The Hanged Man in love: What to do when it’s best to do nothing.

Getting the Hanged Man in a tarot spread, especially if it’s a romance spread…tends to make people slump. They either assume it is a bad card, or they just…blank out, and spend time on all the cards around it, carefully avoiding it like the upside down elephant in the room. But…I am here to make an argument that The Hanged Man is a friend. A good friend. The one that gently but exasperatingly tries to get you to PUT DOWN THE SHOVEL (or that phone!) and quit digging yourself in deeper.

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The Missing Knight of Swords: A damn near perfect metaphor.

Today, thanks to a very kind reader, I found out that a card is missing from my book, Love Tarot for Beginners. It is not the worst thing that has ever happened to me by a long shot, and in a few days the updated manuscript will be ready to go for printing and downloading, and all will be well. (I will include the missing excerpt below!)

My first thought was OF COURSE IT WAS THE KNIGHT OF SWORDS…..That’s…so perfect.

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The Six of Cups and Temperance: Nostalgic Longing in the Age of Anxiety.

Welcome to another edition of Tarot Odd Couples, wherein I draw two cards from the Tarot deck, discuss how they relate to each other, how to read them together, and then yammer for a bit about the bigger ideas contained within. LIKE I AM SOME SORT OF WISE PERSON. Snort.
Today: The Six of Cups and Temperance.

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