The Head Says & Heart Says Card Spread is a quick and easy 5-card layout allowing one to look into their thoughts and feelings. It can help with sorting out matters where logic and emotional attachments make decision-making difficult. It can also be used for investigating if might be having a difficult time expressing themselves.
The Driving Forward Tarot and Oracle Card Spread is very straightforward (no pun intended). It is based on the concept of being the driver of a vehicle. The magick of the spread is because of its versatility. This card spread’s interpretations can also become more dynamic based on what type of card deck is used.
Babalon is described as a natural force who embodies both lust and the liberation of Spirit. In sacred geometry, she is the Feminine Principal. Her equivalent is the Flower of Life. She is also an eternally fertile force equated to Mother Earth and Gaia. Equivalent deities in other cultures, include Isis and Ma’at, and Ishtar.
The Unfolding Lotus Spread is a straightforward, yet powerful card spread used to navigate existing timelines. This is a magickal layout used to share what energies will be revealed along the path of an existing timeline and get a clear look at where progress may or may not be ready to unfold with ease.
The Boost Your Benefits Tarot Spread is a wonderful layout for Tarot Professionals to use in several situations. It is optimal to use for performing cold readings, and for getting assistance with tough clients and difficult readings. The Tarot Spread works well for deck interviews and as a personal development spread for casual readers.
Lessons of wisdom, purpose and benefits of meditation inspired by NASA’s Curiosity Rover on Mars. Our Greater Purpose becomes more clear through practicing meditation. When you see Mars do you know that an extension of the best of ourselves lives with purpose to be in service, and is communicating about exploring and learning new things?
The Tarot card meaning for The Devil and the Strength cards had a much different meaning in the past. The root of the Devil’s divinatory meaning in the Tarot was aligned more closely with Greek philosophy and mythology, and perhaps even included a bit of influence from the gods of ancient Egyptian culture.