Tarot as a Tool
Tarot is an intuitive tool that uses archetypes and artwork to create power-packed messages through a variety of structured spreads. We believe tarot is a tool that talks, that is why each of our sessions is designed to be a conversation that walks you through how the information presented is relevant to your path.
Runes are an ancient alphabet from ancient Germanic/Scandinavian/Nordic traditions. We use the Viking Futhark runes as a form of divination. We consider these runes to be words of power that should be showed the proper respect when handling and reading.
Witch glyphs are a more modern language of cultural symbols and signs associated with different witchy themes, such as moon phases and the elements.
The ancients would check-in on the moon as it cycled throughout the year. The New Moon has been used for centuries as a time of new beginnings. The energy for this moon is great for introspection, intention setting, and shadow work. The Full Moon is a time of charging, healing, developing intuition and doing divinatory work. We work with a Moonology themed oracle and supporting decks to get a sense of what magics are at play.
A powerful way to get you in tune with your animal guides and see what messages these Mother messengers have to share. Get some insight from our four-legged and winged friends. Animals have been guides for shamans for centuries. What animals are trying to speak to you? We use the Animal Medicine cards and the Animal Totem Tarot.
Dreaming has long been seen to contain subtle imagery and subconscious processing of information. Journaling before bed and when you wake with a dream in the morning can be a helpful self-care tool to see what energies are coming up for you each night. Keep your journal close to the bed, try to write out your thought first thing while it's fresh with as much detail as you can remember. Feel free to draw details! If you don't recall your dreams that night, still get in the habit of journaling how you're feeling when you wake up. Review monthly, or as inspired.
Typically made of crystal or metal, pendulums are tools used to discern yes/no questions or to locate things.