Thursday, October 15, 2015

On Reading And Remembering

This week's "Food For Thought Video", How we work with the feelings energies and stories that go with memories can be helpful in picking up on those patterns with others in intuitive work

Thursday, October 8, 2015

"Food For Thought", Oct.8/15: Don't Lead the Reader!

Discussing my approach to intuitive work, paying attention to people, but not being led solely by surface cues and clues. Some reasons behind cutting the cards with the left hand. 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Tarot Card Of The Week, September 30/15: The Ten Of Cups

Our series draws to a close with this beautiful symbol of completion and abundance. Being open to our natural state of joy and wonder; The Ten Of Cups.
I will be continuing to post videos in a new weekly series "Food For Thought", with various thoughts on reading from the "Carnie" traditions I learned from well known readers through the New Age and esotericly minded resources I have also encountered, along with different things I find inspiring and constructive. Stay tuned!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

New Video Series: "Food For Thought", Sept.23/15: The importance Of Critical Thinking

As we near the completion of the weekly Tarot videos, I thought I would start something new. Over the next few weeks I will be sharing some random thoughts on areas related to my intuitive work as well as things of interest and inspiration. The remaining Tarot Videos are still to come and I will be adding some additional videos to that list on layouts, card combinations as well as further articles.

This week, we open with a necessary reminder of the importance of critical thinking, both for readers as well as those seeking insight.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Tarot Card Of The Week, Sept.17/15: The Eight Of Pentacles

This week's Tarot Card, The Eight Of Pentacles, reminds me of the line in the Desiderata; "Keep interested in your own career, however humble, it is a real posession in the changing fortunes of time".