Re-upping this post, and sharing part 2 that follows:
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While Tarot Cards were traditionally looked at for prediction and fortune-telling, in present times they are finding a place in aiding emotional healing processes. . It’s been fascinating (and honestly completely consuming) to discover a contemporary application for such an ancient tool. And to see how it is constantly evolving as we make new forays into understanding the mind-body relationship. . In my practice, I draw from learnings in psychology, other behaviour sciences and family constellations, keeping the mysticism and wisdom of the Tarot in mind. . Swipe to understand what the taeot deck can reveal 🤓 . . . . . #riderwaitetarot #tarotwithrevati #tarotcardreadersofinstagram #tarotoninstagram #revatismondaymessages #tarotforhealing #tarotmatters #tarotforallseasons #tarotforallreasons #everydaytarot
In writing these, I have had to clarify a lot about why I do this and how I want to take this practice forward, for myself. It was an exercise that’s been a long time coming, and I’m glad to be putting in the time towards this, like I have all other professional undertakings, whether writing, or baking, or working with VC. As always, I’m happy to take questions, if you have any — whether you personally want to a reading or not.
The all round uncertainty and loss of control, not to mention stressful and emotional, time has been bringing up a lot for everybody, whether they’re conscious of it or not. Literally every reading I have done during this time has a question or two about job certainty. “Why am I feeling so emotional all the time?” in some form or another, is a close second. I feel both these situations so deeply these days. It’s in the air all around us, so if you’ve been feeling it, you’re likely tapping into the collective. Please know that it’s legit. It is allowed.