Relaxation, Tarot, and Spellwork

I have a specific area in my home I like to do spells. For the most part, I also read tarot/oracle cards there as well as do pendulum chart readings. This is my “working table”:


It is a wee bit messy, but it is mine 🙂

I enjoy sitting down at my working table and having a daily routine. I have my cup of coffee in the morning, light incense, do a daily blessing chant along with a protection blessing on my home, and read some tarot or chat with whomever is on the other side of the pendulum. Then proceed to do any spells I want or just chill out reading one of my Grimoires (or Sherlock Holmes book, which is sooooo out of place haha!).

IMG_20151127_145000551Tarot can be read anywhere in my place though, as long as I am comfortable and have a place to rest my elbow to use my pendulum as well (I use it with every reading to verify my interpretations). Since the weather is finally cool where I am, my fireplace is the center of most of my readings. Fire is always needed with my readings so I light a candle or sit next to a fire.

Today I did a drawing. This spread is: What am I struggling with, What will help me overcome it, and What will the outcome be.

IMG_20151128_112829045Beautiful results with this new deck. Financial issues that will get better. Can you read how? Let me know below, and I’ll tell you my interpretation on Monday.

I have a migraine attack today but I wanted to chat with you all, I missed you the two days I didn’t post! When I feel better, I will write my reply to the Leibster Award nomination I got this past week.

So now, in terms of decks for those who wanted to know, I own: The Wildwood Tarot (in time out for now because it didn’t cooperate and I was not experienced enough to use it), The Legacy of the Divine Tarot, Deviant Moon Tarot, and the Shaman’s Oracle.

It was fate I walked in to Half Price Books and found Deviant Moon Tarot for $8!! Holy crap!

Oh, and the wand in the picture is handmade with a stick from outside, a crystal, and another beautiful rock.

This is the one I want off of Or I’d get the Weegyptians statue, then the plush Bast because I love stuffed animals.

Before I leave you in this post, I want to encourage you to be yourself. In your home you should have a place to worship, practice, and just plain be you without having to hide. Create your own sanctuary. Add plants, candles, incense, pictures, and whatever else you want. I want to add a Bast/Bastet statue (budget isn’t allowing me to get the one I want) to my desk and more twigs/pine cones from outside.

Feel free to leave a comment below about this post or whatever you’d like to ask. Or, email me, but don’t forget to subscribe because I’ll have more posts like this one coming up! xoxo

See the updated table here.



5 thoughts on “Relaxation, Tarot, and Spellwork

  1. Jo Smith

    Wow I know the reading are not for me, but its almost like you are talking to me. The other day I commented on another reading you did and that too screamed out at me. The reason I’m abit took back is because I have financial and have been stressing about it. I have stressed that much, I have been getting migraines. Coincidences? Maybe but I’m not a big believer of coincidences.

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    1. I am not a believer of coincidences either. We seem to have a lot in common, Jo 🙂 I saw that you were in a paranormal group, I used to be in one as well. Frightening stuff happens and no one around me who hasn’t seen a ghost believes me. Makes me doubt myself constantly and I am still battling that. I am sorry you are having similar issues as I am **big hugs** We can get through it, though the migraines are particular hard… I was having weird scalp tenderness a few days ago and now BOOM migraine from you know where!


      1. Jo Smith

        I started with a migraine last saturday and can’t get rid. Sounds strange but i feel there is a connection for some reason. I know we will get through this **big hugs back**

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  2. Love your work table 🙂 I’ve had to pack my altar up for the time being as Wee Witchling (about to turn 4) became naturally inquisitive when I began involving her in seasonally decorating the altar (she thought my priapic wand made an excellent drumstick for my African drum), and things were getting broken. When she is older and able to understand and respect it, we will set it up again, together 🙂

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