Inspiring Enchantment & Illumination with Tarot & Intuitive Guidance

Extravagant Play

Very often the effort men put into activities that seem completely useless turns out to be extremely important in ways no one could foresee. Play has always been the mainspring of culture. — Italo Calvino (Journalist and writer, 1923-1985) The ego trip of pursuing ART, with a capital A is just another trap which isContinue reading Read more


What shakes the eye, but the invisible? – Theodore Roethke In this final chapter of The Artist’s Way, as her bon voyage gift to us, Julia offers a bouquet of ideas. When we begin to understand our creativity in terms of it being a sacred conversation between our Divinity and our human selves, she emphasizesContinue reading Read more

An Offering While I’m (sort of) Gone

You knew I couldn’t totally stay away, didn’t you?  So here is an offering for today, as a sort of Artist Date.  Yes, another 20 minute investment, for our Artist Self, but very well worth it.   Found earlier today from Sia Vogel on the Full Circle Blog. (My deepest apologies for neglecting to ascribe theContinue reading Read more

Taking the Hermit’s Advice

After giving it a lot of thought, including my own Imbolc Tarot reading yesterday, I am taking the advice of the Hermit. Instead of starting our exploration of Chapter Twelve today, I am going to allow myself a much-needed retreat for the rest of the week. I would suggest that you use this time toContinue reading Read more

An Altar for Our Artist and Younger Self

The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web. – Pablo Picasso Today, we complete the second-to-last chapter, Recovering A Sense of Autonomy. We have some exercises to finish, and IContinue reading Read more

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