Jeannette and I are visiting Jessica in Huntsville, ON. Such a gorgeous part of our province — lakes, trees, and great bits of rock abound. Breakfast and dinner on the back deck. Time with local visual artist Beverley Hawksley (her Madonnas made of clingfilm and sticky tape are fabulous!) and Bondi Village Resort co-owner Nancy Tapley (amazing sense of humour — who else would arrange an annual clam race?!) were inspiring. The lake was soothing. And I offered a tarot consultation to another wonderful local artist. One of the best things we did was to get to know the energy of two contrasting tarot cards in her reading through movement. By trying on the walk that the 8 of Swords figure would do and the walk that the Fool would do, the readee really came to recognise the choice she has about different ways of moving in her life and work.
Something else I’m doing is making time to read Paul Quinn’s book, Tarot for Life: Reading the Cards for Everyday Guidance and Growth. Keep your eyes peeled on this site for an interview with Paul. I’m impressed by the book so far, even though we think of reversals in different ways.
What creative or playful elements have YOU brought into your tarot sessions recently? What new tarot resources are you dipping into to keep yourself fresh and interested? Our ears are open and waiting for your juicy tarot session stories and for great new resources!