Hey everyone! Apologies for the long silence, I've been not too well and I'm trying to get over it. But I'm still here! Even though I've not been doing tarot readings for others for a few months, I'm still doing daily and weekly tarot readings for myself and recording them in a diary. I'm wondering … Continue reading Some downtime
Recently I read a particularly inspiring post called 'Devotional tips for those with chronic illnesses and limited energy' by Michelle at Northern Tamarisk. It really helped me remember that I am certainly not alone with chronic illness and it also encouraged me to write about my own illnesses and how I deal with it interfering with my … Continue reading My Faith and Chronic Illness
Signs of the kami can appear literally anywhere; in our dreams, in our homes, out and about, even in the London Underground. Yes, you read that right. It seems unlikely that a kami would let their presence known in such a busy, urban (and occasionally smelly) place as the London underground. As a country boy, … Continue reading The Signs of the Underground
Although I am a Shintoist and Shinto forms a great deal of my belief system, I have always identified as an eclectic pagan. My path currently consists of Shinto, Wicca and Druidry, though I also have interest in Konko, Buddhism, Taoism and Kemeticism. NOTE: The links on this page are affiliate links. This simply means … Continue reading My Path
Why Shinto? Aren't you a Westerner? Yes indeed I am - I am Welsh. I was born in North Wales and grew up there. Only 6 months ago I moved to Leicestershire to escape some negative aspects of my life and now I am much more grounded and positive. However, I have considered myself Shinto … Continue reading Why Shinto?
So I started doing a daily challenge over on my Instagram! (shameless plug, please give me a follow!) It’s called the #tarotnerdschallenge and it’s a lot of fun so far! Granted I only joined yesterday but still. It’s fun and inspiring to see other people post photos to the prompts and I’m discovering new things […]
In my last 'My Tarot Story' post, I talked about how I got into tarot and a little about the decks I use. This time I'm going to write about my overall views of myself as a reader, my ethics and what I do and don't believe about tarot. Currently I read tarot almost every day, … Continue reading My Tarot Story – Part 2