October is the perfect time to get a Tarot reading! Join me in the cozy Moth & Candle studio for tea, cookies, and all of the Tarot insight we can pack into 45 minutes!
Saturday, October 26th: 6 sessions available, Reservations through Eventbrite
- Individual Tarot Session: $60, 45-minute private Tarot reading
- Tarot for Two Session: $90, 45-minute Tarot reading for you and a friend.
- *Moth & Candle subscribers… check this month’s newsletter for a special Discount Code!!!
What is Tarot? Where did it come from, how does it work, and what can it do for you? This class aims to supply you with enough foundational history and information for you to begin working with the cards in a way which is meaningful to you. Where you are. At this moment. Bring your own deck or Laura will have decks you can borrow during class. You will receive a copy of “The Armchair Tarot Reader” booklet to take home for further study.
The archetype of the old wise woman in a cabin at the outskirts of town… so many assume that she has been pushed there, held at arm’s length. But I always assumed she was there because she chose to be. She cares about and wants to be available to the town, but she doesn’t need to put up with their baggage on a daily basis either. I know I’d be in that cabin by choice! Not a total hermit, but not immersed either. Find temperance in your service, be available to help without losing yourself to the process either. ((Photo taken at Oracle, Kansas City.))
New clients tend to panic when they see “The Devil” card show up in their reading. But really it’s just referring to patterns and habits we’ve developed that are no longer serving us: everything from that daily Frappuccino all the way to toxic relationships. This past weekend a very calm and poised woman sat at my table. When we got to “The Devil” in her reading she stopped me, looked me in the eye and said, “I know this well. I quit heroin after a decade of abuse 11 months ago.” I looked at her, “Whoa. That is not small. Good for you!!!” We high-fived, celebrated her strength and accomplishment, and talked about learning to have tea with our personal demons. I love my job. It’s odd, I agree. But not many other jobs have opportunities for such intense and pure moments of connection with strangers on a daily basis. I will always be grateful to this art form.