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A Musical Magickal Tarot Spell

I do a lot of tarot magick on my own. Mostly, it’s pretty casual. Recently, at TarotCon (Florida) 2015, I helped create group magick using tarot, music and dance.

We were looking for a fun activity to immediately follow dinner. My colleague, Jenna Matlin, had recently attended a trance dance, where they danced the nine planets. How much fun would it be to dance the tarot?

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Tarot Myths: DEBUNKED

Some years ago I wrote a post about my top Tarot myths. I've been doing a lot more on YouTube recently including using that old post as a video topic. I wanted to share that here.


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Mitigate and Maximize

Use Tarot to Accentuate the Positive and Eliminate the Negative!

Here is a quick tarot magick exercise you can do on your own, or in a group. I call it an exercise rather than a spell because its benefits are more than magickal.

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A Group Tarot Healing Ceremony

I want to share an experience that I had with my tarot group recently.

We meet once a month to play with the cards, learn from each other and share readings.  Last month, one of our members arrived with her usual supply of books, notebooks, tarot cards and snacks to share, and something else.

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Tarot Ritual: New Moon in Cancer for the breaking of bad habits

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"A New Moon teaches gradualness and deliberation and how one gives birth to oneself slowly. Patience with small details makes perfect a large work, like the universe."—Rumi

Habits. We all want them, need them, especially good habits. Some people just seem to wake up and say, "I'm going to completely change my life today and turn it all around." I don't know any such people, but I have faith they are out there, somewhere. Like leprechauns or the Easter Bunny. They're real because I believe them to be real.

There's a few habits I was trying to correct all at once:

☛ punctuality

☛ poor sleep

☛ consistency in writing

☛ physical activity

☛ procrastination

I saved the best (or shall I say the worst?) for last on the list, because it's a biggie. The Goliath to my David. And I realized it's a biggie because it is a "pivot point" habit: reframe this one, and all the other bad habit dominoes such as tardiness or inconsistency get knocked down.

No matter how much I would like to be one of those mythical people I spoke of above, I need to reformulate my habits one habit at a time. Multitasking is a myth... so too have I found this to be the case when reframing multiple bad habits into good ones. No seriously, one thing at a time. I need to be reminded of this… a lot.

If you are looking to knock a habit and need an astrological boost to help you along, the New Moon is one of the best times to set the intention to begin again. Even better is if you sync up which sign the New Moon is in to further help your intentions along.

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Two Cards to Speed up Your Spells

Sometimes when we are working magick, we want, or need, our results in a hurry. We want the magick of the wind at our backs. Sometimes we need to manifest an extra-fast mail-delivery, or a quick commute through traffic.


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Tarot Magick for Everyone

Tarot magick can be as simple as finding an appropriate card and leaving in on your altar.  You can also sleep with the card under your pillow, or hold the card to your chakras and breathe in its energy.

Tarot magick works with the idea that each tarot card holds a specific energy. Choose the card that holds the energy that you want in your life, and consciously bring the energy of that card into your life. Tarot is a simple, effective tool for this kind of magickal work.

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