“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.” ~ Joseph Campbell. The entrance to the Hell Fire Caves in West Wycombe, Bucks. Consider this a quasi-Part-II to the “No Guru, No Method, No Teacher” post I did earlier this month about forging one’s own path. Up until a year ago, I…Read More
For a very long time, I considered myself a bit of a charlatan.
I’ve been a jack of all trades; and a master of none. I have talked about, and worked with, tarot, but I have never managed to fully tread the path of the adept in anything tarot-related.
One of the greatest gifts that a Jungian approach to tarot – and to my own life – has given me has been indescribably precious: The understanding that the crisis and breakdown that I was plunged into aged 34 was not only normal, but a rite of passage.Read More
I can remember a moment when my style of tarot reading changed significantly. Actually, it was more than that: it was the moment when I started to relate differently to what I once thought was separate from me.Read More
When close to 90% of the Tarot readings I do are about love- and intimacy-based relationships and the burning desire for them, then it’s worth watching Esther Perel dispensing the kind of wisdom that’s both practical and compassionate.Read More
If you’re looking for a way to identify your intuitive ‘voice’ from the many other voices inside you vying for your attention and your action, how about this: Your intuition does not use a whip.Read More