Post Father’s Day ’17

This isn’t a post about Tarot. It’s a sort of catch up I suppose. I wrote the piece below, which is bracketed and in italics, in late January 2016 shortly after visiting Dad in the nursing home. He died alone there a few days after that visit

Today’s Tarot

” What do I need to know for today ? “ It’s Tuesday, March 29th and I am sitting here trying to put a post together, struggling against lethargy, tiredness, procrastination and a general feeling of being washed out. I want to be doing this. I don’t want to be doing this.

Today’s Tarot (i)

It was yesterday when I pulled these cards, not today, but I didn’t have time afterwards to reflect on and write about them. Also I was somewhat lost with them. Kings always throw me, as do the other court cards. So I took out my books and read up on them. Also,Viv, who is a…

Today’s Tarot

Today’s three cards are interesting. (They always are !) The question as usual was : ” What do I need to know for today ? “ Uppermost in my mind at the moment is my break from alcohol and the cards I drew certainly addressed that decision of mine. They were as follows :

Today’s Tarot Reading

It’s many months since I’ve posted a tarot reading. ( It’s many months since I’ve posted anything !) In fact I’ve only recently returned to pulling cards for myself on a daily basis – another facet of my life that needs to be resurrected in order to bring back some form of balance, control and…

Today’s Tarot

Some days I find it hard to write anything. Some days life gets in the way. Some days I just couldn’t be bothered. So I realised this morning that writing about the Tarot cards I pull gives me an opening into writing something. If you like – a platform. An impetus. A starting point. A…

Today’s Tarot

Over the last number of weeks I have tried to get into the habit of pulling three cards for myself on a daily basis with the intention of learning the Tarot. I also intended sharing the cards and my interpretation of them. However this is my first posting on the subject. Perhaps a little introduction…