each morning, as if there were two sides to my bed and it was even possible to have a ‘wrong side’. And if I’m not angry, I’m sad, and tired. Can’t open my eyes, can’t wake up, can’t …
The Facebook event was mysterious—what exactly would “a contemporary queer re-visioning of a beautiful feminist tarot deck from the 80s” be?