Which card do you dread pulling the most? [ full list of questions here ]
I don’t dread any of the cards per se. Though I do find myself a feeling a little anxious when I draw The Tower. I’m a creature of habit, I like making plans etc. so any inkling of change sort of freaks me out. That’s life though, and I’ve learned that all I have to do is breathe. I know change is necessary and it brings lessons and new experiences.
What is your favorite card (both in terms of the deck’s artwork and divinatory meaning)? [ full list of questions here ]
This is a hard one because each image on the Shadowscapes deck is so beautifully done. I previously featured The Empress card because the artwork is one of my favorites. However, in terms of both artwork and divinatory meaning, that card would be the Queen of Cups.
What was the first spread you learned? [ full list of questions here ]
The very first spread I learned was the three-card spread (past, present, future). It’s still one of my favorite spreads because of it’s simplicity.
When and where did you give your first reading? [ full list of questions here ]
My first reading (for myself) was back in early February at home when I was able to free up some time for myself (which is kind of hard when you’ve a rambunctious toddler around!).
I have not given readings for friends as they didn’t even know I read cards up until recently. In the beginning, I didn’t want to take questions and such when I wasn’t sure what I was doing yet.
How long have you been reading the Tarot? [ full list of questions here ]
I started early this year, so about 10 months give or take. 🙂
Please describe briefly how you practice your path. (full list of questions here)
Currently, I do not have a set structure for my practice. However, I do observe certain Wheel of the Year sabbats/holidays (even though I’m not Wiccan). What I have done is set up sacred space in my home dedicated to the things I love and hold dear: the sea, the stars and the moon. I like to think I practice my path by doing what I love to do; by being creative (drawing, reading, writing), being attune to and observing the changing seasons, by being grateful for and appreciating nature, living by the sea, and life in general.