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Meet Your Psychic
I am a well-practiced tarot reader, dream interpreter, and empath. I have been reading tarot cards professionally for over a year and have been practicing dream interpretation for more than five years. My tarot readings can provide answers to your questions about your relationships, career, future, and past lives. My dream interpretations bring clarity to your experiences on the astral plane, and provide insight into your subconscious mind and spiritual self.

Lucid Dream Exercises for Personal Growth

Many lucid dreamers prioritize fun activities like flying or meeting their favorite celebrities – I fully endorse these dreaming activities, but if you're hoping to achieve spiritual growth through the astral plane, there are better ways to use your dreams. If you're looking for sources on how to lucid dream, there are many good resources online and I will be posting my personal routine in the near future. These practices do require a higher level of lucid dreaming, so if you hope to utilize them you will have to practice lucid dreaming consistently.

The first, and possibly the best lucid dream exercise to master is seeking astral guides. I discovered this exercise when I began to receive helpful advice from women in my dreams; once I found that their advice had merit I started to seek them out during lucid dreams and asking if there was anything they wanted to tell me. The best way to do this is to set an intention to speak with astral guides before you go to bed. Then, if you become lucid during a dream, focus on this intention again. You can even call out, asking for any willing astral guides to come to you.

The next exercise I recommend is astral meditation. In my experience, dream meditation amplifies the effects of waking meditation. This exercise is simple, but requires serious focus. You may notice that meditating in a dream ends the dream and you wake up. This is preventable. Before you begin meditating in a dream, get a strong foothold in the dream. There are a few ways to do this. My personal technique is to pay attention to my five senses; touch your surroundings and notice how real they feel. What do you see and hear? Do you smell anything? Focus intently on these aspects before you begin to meditate to stay in your dream longer.

The third exercise is a mood elevation technique. You will need to be able to fly or float in dreams to practice this exercise. This exercise takes a few tries, but is fulfilling once you get the hang of it. This is another practice I discovered by accident. I noticed that sometimes when I began to fly or float in dreams, I felt a sense of euphoria. I began experimenting with this and found that when I focused my attention inward and floated off the ground, my mood would elevate as well. A few of my friends who lucid dream have practiced this and found it works for them as well. My method of "taking off" in this exercise is lifting my hands to the side, palms up, and my body follows.This mood elevation can transfer into your waking life - if done successfully you will wake up feeling bright and refreshed!

I hope some of you try these practices and find them to be helpful! If you have any astral experiences you wish for consultancy on, please refer to my dream analysis service. May your dreams bring you love and light!

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What You Need to Know to Start Tarot Reading

Tarot reading is a valuable skill that can aid in personal growth, decision making, and connecting with our spirituality. However, learning tarot takes a lot of practice and can be intimidating for beginners. That's why I'm sharing some things I wish I knew when I was starting out.

First, don't start by trying to memorize the meaning of every individual card. Instead, learn the meaning of the different suits and the story each suit tells. For example, the suit of swords tells the story of a long trial with a dark ending, though this end makes room for new beginnings. Some themes associated with this suit are communication, consciousness, trials, and focus. Once you know this, it will be easier to learn the meanings of each card. You can look at the imagery on a card, imagine how it relates to the suit as a whole, and use this to determine its meaning. As you practice this, look up the meanings of the cards you draw and compare it with the meaning you got from the card. This will help you remember the meanings of the cards more than studying flashcards would, and it helps you create a personal relationship with your deck.

This brings me to my next point. The best way to learn tarot is to practice. There are a few ways to incorporate practice into you daily life. One way is to draw a card every morning and reflect on it throughout the day. Where do you see the themes of this card showing up that day? How can the advice the card offers help you in your daily struggles? This is a great way to get to know individual cards more in depth. Another important aspect of practicing tarot is practicing on other people. It can be intimidating to share a new skill with others, but it will help you become a more competent and confident reader.

Everything I've gone over so far is essential to learning tarot, but the most important aspect of being a good tarot reader (which many readers overlook) is connecting with your intuition. Each tarot card has a variety of meanings, but when I'm doing a reading I don't list all the possible meanings of the cards I draw. Instead, I take a moment to tune into what the card means in this particular reading. I use a variety of skills to do this. I'll start by explaining the most concrete method I have for determining what a card is telling me; I look at the cards around it. If I notice a spread has strong themes running through it, those themes are likely to apply to the card I'm examining. Another way to hear what the cards are saying is to notice what imagery immediately stands out to me. When a certain item, color or person depicted in a card calls to me, I know that the message it represents is the one my client needs to hear. The most difficult aspect of intuitive reading in my experience is also the most abstract; opening your mind to messages that come to you during a reading. This skill takes practice outside of tarot. Practicing meditation, awareness, and empathy are ways to learn it.

