Episode 18: About the tarot deck, with Blind Oracle

It is with great reverence and gratitude that I welcome my tarot reader to the podcast, a Blind Oracle. If you’re not familiar with the tarot, it’s a very special deck of cards used to offer reflections on our lived human experience. Often thought of as an occult practice, tarot is in fact a beautiful way to bring to light what’s in the shadow. In this episode we discuss how the tarot deck helps us access and speak our truth, and we pull two draws of cards: one for me personally and one for our collective. When I listened back to the edit of this episode two weeks after we recorded it I though “Ohhhh wow... Leave it to the magic tarot to tell us what we need to hear!!” This is one not to be missed.

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Show Notes:  

If you want to have a reading or learn about tarot from Blind Oracle, you can book here: https://www.blindoracle.com/booking

A visual of the tarot pull for Elissa:

A visual of the tarot pull for the collective:

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