31 Days of Tarot Midway Update: 5 Things I’ve Learned So Far

We are over midway through the 31 Days of Tarot Challenge for 2017 and it has been a wonderful experience. I have connected with heaps of new channels and have found out a few things from the community.

  1. A lot of us did indeed have a Tower year in 2016!
  2. We could all use more romance in our lives (Day 14 was very illuminating if you are dating one of the hotties doing the challenge, check out that video in particular)
  3. Many of us have the hots for the King of Cups
  4. Quite a few of us have a core collection of Tarot and Oracle decks we always work with, but then we rotate and change out other decks seasonally, for clients and intuitively.
  5. Most modern Tarot Readers use the tarot in a number of ways and most of us use the Tarot as our top self-development tool.

I am so looking forward to learning more about our community and being challenged to see the Tarot in different ways.

I am running another Community event on the 25th of January at 6.15pm PST called Tarot Jam. Which is a free community Tarot Chat! You can RSVP to the event here, and please let me know what you are most excited to Tarot Jam about.

You can still join in with the challenge, even if it is just a few juicy prompts. Here is the complete list.

Check out some of the amazing channels taking part in the challenge this year:

Katey Flowers
Wild Moon Woman
Pheonix & Lotus
Kasia Tafalarota
Amber in Wonderland
Storytelling, Tea and Tarot
Norse Pagan Witch
The Ride Readings
Cards and Cups
Alison Spokes
Inspiring Alien
Adrienne Lea
Planet Ninkol
Tarot Alchemist
Amber Moon Raven
Blossom Fae
Unfolding Soul
Moon Child
Elf & Tarot
Stephanie Hider
Magickal Momee
Devon’s Spiritual Quest
Beth Endresen
A Desert Mermaid
Andrew Barker
Eveline Timeless 
Lakeview Medium & Tarot
Pathways and Possibilities
Embrace the Moon
Veronica Jude
Kelly Bear
Samshine Mystic
Wild Intuitive
Divine Readings with a Gypsy
Jennifer Parde
Kittens Weights and Tarot
Mystic Marni
Supra ConciousSoul
Lotus Intuitive 
Cloey Neville

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