A Jungian approach to Tarot

If you want to grow, do it now. There's no good time; there's no better time.


Diva Carla

Owner, Cosmic Crone

Sarah brings the depth of her experience in esoteric studies, her native intuition, and her originality and creativity, which allows her to be a living conduit of the ancient Tarot art. She is dedicated to empowering her clients to receive and know what the Tarot means for themselves.


New Mexico

Thank you Sarah, it was so beautiful listening to you. You are fluent in Tarot! I'm hooked!



You have a way to translate in the most effective, sometimes entertaining, but always meaningful voice that I have ever experienced. … You have helped me with your readings in ways that I’m just beginning to understand.


Thank you for my tarot reading. It is truly affirmation of my vision for the future, and then some.



The first thing I thought when I think of your interpretations is RELATIONSHIP. I don't think anyone else ( that I know of ) is so gifted at seeing patterns and the strings and energies which talk among cards in a reading. For you the cards are not static but kinetic.



To any readers studying tarot — study Sarah. She does the thing with tarot that you can’t read in books and that’s challenging to teach — she demonstrates it. Follow her logic. Notice her emphasis on the images themselves, not “what the card means.”



I loved my reading with you last week! The back-and-forth process around my question and your interpretations of the cards that were drawn was truly amazing. I was left with a strong affirmation of my intuitions. I'm so grateful.


I loved how you taught us to not be daunted by the conventional interpretation of cards, but to look at them in the context of the story being told. Most of all the course helped me listen to my intuition.

As a teacher, Sarah, you have amazing knowledge on the subject and were able to shepherd the group which had individuals with varying degrees of ability. You provided so much information and directed us to valuable resources to aid our learning.


New Moon Tarot Reading – October 16, 2020

Welcome to the New Moon Tarot Reading for October 16, 2020. Here are this month’s cards. I encourage you to click on each one as I turn it over in the audio to get the full effect! Cards The Foundation The Current Weather The Tool/Agency Card All three cards My Tarot Deck The Röhrig Tarot,…
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Video: What is Jungian/Analytical Psychology?

A new video – the first of two parts – where I talk about my thoughts on Jungian/Analytical Psychology, and (coming up in the second video) how I bring and apply it to my work. Click the video below to view.
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Tarot: Dreaming While You're Awake

Tarot: Dreaming While You’re Awake

As with dreams, tarot prefers to communicate using symbol and metaphor. Often, it is a language that on the surface appears nonsensical, but which we find we can understand once we become willing and able translators. Elements that would make strange dance partners in our everyday life move together with harmony and fluidity; and we take it all in. There is a part of us that is adept at moving in the same rhythm, and it is this part that takes over when we work with tarot.
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A Message To Readers New & Experienced

To those of you who think there is some kind of hidden secret to tarot - or a formula - that you haven't yet worked out; that there is a way of learning tarot that will turn you into a professional sooner than the way you're doing it now, this is for you ...
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Entering The Court: The Pages In Tarot

Having gone through the “pip” tarot cards, from Ace through Ten, we now enter another domain: that of the court cards. Although part of the tarot deck’s minor arcana, the court cards have a quality all their own. They are essentially a separate, complementary unit to the preceding ten cards, representing the encounters we have with others, or ourselves, and of character traits that are asking for our attention.
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Tarot – 3 Reasons Why The Future Isn’t The Place To Be Looking

What we tend to forget in our rush to get out of 'now' is that we can't jump over it or run around it: we take it with us - and we discover this when we find ourselves repeating the past. So by all means ask Tarot about the future, but if you're looking for something else, here are three other places where you can look instead, and which may just shift something that has continued to defy or elude you.
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The New Moon Reading - October 16, 2020

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