Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tarot of the Day #1

Sporadically, I will try to ask the tarot cards a question that pertains to the news, society, or trends that affect everyone. Ideally, please do put forth questions so that they may be featured here for others to enjoy and … Continue reading

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Tarot of the Day #2 Japan

Due to a backlog of work, these daily tarot sessions are bound to be more sporadic as I’m too busy with grad school, writing, and clients to do unsolicited questions. This one I did about a week ago and have … Continue reading

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Spiritual Connections and Kylie Minogue

There is an old article from Daily Mail in the UK that has always stood out in my memory, dating from 2004, I believe. In the interview, Kylie Minogue (having just wrapped up a five-continent world tour) is interviewed and … Continue reading

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Joseph Campbell and the Welfare State

In a mini-book called The Way of Myth there are interviews with the late philosopher Joseph Campbell, who has a lot of concepts that I very much agree with from a spirituality perspective. He states in one of the interviews … Continue reading

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New and Revisited Entrepreneurial Skills

Yesterday at UBC I went to “Discovering the Entrepreneur Within,” an all-day workshop taught and facilitated by Roger Patterson of Vancouver. This was time very well spent and I wanted to share as much as I could about this for … Continue reading

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Two Heads Are Better…

This past week I had such a good time meeting with and reading the Spiritual Advisor you may know from the Keen network, Rayna (Readings by Rayna). It had been eight months since we last met (before I moved out … Continue reading

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Culture and Tarot

In the last two years, it has very much interested me how different cultures both interpret foreseeing aspects of the future and shape questions in a tarot reading. My first practice was in the Midwestern US. As a general rule … Continue reading

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