Tarot & Psychic Insight – Common Reasons for Inaccurate Tarot Readings

Most people know that tarot cards are about as evil as coloring books. Instead of being tools of some satanic force, they’re simply pieces of cardboard with pictures that help to trigger intuition. The more intuitive a reader is, and the more they know the cards and have established a dependable system to use them, the more accurate their readings are. Of course, the question for the tarot reader is important too. General, unfocussed, or trivial questions tend to get poor results. Specific questions tend to get specific answers. Questions such as “Will I be rich?” or “When will I meet my soul mate?” are very common, but not well stated; rich means different things to different people and we …

Tarot Is Totally Normal

I’ve been reading tarot cards for almost 30 years. And while I’ve never had anyone NOT want their cards read, I have had to do a lot of explaining about what tarot cards are and what they do. People often seem nervous— or even scared —for some reason, so I want to explain why this response is not warranted in this article. Tarot cards are really just as normal as dream interpretation. I like to start the explanation by sharing that Dr. Carl Jung (founder of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, shadow work, archetypes, the collective unconscious), reported opening his client therapy sessions with a tarot card reading. That makes perfect sense to me. While he was a medically trained professional, …

Numerology Made Simple

The practice of numerology has its roots in a few places; Chaldean numerology was developed by the Hebrews in Egypt and Babylon and there are indications that numerology was used thousands of years ago in China, Rome, Japan and Greece. Fast forward to early 1900 when Mrs. L. Dow Balliett, a revered student of the Bible, Pythagoras, Plato and other notable philosophers, introduced her own system of numbers. Largely credited with bringing the study of numerology to the Western world, Mrs. Balliett focused her efforts on allowing people to see themselves as divine beings. Her efforts, coupled with those of Dr. Julia Seton, who is actually credited with coining the term “numerology”, brought this system into the cultural mainstream. What …