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Let's Get Together




Last month, I launched an online tarot practice group, hosted by Artisan Tarot. The goal was to create a welcoming and judgment-free space where tarot readers and enthusiasts of all levels could discuss and practice their skills. The premise is simple: everyone can learn something new from one another.


Creating Connections Through Tarot


The sessions are designed to be casual and organic, but as the host, I introduce structured exercises to guide our discussions. For our inaugural meeting, I decided we would use tarot to introduce ourselves. I asked each participant to split their deck into three parts and consciously choose three cards:


1. A court card to illustrate a dominant aspect of their personality.

2. A Major Arcana card representing a life-changing experience.

3. A card from the Minor Arcana (40 pips) to highlight something they are currently experiencing or feeling.


To kick off the session, I shared my own three cards:

- King of Wands: This card represents my sometimes controlling nature, my creativity, my need to lead, and my flamboyant personality.

- Death: This card symbolises my life-changing decision to quit alcohol twelve years ago.

- 2 of Pentacles: This card eflects the two creative projects I'm juggling, both of which need attention and care.


Sharing and Learning


We then went around the virtual room, with each person sharing their selected cards and the personal stories behind them. This exercise was not only insightful but also provided new, layered interpretations of the tarot cards. Making the cards personal adds depth and meaning, enriching our understanding.


For the second part of the exercise, I asked everyone to shuffle their three piles and randomly select one card from each. This added an element of surprise, revealing new personality traits, life-shifts, and current preoccupations that might not have been immediately considered but were no less significant.


A Successful and Enjoyable Session


I had hoped the session would be successful, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much fun it was. Everyone was friendly, open, and willing to share their interpretations and experiences. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting everyone and am looking forward to our next meet-up.


Join Us!


If you’d like to join my tarot practice group, head over to Artisan Tarot to register as a member. For a modest monthly fee, you gain access to far more than just my sessions. Artisan Tarot offers sessions with other great teachers and readers, plus access to an extensive archive of previous lectures (valued at over $300), including a two-hour session by me.

You’ll also receive exclusive deals from Artisan Tarot, early access to new and limited releases, and support from the Artisan community.


Next Session


My next tarot practice session will be on Sunday, June 30th, at 6 PM (UK) and 10 AM (Pacific). I hope to see you there!

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