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An alternative approach to tarot

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[...] you’d love to share about tarot? Or herbalism, or magic, or astrology, or wellbeing…? Little Red Tarot is a lively, active and engaged community of tarot lovers and learners who are interested in [...]

I want doesn’t get. Oh wait – yes it does.

[...] Re. Those survey results: You came up with a whole load of awesome suggestions for Little Red Tarot and I had a lot of fun reading them all. Here are some of the main things people asked for [...]

Identity politics in tarot: the tarot practitioner be mindful

[...] A guest post shared by Benebell Wen. Guest posts on Little Red Tarot are submitted by readers. The aim is to offer a wide range of voices, views on, feelings [...]

Meet Tabby – our amazing, gorgeous, brilliant astrologer!

[...] Wellington, New Zealand. She’s going to be 100% in charge of the new astrology series on Little Red Tarot, sharing lessons, tips, ideas and how-tos to get you started. I’m hoping that these posts [...]

DIY or die: make your own tarot deck!

[...] So you want to make a tarot deck. Because – we all do, right? And you’ve got an idea and a theme and you know it would be [...]

Tarot deck review: The Gorgon’s Tarot

[...] Confession: I don’t really know how to review a tarot deck. That’s why I pretty much always end up doing an interview spread with a new deck, rather than [...]

Creation of a tarot deck: The Fountain Tarot

[...] We were playing with a Tarot deck and Jonathan literally said, "I wish I could paint tons of miniature paintings and have [...]

An interactive tarot installation (and deck): Wheel of Fortune

[...] a practical tarot deck, as a tool of self-reflection, and as a work of art in its own right.) A new website will be [...]

What ‘sacred’ means to me

[...] Confession: I cut up tarot cards To make art! I have a couple of ‘spare’ tarot decks which I keep so I can a) give querents a [...]

Q&A: How to protect your boundaries when reading tarot for your friends

[...] my boundaries. It’s not a hard and fast rule – from time to time, pulling out the tarot cards is just the right thing to do, and tarot has been at the heart of some of the most [...]

Over 40 exercises for tarot blog inspiration

[...] course was designed not only for beginners, but for anyone who wants to get creative with their tarot cards. There are shedloads of journalling prompts and step-by-step exercises covering all kinds of [...]

Ta-road trip #1: Dreaming up a tarot road trip

[...] ) why the hell not. I’m long overdue a holiday anyway. Time to pack up a rucksack, grab my tarot cards and head west. It’s soon! I arrive in Portland on the 5th March, just in time for the [...]

Interviewing the Collective Tarot

[...] We finally meet. After years of ogling others’ Collective Tarot decks, I’m so happy I now have my own. I’m gonna sit here, on this gorgeously bright [...]

Challenging structure – The Collective Tarot

[...] , within the read-for, and within the wider community. The post Challenging structure – The Collective Tarot appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth [...]

Earth, self-care and a studio

[...] if you’re running a business, you also need plenty of earth. Nine of Bones, from The Collective Tarot – a card which, for me, is about self-sufficiency and investing in your environment. [...]

A polyamoury tarot spread

[...] rocky, or something you can celebrate together if things are good. Ten of Bottles from The Collective Tarot I have other ‘relationship’ tarot spreads for when you want to get together with *all of [...]

Ace, Two, Three of Wands: idea…focus…go!

[...] suddenly have this thing that you can’t wait to do. When you get the Ace of Wands in a tarot reading, it’s time to get creative and to act. This is one of the most exciting cards in the [...]

Five business lessons I learned last year

[...] my gut about this stuff more this year. I’ve also tried repeatedly to organise more tarot reading at events and parties. I build a nice page and plan a few marketing emails to local [...]

Using oracle decks in tarot readings

[...] I’d never use an oracle deck alone when working with a client. I’m a tarot reader, and a tarot reading in the sort-of-traditional sense is what you get. But lately, I’ve started turning to my [...]

Q&A: How to take your first steps into professional tarot

[...] – it takes a lot of time to build confidence in reading for other people – tarot reading skills are one thing, reading face to face or online for others requires another [...]

