Tarot tells stories about the cycles of our lives. It is a complex language, and every reading & reader is different.
Tarot as a tool for self-care acts as a reflective modality. Through images representing archetypal human experiences, they can help us to deeply understand ourselves. By looking at ourselves in the present moment, and what trajectory we are currently following into the future. When you approach tarot with a self-care intent, it’s easy to interpret the cards’ guidance in ways that are beneficial to our well-being. Tarot can be a tool to help us look within our own subconscious. It can help us make decisions, reveal the true nature of a situation, and point out aspects of ourselves that need our attention and care.
Like any spiritual tool, much of the power comes from what you choose to do with it. Tarot cards can be used in prayer just as easily as they can be used in meditation or transformational journaling. But as a tool in your self-care kit, the cards have plenty to offer without any spiritual or religious underpinnings. They tell the story of what it is to be human.
✨We invite you to come get your Tarot read at Make & Mary. Our friend and gifted reader Brie James of @ritualhauswellness is available by appointment in our shop on Thursdays & Saturdays, from 4-7pm. Brie is a kind soul and has a way of interpreting the cards in a meaningful & magical way.
More about Brie—Brie (she/her) is a Wixáritari, Spanish & Cuban practitioner and a Reiki Master. She attended The Portland School of Astrology, The Blue Iris School of Magic and is a Graduate of East West College of the Healing Arts. Brie also holds certification as Holistic Intuitive Health and Life Coaching. She is a Breathwork facilitator trained under David Elliott and studies Trauma Informed Care with ongoing education under the breathe network, YWCA, and Cultural Somatic Institute.