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I’d like to speak to y’all today about the proposal that never was, and how sometimes other people’s intuition about a situation can really mess with your own. How is it possible that though everyone has intuition, we don’t all intuit the same thing? It’s probably because the translation, or interpretation, is different, and/or the attachment to the outcome is more or less. Food for thought.
Many years ago, I was living with my then boyfriend, and we were planning to go away for a long weekend to Seattle. Why Seattle? It was a place neither of us had been, and it was during the fall season, which we both loved.
I had made my request to my office job for vacation days. In the weeks that followed, more than one person from my day job implied that I was probably getting proposed to, since we happened to be going away the weekend of our anniversary. Read more
October was a wacky, wacky month for me. The amount of clients and parties I was booked with was a personal record for me. In addition, I had to deal with Mercury Retrograde (don’t worry, people, it finally ended Sunday, November 10th) and client boundary issues that reared their ugly heads. Saying “no” to people is definitely not my strong suit (heck, I think a lot of people have that problem) but in the end, I had to fire clients. In doing so, it has made room for the right kind of clients to enter my life. Yay and huzzah to clear high-fives from the universe!
Now that things have quieted down to a dull roar in the Tarot by Hilary hub, I’ve realized that even while keeping a frenetic pace, I’ve found myself in a bit of a tarot rut. The daily grind of scheduling, readings, card of the day, and writing/editing can get even the best of us down. The key is to push through rather than give in. Here’s a few tips for keeping your tarot practice fresh when you’re feeling down in the dumps and monotonous. Read more
There are some clients when, after having a session with me, want to purchase their very own tarot deck. More often than not, this may lead to buyer’s remorse and some clients keeping the deck in a bottom drawer, unloved and unused, just because they don’t quite know what to do with a new tarot deck once they take it home. An unused tarot deck is a lonely one, in my opinion.
I’d like to solve that problem and offer a few handy steps to properly introduce yourself to your new tarot deck. Read more
The most asked questions/topics when slinging tarot cards are pretty easy to pick out. It’s ALWAYS about either love or money (and sometimes if the client can try to fit both in in one reading, they do!). What is it about love and money that make them the most asked topics? I think the answer to this is simple: we all need both. Read more
Why am I writing about this today? Because things come up that make you go hmmmm, and I had to speak to it.
Theresa Reed and I had a great mentor/student relationship, and we still have an ongoing relationship, over a year after we closed on our apprenticeship.
There’s so much admiration and appreciation I have for this woman. Truly, tons. Which is why I feel the need to write this post about mentors and students going about the whole mentorship thing the wrong way. Read more