April 13, 2012
I enjoy both, but I'm experienced in reading for others, and expect to contribute in that way.
When I was 6 or 7 my mother and I were in her favorite bookshop in Yellow Springs, Ohio. I hated that store as a little kid, always complained about the music, the incense, the long time we spent in there (it's totally my kind of place as an adult!) But one day I saw a Marseille Tarot deck behind the counter - and I WANTED it, with every fiber of my being. I didn't get it, but I never forgot it, and finally got my first deck at 15.
Divination is a complicated thing. The biggest impact is that it opens your eyes to the immensity of the universe and mystery. Another impact is when I realized that getting the reading is just one step - the real challenge is in learning how to use the information we receive, how to recognize it in life, not just the cards.
I've been reading semi-professionally for several years, and I'm interested in making more like minded contacts. I sometimes feel a little rusty and out-of-the-loop, so I'm looking to put more energy and flow in this part of my life. I'm fortunate in that I made friends on the journey who really helped me transition from fumbling with book definitions to reading intuitively while incorporating traditional meaning. I enjoy helping other readers with that hurdle as well.
Hi, I've been reading tarot for almost 15 years, but Tarot became a smaller part of my life and I miss it. I've had great friends and teachers who helped me develop my gifts, and I'm interested in engaging with other gifted, interesting people.