Episode #196 // Everyday Tarot with Biddy Tarot

"All of the answers that we need—everything that we're seeking—is actually all inside of us and the cards just are reflecting that back into you."
- Brigit Esselmont

Brigit Esselmont of Biddy Tarot is back on Being Boss because she has a new book (Everyday Tarot) to help us incorporate tarot and ritual in our everyday lives (and businesses!). So we’re nerding out about tarot, talking about the creation of Brigit’s book and tarot deck, and even doing a spontaneous tarot reading.

“All of the answers that we need—everything that we’re seeking—is actually all inside of us and the cards just are reflecting that back into you.”

 

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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Four of Cups to kickoff the conversation
  • All about Brigit's new book!
  • Setting sacred space to do a tarot reading
  • Balancing daily readings and big picture readings
  • Noticing synchronicities and creating daily ritual
  • The creation of the Everyday Tarot deck
  • A self-love reading for Emily & Kathleen
  • Learning to trust your intuitive interpretations of the cards rather than looking up the meanings

RESOURCES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE

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PROMPT:

When reading Tarot, do you prefer a single card pull or more elaborate spreads?

7 thoughts on “Episode #196 // Everyday Tarot with Biddy Tarot

  1. I prefer elaborate spreads! I’m super specially-oriented, so a good layout will set a meaning up for me in a much better way than single cards.

  2. It really depends on the query and the context! When I read for others, I usually pull 3 to 6 cards because it helps me to tell a story to the person I’m reading for. Usually, having more cards present allows my client to collaborate with me on the story and tell me more about what she sees. When I read for myself, I usually pull one card, maybe with a clarifying card or two.

  3. For my dailies, I prefer 1-3 cards. Whenever I feel like I have something super pressing or weighing on me, I might get a little fancy. 😉

  4. After a shuffle n a ruffle, I like to flip the top card for what’s on top of mind (conscious/the-how/call-to-action) and peep at the bottom for what’s underlying this (subconscious/the-why/internal-processing). I usually leave them out as a reminder to do or schedule the thing.

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