It's true that some people have a psychic predisposition, but anyone can learn tarot with practice. I hope anyone pursuing this art takes the time to master it – it's a fun and fulfilling spiritual practice you can do every day.

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Developing Spirituality through Lucid Dreaming

​     If you're interested in the metaphysical arts, you've probably heard of lucid dreaming. Basically, lucid dreaming is realizing when you're in a dream. The immediate appeal of this practice is learning how to control dreams so we can live out fantasies we can't achieve in the waking world, such as flying, element bending, and even shape shifting. This aspect of lucid dreaming is fun and certainly worth learning, but there's another valuable aspect of lucid dreaming that most people miss out on.

     Simply put, to practice lucidity in our dream state helps us practice lucidity in our waking state. One of the most important tools available to us in our spiritual development is awareness of the present moment. Lucid dreaming and awareness of the here and now relate in several ways. On a basic level, you need to practice awareness of your surroundings to become a proficient lucid dreamer; you need to learn what it feels like to be awake versus asleep so that you may become aware that you are dreaming as soon as you enter the astral plane.

     Beyond that, practicing awareness in dreams trains your mind to practice awareness in waking life. The practice of lucid dreaming helps me feel calmer and more perceptive in day to day life. I experience less absorption in myself and more connection with the world around me. As a practicing psychic, this connection is crucial to my craft.

     Furthermore, in many ways waking life is just as much an illusion as our dreams. We view the world through many different lenses based on our past experience and our own prejudices. The way we perceive different people and themes in our dreams is often an exaggeration of how we perceive them in waking life. Recognizing how our perceptions are affecting us can help us see past them and gain a broader perspective.

     This is a rather brief overview of the spiritual aspects of lucid dreaming, but I hope to write more about lucid dreaming and dream interpretation in the future. I encourage anyone interested in spiritual development to pursue these practices! 

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What You Need to Know to Start Tarot Reading

Tarot reading is a valuable skill that can aid in personal growth, decision making, and connecting with our spirituality. However, learning tarot takes a lot of practice and can be intimidating for beginners. That's why I'm sharing some things I wish I knew when I was starting out.

First, don't start by trying to memorize the meaning of every individual card. Instead, learn the meaning of the different suits and the story each suit tells. For example, the suit of swords tells the story of a long trial with a dark ending, though this end makes room for new beginnings. Some themes associated with this suit are communication, consciousness, trials, and focus. Once you know this, it will be easier to learn the meanings of each card. You can look at the imagery on a card, imagine how it relates to the suit as a whole, and use this to determine its meaning. As you practice this, look up the meanings of the cards you draw and compare it with the meaning you got from the card. This will help you remember the meanings of the cards more than studying flashcards would, and it helps you create a personal relationship with your deck.

This brings me to my next point. The best way to learn tarot is to practice. There are a few ways to incorporate practice into you daily life. One way is to draw a card every morning and reflect on it throughout the day. Where do you see the themes of this card showing up that day? How can the advice the card offers help you in your daily struggles? This is a great way to get to know individual cards more in depth. Another important aspect of practicing tarot is practicing on other people. It can be intimidating to share a new skill with others, but it will help you become a more competent and confident reader.

Everything I've gone over so far is essential to learning tarot, but the most important aspect of being a good tarot reader (which many readers overlook) is connecting with your intuition. Each tarot card has a variety of meanings, but when I'm doing a reading I don't list all the possible meanings of the cards I draw. Instead, I take a moment to tune into what the card means in this particular reading. I use a variety of skills to do this. I'll start by explaining the most concrete method I have for determining what a card is telling me; I look at the cards around it. If I notice a spread has strong themes running through it, those themes are likely to apply to the card I'm examining. Another way to hear what the cards are saying is to notice what imagery immediately stands out to me. When a certain item, color or person depicted in a card calls to me, I know that the message it represents is the one my client needs to hear. The most difficult aspect of intuitive reading in my experience is also the most abstract; opening your mind to messages that come to you during a reading. This skill takes practice outside of tarot. Practicing meditation, awareness, and empathy are ways to learn it.

It's true that some people have a psychic predisposition, but anyone can learn tarot with practice. I hope anyone pursuing this art takes the time to master it – it's a fun and fulfilling spiritual practice you can do every day.

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