I have the honor of reviewing an astrological oracle deck, What’s in Your Stars: An Astrology Deck for Daily Guidance, created by astrologer Sandry Sitron and illustrated by Celia Jacobs.
This deck consists of 60 astrological oracle cards, and its purpose is to help you deepen your connection to astrology and sharpen your intuition. You can draw a card for daily guidance or get a personalized reading based on your birth chart.
Once in a great while, some fussy clients are unhappy with your tarot reading and will not accept what you tell them. Yes, you want to please your client, and after all, they paid you for a reading because they believed that you would be the one who could provide them with something they want, whether hope or insight. That is troubling, but you know, as a reader, you do your best.
You can refuse to give a tarot reading to anyone who asks whom you get a bad vibe from because if you are not comfortable with giving a reading to someone who gives off lousy energy, how will that be helpful? How will it help you, and how will you be able to help the individual who you read?
Sometimes additional cards are needed for the tarot reader to deliver a more potent, accurate, and meaningful message to the querent. And it is time to delve into that further. That is why I will talk about the significator, jumper, shadow, and clarifier tarot cards.
The ability to read tarot cards comes from knowing how the cards work and practicing reading them. There’s no connection between the cards and enlightenment. Tarot cards do not have any power, as the person in control is the person asking the questions. Therefore, it is the querent who has the power.
I am honored to do a review on a new book written by renowned intuitive psychic medium Char Margolis, You Are Psychic: 7 Steps to Discover Your Own Psychic Abilities. Before getting too much into the book, let's talk about Char Margolis. Many people know who she is,...