Hello, I'm Sarah. When I'm not slinging cards, I'm training to become a Reiki and Seichem Practitioner after a number of years as a craft blogger and freelance knitting designer. My interest in Tarot began in early 2017 with Wisdom of the Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid and The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans.

I immediately saw the potential of the cards as a personal development tool and started drawing a card (or cards) as part of my daily journaling. This helped me to look at things in a different way, often resulting in insight I didn't already have. The more I used the cards the more I was able to tap into my inherent knowledge and wisdom, and this opened my mind up to new ways of thinking as well as giving me a great deal of support in my own life. I theorised that any of the cards could apply to anyone at any time, but found that the introspection and subjective interpretation they triggered always seemed to be (uncannily) timely and illuminating.

For this reason my focus when reading for others, or when writing new Tarot spreads, is based around personal development rather than 'fortune-telling'. I truly love helping people to experience breakthroughs in their own understanding of all areas of their life.

Card from Wisdom of the Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid, illustrated by Jena DellaGrottaglia
I don't believe Tarot or oracle cards are magical or that any 'special powers' are needed to read them. Like drawing, it's something anyone can do but some people are naturally better than others. To use Tarot you need access to cards, a willingness to study, and to listen to your intuition - this is the thing that helps link your conscious thinking with your unconscious mind - it's the niggle that tells you whether or not you're on the right track. The cards have a way of shining a light onto the parts of us that we might not usually think to look for, similar to hypnotherapy.

On this blog you'll find a mixture of content including new spreads I've written myself, resources I've found helpful, honest product reviews, plus anything else that wants to be written when my fingers are hovering over the keyboard.

If you'd like to get in touch you can leave a comment, contact me by emailInstagram or Facebook.

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