Medicine Wheel Spread

I found this spread in the booklet that came with Denise Linn's Native Spirit Oracle Cards. Which I adore! I'll write about this deck soon, I promise. Once I read about the spread I jumped at the chance to offer it to clients when they came in for readings. They loved it just as much... Continue Reading →

Oracle Card Colors – Orange

Orange is warm and happy, it helps people feel relaxed and talkative. It is a favorite color of those that love to adventure, not just because it is highly visible in case something goes wrong, but because when you wear it you can't help but feel energized and alive. Orange is the perfect blend of... Continue Reading →

Self Discovery Spread

For this spread you can use any card deck that feels right to you. Oracle or Tarot. If you are using a tarot deck then use just the Major Arcana cards. Don't let the questions for each card scare you, these are just prompts for you to use to help you as you explore. I... Continue Reading →

Oracle Card Symbols – Stars

Man has looked at the lights in the sky for centuries now and wondered what they were and what they meant. Many different meanings have been ascribed to them over the years. In Oracle Cards their meaning does change slightly depending on the question asked, the card they appear on, and how prominent they are... Continue Reading →

August Full Moon 2018

Moon in Pisces This full moon brings in a busy and eventful month for us all. Not only is there a lot of cleaning up going on astrologically after the three eclipses and the Mercury and Mars Retrogrades going direct again. But it is also The start of a new school year and the frantic... Continue Reading →

Oracle Card Colors – Red

Red has the lowest vibrational energy of all the colors in the rainbow, this means it is closely linked with the physical aspects of life. Because of this it is also linked with the Root Chakra and its alignment to the physical, instinctual side of human existence. Because it is such a bright, bold color... Continue Reading →

Shadow Work – First Steps

Kintsugi is the Japanese tradition of repairing broken ceramics and pottery with a lacquer made from precious metals such as gold, silver, or platinum. Instead of fixing something to hide the flaw, they honor the history of the object by making the flaw its most beautiful and valuable part. This is the essence of Shadow... Continue Reading →

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