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Learn Tarot: Your Childhood Stories Teach You Tarot Now is my first eBook and I am so confident that my strategy to learn tarot is so efficient, I want you to read it for FREE on Kindle RIGHT NOW. My eBook is a quick, to-the-point resource for memorizing the tarot definitions faster than any other…

Making The Hierophant Relatable To Our Modern Life

I’m no different from the many tarot readers who dread the Hierophant’s appearance in a reading. As one of my shadow cards, I’ve done a lot of work with the Hierophant and now, I see the more of the wisdom in this card than the nagging. In my previous post, I shared some revelations I…

How To Balance Your Chakras By Drinking Crystal Water

*Please research crystal you want to use for your own infused water to see if it’s safe to place in water or to drink before consuming* It wasn’t until I really sat down to think about how much my solar plexus chakra has improved that I realized how long I’ve been drinking water infused with…

A Deeper Understanding of The Lovers (Tarot Interpretation)

I am reading Kim Huggens’ Tarot 101 (I am working on a review to share with you all) and there was an interesting quote interpreting The Lovers. The Lovers tells us that the ability to form relationships is an act of yearning for the Divine. The Lovers is often interpreted as a union but Huggens…

How You Can Prepare For, Instead of Dread, Astrological Events

It’s all perception. And perception is reality. Some people may call it Murphy’s Law but really, it’s self-fulfilling prophecy.  We fear when a major eclipse is near or when Mercury goes retrograde again. We want to hide away until it’s over. Much good that does us. As many times as we see the quote on…

Splendor In The Grass |Full Movie Review

I saw the 1961 film, Splendor in the Grass earlier today. The moral of the film is a topic that I’m passionate about…unrepressing our sexuality. It’s 1929 in Kansas and the two main characters, Bud and Deanie, are high school sweethearts. Their love is so strong but in direct conflict with their parents’ wishes or…

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It’s easy to romanticize the past, that we once had it so easy because damn, it sure hurt a hell of a lot at the time. At the core of me is a jaw breaker centre filled with ghosts of all the people I could’ve been all the tears I shed,…