LinkShare #1

As part of this year’s NanoPoblano, we are sharing links to websites and blogs that have had an impact on us. Today I would like to draw your attention to a favorite teacher of mine.

Geraldine Amaral has spent a lifetime learning and living the Tarot. I have taken several of her classes and am slowly working my way through her book, Tarot Celebrations, coauthored with Nancy Brady Cunningham. I will be sure to post a review here on the blog when I finish.

The Spiritual Tarot is filled with great information, pithy quotes, meditations, and of course, how you can connect with the cards. Please visit Geraldine’s site when you have some free time to wander around.

If you’d like to know more about my own journey into Tarot, click here.

As always, thanks so much for reading.

Namaste,

~C

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3 thoughts on “LinkShare #1

  1. Seriously happy I found you via our NanoPoblano challenge. I had actually done a search on WordPress a few weeks ago to find articles on the Tarot. It came up with very few articles – Wonder if I just wasn’t looking close enough!

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    1. Hm, that’s interesting. I haven’t found WordPress searches all that helpful in the past. I tend to look for things on Google or Facebook first, although my son insists that FB has lost its power, that Instagram and Snapchat are where it’s at. Ah, well, the technology caught up with and surpassed me long ago. I will happily spend my days on WordPress and FB, warming my tiny corner of the interwebs.

      Have a blessed day, Pam! I am enjoying perusing your photographs. You have a gift! Thanks for sharing it here.

      Namaste,
      ~C

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      1. Thanks Cindy! Agree, Instagram is big. I don’t understand the infatuation with snap chat. But that’s ok, my age group doesn’t use it unless they have kids! Thanks for taking a peep at my photos. Definitely a passion for me! I appreciate the kind words!

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