Tarot Fairy Tale Challenge: Day 3

The Gypsy blew gently on her basil tea and set the cup down in front of her, carefully regarding her friend the Fairy God-Mother over the rims of her glasses. The FGM had adopted her 'crone' physique for occasions such as this, where tea and gossip were involved but had the power to appear in... Continue Reading →


Dear Christmas….I don’t do “happy”…

I went to Chapter's Indigo yesterday to browse around a bit while my daughter had some coffee time with a friend. The mall was packed with parents taking their little ones to see Santa and the Grinch and I couldn't help but wonder that things hadn't changed much since I was a young parent. I... Continue Reading →

Tarot Fairytale Challenge: Day 2

....Where Cinderella returns to question the Gypsy about why her step-mother is evil.....after all, to win a battle of any kind, one must know your enemy! Cindy: I took your advice, old woman, and returned home to reclaim my power and confront my evil step-mother. Instead I came home to find my step mother crying... Continue Reading →

Tarot Fairytale Challenge: Day 1

December's Tarot Challenge on Tarot Rebels Facebook group starts off with an unusual prompt: "What if Cinderella went to the ball in her regular clothes?". For this challenge I chose the Tarots of the Golden Dawn (1995 Lo Scarabeo) deck and laid three cards out as in a past, present, future type of spread as... Continue Reading →

It’s been a 9’s sort of week…

November has never been, historically, a great month for me being an introverted person. My birth numerology is 9 and I am, according to my birth numbers, a Hermit. Being a Hermit in November when the sun is decidedly absent behind a blanket of cloud, probably makes me depressed. Not to the point of a... Continue Reading →

The Moon in Tarot

I recently did a reading for a friend where the moon showed up in five cards from The Witches Tarot by Ellen Dugan.  It was a result I felt was even more significant than the cards portraying the moon themselves and it brought me to look a little bit into the significance of the moon […]

Some thoughts as I delve into Shadow-work

“There can be no greater work, no more daunting of a challenge than to dive headlong into the murky depths of the subconscious...with hopes of retrieving some glimmering small treasure that restores a piece of our lost selves to it’s rightful place.” - Author Unknown This is the essence of ‘Shadow Work’, the capture and... Continue Reading →

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