Tarot Moon Journal 2017 News

tarot moon journal 2017The Tarot Moon Journal 2017 has finally hit the virtual shelves, waiting to become your trusty companion for the new year.

Since its first edition in 2013, it has come a long way, slowly growing and evolving.

The latest edition includes a mini tutorial on how to include the pip cards in your moon readings.

Each pip card is linked to a zodiac sign, and I show you how you can take the next step and dive a little deeper into your readings with the help of the zodiac and the moon.

If you are new to using astrology in your tarot readings, then the Tarot Moon Journal can help you make a start and take your readings to the next level.

Regarding the lunar phases during 2017, there will be no New Moon in Capricorn (which will happen this year on 29th December), but we will enjoy two New Moons in Leo (July and August).

Each year when I adjust the changing moon phases in the journal, it is fascinating to watch the shifting cycles and energies.

The Tarot Moon Journal 2017 is still priced at only £5.00 (GBP) and also includes a 20% discount voucher for my Tarot Astrology Self-Study Course.

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Zodiac Tarot Cards Journaling Sheets

zodiac tarot cardsThe 12 signs of the zodiac are linked to 12 Major Arcana cards in the Tarot.

We all know our sun signs, but an astrological chart based on your date, place and time of birth also reveals your moon sign and ascendant (rising sign).

Once you have determined your zodiac signs’ corresponding Tarot cards, you can explore the dynamics of the different aspects of your personality by using the visual cues of your cards rather than just astrological glyphs.

If you are new to Tarot astrology, then my Zodiac Tarot cards journaling sheets will help you make a start with your self-exploration and learn to include astrology in your Tarot work.

Even if you only know your sun sign at this stage, the handout will still prove useful to determine personality traits and work out your zodiac lessons.

Simply click on the following link to save and print:

Zodiac Tarot Cards Journaling Sheets

(PDF document)

Originally published on my Journal Blog last year, the zodiac card information is now collated in this handy document. It also contains images of 12 cards of my Tarot of Quotes (if you do print it, make sure it’s in colour Smile) and extra space on each page, so you can add your own notes.

If you like this free handout, you can request more by joining my mailing list and start building your journaling folder for your Tarot studies.

Or if you would like to delve deeper into Tarot astrology, then please check out my Tarot Astrology Online Course.

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Christiane

 

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Tarot of Quotes: The Hierophant

HierophantThe Hierophant is one of those cards in the Tarot I have had “issues” with Wink. In the Rider Waite Smith (RWS) deck it depicts a pope-like figure, which reminds me of the Catholic Church, making it difficult for me to connect with this card and “warm” to it.

For me, organised religion represents dogma, tradition and rules you have to adhere to. If you don’t, then you will be in trouble.Thankfully, nowadays you no longer will be burned at the stake, if you disagree and try to initiate some changes.

My Hierophant (Stonehenge) captures a more tolerant, open-minded interpretation. For me this card symbolises guidance, education, ethics, philosophy, tradition, conformity and organised religion, but all these aspects of the Hierophant need to flow, move, and change over time according to the needs of people.

Flexibility is a necessity to avoid being stuck in the past and fall into decay with a false sense of security. Nothing lasts forever.

Currently, organised religion is only reacting to change. It would be refreshing to see religious institutions take the lead in the process of change and come up with new and innovative, progressive ideas.

Astrologically, the Hierophant is connected to Taurus. Whilst Taurus displays positive traits such as stability, determination and dependability, its vices include stubbornness, complacency and inertia – quite fitting for the Hierophant.

When the Hierophant comes up in a reading, this card may ask you to add something new to an established area in your life – home life, relationship, job/career – or make some adjustment to avoid staleness and feeling stifled. Consider re-writing some rules, start a debate or gain new knowledge to broaden your horizon. You can live according to rules and within boundaries set by society, but ensure this is in accordance with your individuality and integrity.

2012 is also the Year of the Hierophant. Read more about how to make use of the Hierophant’s energies this year here.

More images of my Tarot deck can be found in the Gallery.

 

If you’d like to learn more about the Hierophant and all the other cards in the Tarot, please check out my ebook Empowering Messages from the Tarot.

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Exploring Your Persona Cards

Sharman-Caselli Tarot
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The court cards in the Tarot represent personality types, and in a reading they can relate to people, energies or personality traits that need either to be applied to a certain situation or avoided. If you use the Tarot to deepen your self-knowledge, you can explore your personality (and that of others) by identifying your persona card and its opposing shadow card.

First of all, find your persona card from the list below; this card relates to your sun sign:

Aries—Queen of Wands
Taurus—King of Pentacles
Gemini—Knight of Swords
Cancer—Queen of Cups
Leo—King of Wands
Virgo—Knight of Pentacles
Libra—Queen of Swords
Scorpio—King of Cups
Sagittarius—Knight of Wands
Capricorn—Queen of Pentacles
Aquarius—King of Swords
Pisces—Knight of Cups

The Pages are not included in this list, but if you feel more like a child-like Page rather than a Knight, Queen or King, then choose the Page of the suit that relates to your sun sign, e.g. if you are Gemini (Knight of Swords), you can choose the Page of Swords instead. This is especially useful, when you look at your personality/behaviour patterns in specific situations or with particular people. Next, identify your opposing card by taking the following two steps:
 
1. Select the opposite role of your persona card, e.g. if you are a King, select Page:
 
King ———- Page

Queen ——– Knight

Knight ——– Queen

Page ———- King

2. Select the opposite of your suit, e.g. if you are Cups, choose Wands:

Wands ———- Cups

Cups ———— Wands

Swords ———- Pentacles

Pentacles ——– Swords

So, for me this means that my persona card is the Knight of Cups (I’m Pisces), and my opposing shadow card is the Queen of Wands.

Your persona card relating to your sun sign reflects your outer personality and your strengths; personality traits you openly express and feel comfortable with.

Your shadow card on the other hand indicates hidden elements of your personality, weaknesses, and character traits and behaviours you prefer to keep hidden, are unconsciously suppressed, or may need to be developed.

In my case, the Knight of Cups reflects my introvert, dreamy and intuitive personality, and the Queen of Wands indicates a need to be more social, take action and feel more confident about my abilities.

Have you worked out your persona and shadow card? What do they teach you about yourself? 

Try this exercise with family members, colleagues and friends. This way you can explore and identify people’s strengths and weaknesses and develop good judgement of character over time.


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