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Leeza Robertson The Path of the Tarot Priestess

The Path of the Tarot Priestess By Leeza Robertson (6 mins)

Over the years, people have mistakenly thought I was a witch. You see, there are similarities to the practices of the witch and my personal work. But I have always known I am not a witch. Yet untangling practice, craft, and beliefs is not easy when the lineages of two very separate systems have been merged over time. Which is why I felt it so important to write Tarot Priestess and lay out the path of the Priestess. You see, a priestess can be mistaken for a witch and a witch can be mistaken for a priestess. To the uninitiated, they can appear very similar. But they are not the same and their paths, though at times parallel, are very different. I have always been and will always be a ...

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This Fool's Journey by Melissa Cynova (6 mins)

In the Major Arcana of the Tarot, the Fool goes on a journey. This is similar to the Hero's Journey in mythology, and some view the ups and downs of the Major Arcana as the pathway the Fool takes to wisdom. Most people take the "Fool's Journey" several times during their life. If we hold the journey up as a template against our own life, it can help us figure out what to do next. Where to look for strength, or when we need to sit down and take a breath. While the Minor Arcana cards are adjustments (think of them as street and stop signs on the road of life) the Major Arcana come across as streetlights (sometimes as gigantic, flashing "Danger" signs). The Minor Arcana tell you where you ...

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Melissa Cynova This Fool's Journey
Bring Your Tarot Readings to LIfe by Barbara Moore

Bring Your Tarot Readings to Life by Barbara Moore (5 mins)

"Thirty spokes share the wheel's hub;? It is the center hole that makes it useful. ?Shape clay into a pot; ?It is the space within that makes it useful. ?Build walls for a room; ?It is the space within that makes it useful." —Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching In Hebrew theology there is the idea of tzim tzum, the act of God withdrawing in order to make space for creation to happen. Another interesting aspect of this idea is that God left creation unfinished and that humans are invited to participate in the continuing co-creation of the world. The famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma says that music exists in the space between the notes. I think that the wisdom of a tarot reading is found in the space ...

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