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Divination

At first, they’re just cards with splashes of color, images, and numbers that seem to have no meaning or order to them.

Reading Tarot

Reading Tarot

At first, they’re just cards with splashes of color, images, and numbers that seem to have no meaning or reason to them. But with contemplation and patience, a pattern emerges conjuring words, emotions, and phrases that lead me down a path of self-discovery and understanding no other oracle can offer. Intuition is tricky. One has to learn, practice, and be willing to walk through dark places in one’s mind to find a Muse waiting on the other side, pointing a finger in the right direction. One treads through landscapes that may seem familiar, but which can be misleading when ego gets in the way. I’ve learned to trust my intuition—to let go of patterns and habits that have led me astray many times. Instead, when I read the Tarot, I ask the High Priestess to point the way to the Hermit, that he may guide me towards the Sun. The choices are always mine to make, for I always have free will and the future is a moving target. Yet, armed with trust and guided by intuition, divination is a map to the World.

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About the author Walter

Walter lives and works in and around South Florida. When not practicing or studying acupuncture, you can find him at one of Miami’s beaches, or in a coffee shop lost in the pages of a good book. Walter enjoys diverse interests such as reading Tarot, practicing Qi Gong and Tai Chi, learning Buddhist dharma, practicing shamanic healing, writing for his blogs, reading Oriental philosophy, traveling to new places and old favorites, exploring contemplative photography with his iPhone, sitting quietly in meditation, practicing healthy fitness, and promoting wellbeing.

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