Tea and tarot with Dolores Fitchie, creator of The Gorgon’s Tarot

Where do I even begin describing an afternoon with Dolores Fitchie? An impulsive train-hop from Manchester to London, I arrived wondering what on ear [...]

Seven beautiful new tarot decks for your delectation

So many decks. So little time. But don’t let that stop you! You know how you resolved to stop buying new tarot decks in 2015? Well, here’s a who [...]

Tarot deck review: The Gorgon’s Tarot

Confession: I don’t really know how to review a tarot deck. That’s why I pretty much always end up doing an interview spread with a new deck, rat [...]

I want doesn’t get. Oh wait – yes it does.

Re. Those survey results: You came up with a whole load of awesome suggestions for Little Red Tarot and I had a lot of fun reading them all. Here ar [...]

My resolutions, your resolutions (and a free tarot reading for you!)

[...] what mine actually are. ***Share yours in the comments below and I’ll draw you a tarot card to help you achieve it!*** There’s a difference between resolutions and goals. [...]

Proactivity vs reactivity – a new year’s resolution

[...] is about how you begin every day. One morning last week, I got up, drank some water, pulled a tarot card, and took Billie out for a walk. Then I got home, made coffee, and sat down at my computer. [...]

Back to our roots – reinterpreting The Hierophant

[...] established social moral order. Hmm. What can we deduce from this? Two things: 1. Don’t look up tarot card meanings on Wikipedia. Because there is no one way to define a tarot card and when people [...]

Sunday tarot song: Page of Wands

[...] There’s a song for every tarot card. A couple of years ago, I contributed a bunch of songs to my friend Melissa Cynova’s tarot [...]

Finding lessons among the swords

[...] , let someone else take the wheel for a bit while you process your thoughts. From the Shadowscapes Tarot, by Stephanie Piu-Mun Law And even when they are just definitely gloomy, Swords can [...]

The agony and ecstasy of choosing a new tarot deck

[...] be tremendously helpful. It only took a few readings before I was almost convinced that the Shadowscapes Tarot was the right deck for this moment in my life. Relieved to finally have some idea of the [...]

Magic stars: In praise of Pentacles

[...] do, my friends. Let me tell you about the magic of pentacles. Seven of Pentacles, from the Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Piu-Mun law Pentacles correspond to the element of earth. We often think of [...]

Truth or fantasy? Two sides of The Moon

[...] some amazing work of art from your visions, or be paralysed my mistrust? The Moon, from the Shadowscapes Tarot by Stepahine Piu-Mun Law I love this Shadowscapes version of The Moon, above, with its [...]

Design tips for tarot bloggers

[...] Do you write a tarot blog (or actually, any kind of blog)? Want to make it prettier? One thing about which I get *a lot* [...]

Let me introduce myself

[...] writing something, whether that’s angsty prose, poetry, essays, zines or articles – so this tarot blog, started in 2010, is an awesome way for me to just write and write, about something I really [...]

Over 40 exercises for tarot blog inspiration

[...] Do you write a tarot blog or journal? If so, the Alternative Tarot Course is just made for you. It’s an eight-week course [...]

Q&A: How to take your first steps into professional tarot

[...] myself to tarot full time, and that is SO exciting for me. Here’s how I did it: 1. I started a tarot blog. I didn’t ever imagine anyone would read the damn thing! 2. People did read it. And very [...]

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Write for Little Red Tarot

[...] you’d love to share about tarot? Or herbalism, or magic, or astrology, or wellbeing…? Little Red Tarot is a lively, active and engaged community of tarot lovers and learners who are interested in [...]

I want doesn’t get. Oh wait – yes it does.

[...] Re. Those survey results: You came up with a whole load of awesome suggestions for Little Red Tarot and I had a lot of fun reading them all. Here are some of the main things people asked for [...]

Identity politics in tarot: the tarot practitioner be mindful

[...] A guest post shared by Benebell Wen. Guest posts on Little Red Tarot are submitted by readers. The aim is to offer a wide range of voices, views on, feelings [...]

Meet Tabby – our amazing, gorgeous, brilliant astrologer!

[...] Wellington, New Zealand. She’s going to be 100% in charge of the new astrology series on Little Red Tarot, sharing lessons, tips, ideas and how-tos to get you started. I’m hoping that these posts [...]

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