Posts tagged spirit speak
How do I Choose which Deck to Use?

One of the most frequent questions I get, whether I'm doing online or offline readings, is about deck choice. Clients, especially those outside the tarot community who don't know about the plethora of artwork and independently produced decks, typically go to a tarot reading expecting a classic like the Rider Waite-Smith. So when they're presented with cards that don't have a "scary Devil" or esoteric symbolism that may appear sinister or super mysterious, they're instantly intrigued.

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Deck Collectors' Challenge: Days 13 to 18

One of the many reasons why I'm loving this #tarotcollectorchallenge is that it distracts me from unnecessary and unwieldy deck shopping. Really giving your collection some thought can remind you that what you have is often enough. Of course I wouldn't mind adding some more decks to my heap of cards (cue in: Ariel from The Little Mermaid singing about her gadgets and gizmos), but for now, this will do.

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Better Together: The Wild Unknown Spirit Cloth + the Divina Tarot

I made a very conscious and purposeful decision last year to get these two items for myself for Christmas. When The Wild Unknown announced that they would be releasing spirit cloths, there was bsolutely no question that I was going to buy them—it was just a matter of when. I was lucky enough to chance upon a Black Friday sale post-Thanksgiving, so I snapped up both the black and white cloths for myself in time for the holidays. The Divina, on the other hand, I had been watching closely on the Spirit Speak Instagram account for weeks and as soon as they went on sale, I headed straight over to Etsy and purchased my copy without thinking twice. 

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New Moon: Stir up those Emotions and Let Them Go

Our New Moon message today is inspired by the serene, blue hues of water energy. Our emotional body isn't always placid—as much as we'd like to remain chill and calm through even the most heated situations, sometimes our emotions feel like tsunamis breaking us down and pulling up cracks where we thought we had none. 

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