Tarot is so much more than a tool for prediction.

Tarot is so much more than a tool for just future predictions. Tarot gives you a map of your life, insight, clarity and guidance to help you to navigate any area of your life. Tarot can help you to reveal everything you need to know wherever you are on your journey.


It’s a tool for reflection.
It’s a map of your life.
It’s a tool that gives you guidance and clarity, insight
It’s a tool for decision-making.
It’s a tool for proactively creating a life you want.
It’s a tool for guidance and clarity.
It’s a tool for transformation
It’s a tool for personal growth
It’s a tool for spiritual enlightenment and development.

Tarot delves deep into what is going on around you, why, and the lessons you need to learn for this stage of your life. It will help you to make any difficult decisions, plan your months and so much more.

Personally I have found that regularly looking at what is going on in my life and business very beneficial with helping me to make decisions, let go of what isn’t serving me, what I need to focus on, who my soul client is, when it is a good time to implement new things, growth strategies and so much more.

By knowing what we can expect in the coming months we can plan, take action and let go of everything that isn’t serving us. We can make decisions on the information we have, we can avoid certain situations, prioritise what is important to us, get clear on our desires and wishes, focus on the right things, and so much more.

Are you ready to start your journey of transformation?


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New Moon cleansing Ritual


The moon has a of lot of magical powers and influences us so strongly. The new moon is a great time to manifest all that we desire but if we are holding on to clutter in any of its manifestations we don’t have space in our lives, our minds or our physical environment to create or manifest our desires.

So today we are going to set the intention to clear out all that no longer serves us and to let it go knowing that the universe will support us.

When we look at all that doesn’t serve us we could be looking at situations, people, relationships, thought patterns, habits, physical clutter etc. These are the things that need to be cleared in order to create space for our desires.

The moon is a very powerful entity that brings out our shadow selves, that we often don’t recognise but it is there in our unconscious mind, steering us and guiding us. It helps us to be the best version of ourselves that we can be. We want and need to be conscious of what is happening for us, and around us.

This ritual is very simple

8aa08a95416699edc48466124edd0c22--small-fire-pit-outdoor-roomsCreate a sacred space for yourself – put on some nice music, turn off phones and disturbances, light some candles and have some crystals around you if you have some.

Journal on a piece of paper, not a notebook as we are going to burn the paper later.

Dear universe,

then pour out your heart, write down everything that is worrying you, blocking you, holding you back. Write down everything that you need to let go of, they could be people, situations, negative thought patterns, bad habits, procrastination, self-sabotage. fear, regret, guilt, anger, bitterness etc, etc. Be really honest with yourself this about letting go of everything that is holding you back. You don’t need to censor it, check your grammar or spelling.

When you have finished write – dear universe please take this from me in the most pleasant, easiest and fasted way possible.


This ritual is all about being able to let go and having the intention to let go, to be able to ask for help and assistance. To know that you are not alone.

Set the intention to let it go, that in this moment you are releasing it to the universe and you know that the universe will take care of it for you and it has been released.

It is now important that you follow the guidance that you receive. Some things may be taken from you instantly and others may need a little more commitment or work from you. If you are guided to get some help i.e a counselor, coach, mentor, healer etc follow that guidance and find someone that resonates with you and specialises in that particular field. Make that commitment to yourself.

Guidance can show up in so many different forms like repetitive numbers, coincidences, feathers, people, situations etc. Sometime messages may come through in the form of different people telling you the same thing or seeing or hearing the same thing over and over again. Ideas may just pop into your head that feels really positive. You may get messages in your dreams.

Be open to the guidance the universe sends you.

Make the time to schedule this in today or tomorrow, make the commitment to yourself to let go of everything that doesn’t serve you.

When you have finished you can burn the paper safely.


This ritual can be done at any time you feel you need to let go of things.




The Benefits of Journaling

Journaling has a multitude of benefits, from empowerment to growth. It’s a daily routine that could change your life, and all it takes is a pen and notebook.

Our daily lives are often packed with things we have to do — work, study, cleaning, family obligations and more. Journalling is about dedicating a few minutes each day to honour yourself, your thoughts and your feelings. It can help remind you who you are, what you want and whether you’re living your life as the kind of person you want to be. It’s also a great chance to practice a spot of gratitude and remind yourself how good your life really is, even when the little things sometimes get you down.

Journals have many purposes. They can be a healing tool or a way to capture your daily routines and the people you’ve encountered. It is a private activity that allows you to express your emotions and vent frustrations. If you are trying to make your way out of confusing life events or simply desire a more balanced life, allow yourself 20 minutes every morning to write out your feelings and intentions for the day. You may also want to keep a journal by your bedside to record your thoughts at the end of the day or any dreams you have.

The most important aspect of journalling is the emotional release—putting into words what’s in your heart. This could be secrets or issues you are reluctant to confront. Allow yourself to set down your thoughts without judging the grammar or quality of the content.

Writing and reviewing journal entries can help you gain perspective and wisdom. You can pour out on paper your self-doubts, pain, and anger, working through those feelings toward a more positive outlook. When you break through the cycle of negative self-talk and explore other approaches to life, personal growth will follow.

Add positivity to your journal by adding affirmations and your gratitude list. Add pictures and drawings, colour in words and paragraphs that are important to you. Make it as personal and as pretty as you want to.
Journaling Ideas

Here are some prompts, questions and ideas to explore in your journal to get to know yourself better.

  1. My favorite way to spend the day is…
  2. If I could talk to my teenage self, the one thing I would say is…
  3. The two moments I’ll never forget in my life are… Describe them in great detail, and what makes them so unforgettable.
  4. Make a list of 30 things that make you smile.
  5. The words I’d like to live by are…
  6. I couldn’t imagine living without…
  7. When I’m in pain — physical or emotional — the kindest thing I can do for myself is
  8. Make a list of the people in your life who genuinely support you, and who you can genuinely trust. (add some gratitude for them)
  9. What does unconditional love look like for you?
  10. I really wish others knew this about me…
  11. If my body could talk, it would say…
  12. Name a compassionate way you’ve supported a friend recently. Then write down how
  13. you can do the same for yourself.
  14. What do you love about life?
  15. Write about your first love — whether a person, place or thing.
  16.  Describe yourself. (be as descriptive as you can)
  17. What’s surprised you the most about your life or life in general?
  18. What can you learn from your biggest mistakes?
  19. I feel most energised when…
  20. “Write a list of questions to which you urgently need answers.”
  21. Make a list of everything that inspires you — from books to websites to quotes to people to paintings to stores to the stars.
  22. What’s one topic you need to learn more about to help you live a more fulfilling life? (Then learn about it.)
  23. I feel happiest in my skin when…
  24. Make a list of everything you’d like to say no to.
  25. Make a list of everything you’d like to say yes to.
  26. My dreamiest day ( what would your dream day look like, smell and sound like)
  27. Your biggest Goal
  28. What are your biggest most important values?
  29. What limiting believes to you need to let go of?
  30. What would you like to do, have, be or achieve?

Have fun with your journal.


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