What is a Tarot Card a Day?
A Card a Day Tarot is a standard and enjoyable practice for many cartomancers. A Card a Day is setting aside about five minutes each morning to quiet your mind and pull a random Tarot card. The information you gather from the card can be used for contemplation, a head’s up for the day’s energy, a possibility to reflect upon or anything you like.
I’ve been doing it every morning for more than ten years and always look forward to it. It’s usually performed after a flurry of morning activities when I reclaim space for myself.
Had a run of dark cards, recently. Tarotists usually recognize each card has light and dark, no card is “good” or “bad.” But sometimes, you wake up, the sun is shining, the birds are singing and the last thing you want is the Nine of Swords staring up at you (or crying onto her hands). Especially, if you are in a great mood. That’s when I came up with a “Choice Card.” The Choice Card has been officially ingrained and I love it!
What is Choice Card?
A Choice Card is a second card pulled after your Card of the Day. The Choice Card reflects an option that will be available to you all day long.
Why is a Choice Card Awesome?
A Choice Card is a reminder that the future rests firmly in our hands. We are not slaves to fate, fortune and destiny. We create our life. We can choose love, peace, passion and pleasure.
A Choice Card is the ultimate daily reminder of your personal power!
Schedule of Sasha’s Upcoming Tarot Classes and Retreats:
Sasha Graham is the guest speaker at the Northern NJ Tarot Meet Up at Soul Journey Bookshop.