Making choices are a very important part of life. And sometimes making choices, especially making tough choices can be very daunting for many of us. (more…)
Doing a Tarot reading with two or more Tarot decks was one of the most fascinating experiences I have had in my entire career as a professional Tarot card reader. Not only was it more illuminating, but it was also challenging and interesting for the client.
The book Past Life and Karmic Tarot by Edain McCoy is part of the ‘Special Topics in Tarot’ series of books published by Llewellyn. Many among us who believe in the concept of reincarnation and past life, want to explore the different past lives that we have led, and understand the various Karmic lessons that we are meant to learn in this lifetime. Using the Tarot cards to do readings to gain this kind of insight is a great idea.
The Devil card is yet another card that tends to scare people whenever they see it pop up in a Tarot card. Some people might find the image on the card scary, while some may feel its implications to be very frightening. However, the Devil card is neither evil nor frightening.
So what does the Devil card really stand for? Lets have a look.
The Death card is one of those cards that tend to scare people whenever they see it in a Tarot card reading. Naturally, most everyone is scared of death – either for themselves or for their loved ones. And every single time this card pops up in a reading, I end up telling my clients that this card doesn’t really talk about actual physical dying.
So what does the imagery of the Death card really talk about? Lets find out.