Posts in #tarotthursdaythree
#tarotthursdaythree for 07/06/2017

Welcome to #tarotthursdaythree - a monthly blogging exercise where anyone within the metaphysical community is invited to grab the question set and answer for themselves on their own blog or social media.

So, if you're a blogger or active on social media (whatever platform) and want to play along, just copy and paste the questions in your own forum and answer away!

This question set was inspired by what is becoming a common occurrence with some of my tools - particularly pendulums! You see, I just can't seem to keep these babies in tact. And just the other day, it happened again. I only asked 3 questions for 1 person and the next day, it split right in half. See exhibit A after the cut.

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#tarotthursdaythree for 03/09/2017

Hello fellow tarot lovers and mystics. It's Thursday, so we're back with another round of #tarotthursdaythree. I'm going to keep this intro. short because I think most people who visit my page are getting pretty familiar with this Thursday ritual, and speaking of ritual, our question set this week is all about spells, ritual and the tools we use for crafting or card reading.

If you are unfamiliar with this process, you can read more about it here. And don't forget, not only is this exercise open to all mystical bloggers across all platforms, but I also invite anyone interested to submit their own questions for use on an upcoming Thursday.

Let's get to the questions!

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#tarotthursdaythree for 03/02/2017

Hello Tarot and Mystical Bloggers! It's March, can you believe it? I don't know about in your corner of the world, but here, something about the air is making it feel rather Springish. Maybe I'm getting ahead of myself. Either way, it's definitely Thursday, so that means it's time for another round of #tarotthursdaythree. This question set has us going back in time to relive what it was that got us into Tarot. What sparked our interest? Was it what we thought it would be? How did it defy our expectations and how do we primarily use it now? 

If you are a Tarot blogger or enthusiast and want to take a crack at answering these questions, just copy and paste them into your own forum and share away. If you have no idea what this is all about, but want to learn more, you can read about it here. And as for my answers, you can find those after the cut.

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#tarotthursdaythree for 02/23/2017

Welcome back, mystical bloggers! It's time for another round of #tarotthursdaythree. For those unfamiliar, each Thursday I feature 3 questions for you to copy, paste and answer in your own blog. This exercise is open to any and all, so feel free to jump in and join the fun! The questions always carry a theme of tarot and related metaphysics and I do take question submissions from others. So, if you want to send in your own, please fill out the form and I'll be in touch!

Let's get right into this week's questions...

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#tarotthursdaythree for 02/16/2017

Well wouldn't you know, it's Thursday again and we're back for another #tarotthursdaythree. And it is a bit like deja vu not just for the sudden passing of time but also because Alaina of Exploringlyyours.com is back with another question set. I'm actually really excited about these because they're all about one of my very favourite decks, the classic Rider Waite Smith. As much as I enjoyed answering these questions, I'm even more so looking forward to reading other's perspectives.

Today is also Pamela Coleman Smith's birthday so these questions are actually very timely. In honour of her artistry and vision, I offer you my answers under the cut. And I also would love to hear your thoughts on this classic - love it or hate it, I want to know!

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#tarotthursdaythree for 02/09/2017

While I'm finding myself more conscious of the passing of time with this exercise, I'm also noticing an increase in blogging in general since we've started. I think the weekly prompts have taken some of the pressure off, because it's like, if I don't have the motivation to type up something else from my list of content, then I know at least I'll have this to fall back on. It would seem that may lead to a whole lotta #tarotthursdaythree and not much else, but actually, I think the very act of weekly writing has created some better habits with blogging on a whole. So yes, it's been fun, but it's also been damn productive!

For those unfamiliar with the process, this exercise is open to anyone with a blog or forum to express and an interest in tarot or related metaphysics. All you need to do is take the questions and answer them for yourself wherever your presence is, whether it be Social Media, your website or even YouTube. To learn more, submit your own questions or to see past prompts, click here.

Okay, let's get on to the questions!

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#tarotthursdaythree for 02/02/2017

Can you believe it!? It's already Thursday again and that means it's time for another round of #tarotthursdaythree. This week, we have another guest contribution, which is perfect because this also means that it's yet another week where I don't have to think up questions - thank you community!

This week's question set was contributed by another of my faves, Alaina, who can be found at exploringlyyours.com as well as Instagram. Her posts are always thoughtful and though-provoking, whether directly about tarot or not, so you'll definitely want to check her out. In the meantime, let's tackle this week's questions! And, if you have no idea what this is all about, you can read more about the process, how to participate as well as how to contribute here.

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#tarotthursdaythree for 01/26/2017

I swear I feel like it was just Thursday...doing this weekly exercise really does emphasize for me how quickly the weeks fly by. Yikes! Well, we're back and we have another 3 questions to dive into brought to you by the ever insightful Vanessa - you're definitely going to want to check out her website as well as her Instagram which is packed full of all sorts of gorgeousness! 

Alright, these questions are juicy so let's not waste any time. Also, they are themed around experiences of reading for others (professionally or not) and so if you do not read for others, you can always answer the questions hypothetically or flex them a bit to fit your practice.

You can view the questions and my answers under the cut.

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#tarotthursdaythree for 01/18/2017

It's Thursday and therefore, time for another round of #tarotthursday for mystical bloggers. This week's question set was contributed by one of my favourite Tarot gals, Ania, who you can find on InstagramYouTube, as well as over on her blog

If you're not familiar with the drill, read more about it here! For those who have been following along, the questions, as well as my responses, are after the cut.

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