Tarot Cards of Motherhood, Pregnancy and Children

The Empress symbolises the mother in Tarot.  She is fertile, sensual and passionate, symbolised on a heart shaped shield bearing the sign of Venus. The card represents abundance, productivity and growth during the time of harvest.  In the context of children, it's no surprise that the Empress represents maternal instincts and pregnancy.  Nurturing is key to this card, love flows unconditionally from the Empress as she channels her energy into the growth of the child, supported by love, gentleness and domesticity.  In a reading the the Empress indicates mother, motherhood, maternal instincts, fertility and pregnancy.  

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Tarot Cards of Health & Healing

The health of the Strength card can be interpreted in various ways, whether it be the psychological or spiritual strength to face difficult situations in life, or the physical strength required to endure health conditions we experience.  Either way, Strength shows us that we must have the courage to confront the issues relating to our health.  If we chose to ignore them they could get worse but if we draw from inner strength we can overcome our perceptions of fear and raise this energy to deal with the situation constructively and promote healing. 

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      Tarot Cards of Success & Failure

      The 10 of Pentacles reflects institutionalised success in family and society.  This can be seen where families have accumulated wealth over generations and it has then been handed down from one to the next.  However, this kind of success often comes at a price because in order to inherit such wealth, one must always play by a certain set of rules. 

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      Palmistry

      Palmistry describes both your past and future, because all the major events that will affect you will be shown in your hands.  Palmistry can describe the strengths and weakness of your character, which will help you to become more aware of who you are and, as a result, to develop psychologically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally. 

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      Love, Relationship and Romance Tarot Spreads

      Love, relationships and romance are one of the popular reasons people search tarot for an answer.  Emotional involvement with a person puts your heart at risk, so you want to know if it's safe to open up and allow that them into your life.  Flirtation, an old flame that burns brightly, or an individual who you are totally in love with, sometimes you just want to know where things are heading.  If you have your own set of tarot cards you use one of these easy to follow examples to understand the dynamics and direction of the relationship. 

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      Azurite

      Azurite guides psychic and intuitive development. It facilitates entering a meditative and channelling state.  This stone brings about clear understanding and new perspectives, and expands the mind.  It releases long standing blocks in communication and stimulates memory.  Azurite changes your view of reality and lets go of programmed belief systems to move into the unknown without fear, reaching deeper insights and a new reality.  Old beliefs gently rise into the conscious mind to be tested against truth. Calms nervousness, encourages someone who holds back from self expression.  Allows for precise verbalisation of psychic experiences. 

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      Psychometry

      Psychometry is a psychic ability in which a person can read or sense the history of an object by touching it.  The reader can receive impressions from an object by touching or holding it in their hands.  These impressions can be perceived as images, sounds, smells, tastes and even emotions.  Psychometry is a from of scrying - a psychic way of seeing something that cannot ordinarily be seen.  Some people can scry using a crystal ball, black glass or even the surface of water.  With psychometry, this extraordinary vision is available through touch.  Psychometry is more likely to be effective if the object has strong history and sentimental value to the objects owner.  

       

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      Tarot Cards of Deception, Conflict & Drama

      The swords are a difficult suit in that they symbolise a weapon which signifies pain, anger and destruction.  As a rule they represent the intellect, including our thought and decision making processes.   Swords belong to the element of air and just as air moves constantly, the mind never rests.  The mind sees so many sides to a situation, it constantly twists and turns in an effort to understand and derive wisdom.  However, the stormy side of air distracts us from our ability to focus on what really matters in terms of our spiritual path, often it misunderstands what it sees and becomes lost in a deceptive dark cloud, fighting destructively against it very own illusion. 

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      Malachite

      Malachite soaks up plutonium pollution, and guards against all kinds of radiation.  It should be placed in the home of anyone who lives near a nuclear or natural radiation source.  Malachite also clears electromagnetic pollution, excellent to have around modern devices like computers or microwave ovens.  It absorbs negative energies in general and is considered a protective stone.   

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      Pendulum Dowsing

      A pendulum is a symmetrical, weighted object that is hung from a single chain or cord. Pendulums are often made of brass or crystal but it's also possible to use any weighted object which provides a balanced swing, such as a favourite trinket, a bead, a metal ball or even a key. The pendulum is a simple tool or instrument that lets the user tune in to their intuitive power.  It acts acts as a receiver and transmitter of information, and moves in different ways in response to questions. When a pendulum is used as a divination tool to answer a question, it is considered a form of dowsing.  

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