Sasha Graham’s Tarot Diva Blog – Meet Your Personal Daemon with the Court Cards

One quality I’ve noticed about people who love and work with tarot is they are sensitive, intuitive and above all insanely creative people. I’ve a hunch that many of you have creative projects simmering, stewing or boiling over. You may, from time to time, struggle with your artistic gifts.

A recent tarot reading with Carrie Paris found me asking questions about personal creativity and production. Carrie suggested I watch the  following lecture from Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love.” If you’ve a creative bone in your body, I’d advise you to do the same. You won’t be sorry:

Captivated by this idea of a daemon, I created this simple tarot exercise so you can put a face to your own personal daemon:

~ Remove your Court Cards, place them in a pile, discarding remaining cards.

~ Shuffle your court cards while thinking about your creative gifts.

~ Recall a time you were working brilliantly. A moment  you felt divine inspiration.

~ Recall what it felt like; the goosebumps on your skin, the ease in which your words, paintbrush or hands flowed.

~ When you feel ready, randomly pull a court card.

~ This is the face of your daemon.


If you’d like to share who your daemon turns out to be, drop me a line and let me know.

And no, not this Damon! 😀


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