Monthly Tarot Offerings

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Monthly Tarot Offerings

Each month, I reserve a limited number of spots on my calendar to do some card readings–just because I find them so much fun to do.

Tarot cards use symbols or archetypes to stimulate the unconscious mind.

I use a Jungian approach to card reading, so that means my focus is on personal growth and the here and now, not on fortune telling and the future. It’s about synchronicity in the moment. I have a variety of cards I use, including ones with beautiful artwork and even Disney characters. The client can choose what resonates.

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What happens in a Tarot Session?

In a Jungian Tarot Session, the client is active in the process. I may ask a client, for example, to tell me what they see in a card and then combine that with the traditional reading.

Tarot is a tool to create your personal story, for growth and development of the self.

There are short and full reading options. Full readings include a more customized spread just for your question, and all readings include 2-3 customized reflection questions or journal prompts. It’s a great way to get some creative insight on a problem when you’re stuck, and a fun way to spark your creativity.

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