Posts Tagged ‘predictions’

2017 Summer Solstice Psychic Messages for Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

 The Fire Signs Chill in July 2017

 The Fire Signs get two Summer Solstice messages: The first relates to the July theme of heart-expansion, and the second seems to be coming from a “New You” that has a much stronger manifestation in November, but begins now.

Aries, Leo, Sagittarius, Fire signs:  To get ahead: communicate, communicate, communicate! To reach your high creative potential:  Let the spirits take over, let yourself be taken over and work first to be able to trust yourself and your intentions so you can let go into a creative flow. At the same time, what helps to open your heart is to demand less of yourself, and to put less on your plate.  For success, make sure you prepare and feel strongly about anything you undertake to do.

Fire signs 2nd message: There’s a lot of forward movement this Summer into areas you’re more interested in, or have more faith in, or are what you want to begin developing that’s closer to your heart. This can end you up in places that really speak to you. You can have new ideas, and this is all based on a “New You.” There are many more revelations and realizations about this “New You” in November

Divination Best Practices and Tips for the Tarot Reader

Monday, June 12th, 2017


People all over the globe for centuries have been interested in two inter-related  things: what’s the best way to live in this world, and what’s going to happen in the future?

Faced with different paths and choices or stuck somewhere in between, people want to know what is the “divine will” and the divine guidance about the matter. In every country and on every continent, people have invented systems to do this: the I Ching, the Mayan Calendar, the casting of stones or cards or other objects. Anything can be turned into a divination system as long as its symbols are relatable to the diviner, and have associations with phenomena in nature.

Sometimes the way information comes to the diviner changes. I have always had a way of getting insights from the directions: East, South, West and North and their associated elements, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.  For years I just used it for myself and also for making predictions in horoscope columns that I’ve produced since the early eighties.  At times it was a daily practice of tuning into the different forces of nature and what the spirits of each direction had to say to me and about the day.

Just yesterday, I got the insight to stop using this method the way I now relied on it.  Over the years it had morphed into mostly a practice to get insights for my clients. The more I worked with people, the less I did my own circle work.  Until now, when in the course of my own spiritual evolution,  I got the insight to return the directions divination to a personal practice. Voila! My intuitive intelligence immediately gave me a new way to get pre-appointment insights,  which I used today.

Those two things that everybody wants to know create a puzzling situation for the tarot reader. Which one are the cards answering? Are they giving advice about the better way to do things given the current circumstances and options, or are they telling you what’s going to ultimately happen? Although this answer will differ according to each diviner’s symbol systems, ultimately the most important fact is that the cards powerfully stimulate the intuition. The cards laid out in a pattern that makes relational sense to the reader act like an ignition key that turns on their intuitive intelligence.  Working together, the intuition and the imagination make the jump from staring at pieces of paper to reading a detailed map.

No matter what the method of divination, if you want to read for other people or divine about world events, feed your own soul first: begin by asking the tarot, for instance,  for whatever guidance or healing you might need.  When your own cup is full and you have soothed your own self with the wisdom or truth of a higher vibration, you’re in the best position to read about other people and things.