This advanced Tarot spread is inspired by years of reading the 9 Square intuitively, observing patterns and listening to the whispers of the cards themselves. In the past few months, I have felt a need to add two cards to the square when doing love Tarot readings… and then one day the penny dropped: each of the card positions correspond to Major Arcana 1-11, with the Hierophant as the central card and Justice as the outcome. In other words – perfection in terms of looking at long term potential with the Hierophant and Justice being two of the main marriage cards.
Roughly then you get the following positional meanings: Continue reading
Upon turning 15, we should have been handed a Dating Manual and a ‘Guide to How Men Think.’ However, most of us have had to learn the hard way what doesn’t work when it comes to dating. Here’s your chance to learn from other women’s mistakes. Or, if you are a slow learner, a reminder of past mistakes that you are better off giving a miss if you truly wish to manifest a loving relationship. Continue reading
“If we commit ourselves to one person for life, this is not, as many people think, a rejection of freedom; rather, it demands the courage to move into all the risks of freedom, and the risk of love which is permanent; into that love which is not possession but participation.”
― Madeleine L’Engle Continue reading
Today I thought I’d share a reading based on a seven card commitment spread from the book Taking the Tarot to Heart: Fun and Creative Ways to Improve Your Love Life by Mark McElroy. “Taking the Tarot to Heart” will appeal to readers who prefer to use the Tarot as a brainstorming tool for interpersonal growth and decision-making rather than traditional fortune telling.