Well, it all started with my Tarot Journey. Hi, I’m Arielle and I’m a Tarot Card Junkie.
I’ve always found Tarot to be such a personal experience, a form of self-care. Maybe because I use tarot cards as a tool in journaling, or because I’m such a private person when it comes to emotions and sharing the deep stuff. Can I share something with you? I’ve never had my tarot cards read by a professional reader (I’ve seen a psychic, but that’s a story for another time). It’s something I do solo, and occasionally with a few very close friends.
About 3 years ago I began having incredibly on-point tarot readings. What I found in them and how I felt walking away from them was comparable with leaving a therapy session. I don’t believe it was magic, or ancestors speaking to me through the cards. I believe it was intuition, the results of deep personal work, personal growth, and acceptance found through consistent work with the cards and self-care.
Since finding tarot, it has always been a form of self-care for me; a form of anxiety maintenance, a way to look at situations that are causing me discomfort with fresh eyes. I want to share this with you. Homebound Tarot has been designed to be a calming moment in your day. And I’ve carefully crafted the Guidebook to be a helpful tool in deciphering the cards from a position of self-care and anxiety management. Every card is paired with either a mantra or journal prompt to accompany you, bringing you the support or push you need.
I also really want to say anyone can work with tarot cards regardless of what their initial knowledge or experience is with tarot. If you’re hesitant to begin using tarot cards, starting with a personal practice is a perfect way to become acquainted with tarot, and with yourself.