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My Personal Journey with Anxiety and How it's led to Homebound Tarot

I’ve always found Tarot to be a personal experience. Maybe because I’m such a private person when it comes to emotions and sharing the deep stuff. I’ve also always written down and reflected on my readings, but a couple of years ago, I began using tarot cards to prompt my daily journaling. What I found in those pages, the realizations I was finding in myself, and how I felt walking away from many of the journaling sessions was comparable to leaving a therapy session. Somewhere before then, I was given a homework assignment from my counselor. “What does your anxiety look like? I want you to create your anxiety in art.” That exercise started everything, though I didn't know it at the time. And...

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Simple Three-Card Spreads for Solo Tarot Readings

The type of reading I’ll do most often is a 3-card reading. They’re full of insight but not long. They’re concise, and create a great conversation between the cards. Here are eight completely unique ways to experiment with three-card readings: MIND / BODY / SPIRIT: take things inside yourself. How do the cards represent your intellectual, physical, and spiritual feelings on the subject? PAST / PRESENT / FUTURE: The classic, and one we all start out using, sometimes if it 'aint broke, don't fix it. THE SITUATION / THE OBSTACLE / THE LESSON: Perfect for a reading when you're looking for an answer to a specific dilemma. It will show you what the problem actually is, because it's probably not...

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Self-Care for you Phone

Ok, so you're probably wondering what is "Phone Self-Care"? Well, I think I might have made it up so there's no wonder you're confused.  What it essentially gets down to though is we spend soooo much time during the week on our phone, it's an extension of ourselves at this point. It controls nearly all our communication, how we view the news, how we wind down but also how we organize ourselves, how we schedule ourselves. Our phones wake us up in the morning for goodness sake. No wonder we have such a love/hate relationship with these things. Something that is such an integral part of ourselves, whether we like it or not, needs to be taken care of.During the worst stages of anxiety in...

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