What are you dreaming about?
Never doubt the power of your intentions!
Once upon a time, my tarot teacher, Wald Amberstone of the Tarot School, told me a story about a woman who traveled all over the world with her tarot cards (my dream). She used them like a magic carpet. An uncanny feeling overcame me. Was he reading me? Telling me my future? Hinting at what was possible?
Turns out he was!
Since them, I’ve flown on the wings of 78 cards to London, Paris, Turin and recently to mysterious Chengdu, China. The above pic is the last day of China, sitting in the Wide and Arrow Alleys.
London bus shot on the way to dinner with my fellow tarot presenters from UK Tarot Conference, Eiffel Tower shot from a boat, aperitifs in Turin during Lo Scarabeo’s 30th anniversary celebration and the Wenshu Yuan Temple in Chengdu.
What do you want?
May is the perfect time to focus on what you want between now and Halloween.
~ Select an achievable goal or intention.
~ Select a tarot card representing it.
~ Keep the card where you can see it or screen shot it on your phone.
“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” T.S. Elliot
The Enchanted Kitchen Updates
The Enchanted Kitchen, my new tarot inspired, intentional cooking series partnered with Heyou Media and launched in April. Thanks to you it was a smash success with over 170,000 views!
The Enchanted Kitchen with Sasha Graham. Meaningful moments, intentional cooking and tarot inspired recipes.
Click and cook:
Intentions: Passion, Creativity, Fertility
Magical Tips: Cherries align with sex, Goat Cheese aligns with female intuition, Apples are pure magic and Walnuts offer grounding qualities.
1/2 cup walnuts, chopped and toasted
1 cup dried cherries
2 medium granny smith apples
4 cups mixed field greens 10-ounce goat cheese log sliced at room temp.
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon shallots, minced
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon sugar
6 tablespoons olive oil
We celebrated The Enchanted Kitchen with an Enchanted Global Dinner Party!
People around the world cooked and shared gorgeous meals, snacks and drinks.
Beatrice in Switzerland was inspired by the Star card and made:
Prosecco with Bee Balm Syrup
3 ounces of ice cold Prosecco 11/2 ounces of Bee Balm Syrup 3 ounces of Sparkling Water A splash of fresh lime juice
Make the bee balm syrup in June from the fresh blooming flowers. Syrup Ingredients: 1 cup of spring water 1 cup of sugar 1 1/2-2cups of bee balm flowers 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
Bring water and sugar to boil. Add fresh flowers, squeeze in the fresh lemon juice and stir well. Cover and let sit overnight. In the morning strain and reheat to a boil, before pouring it into a canning bottle.
Decorate with a piece of lime and enjoy!
“Cooking is like love – it should be entered into with abandon or not at all.”
~ Harriet Van Horn
April 26th – 28th, 2019
I’m pleased and honored to be a Main Stage Presenter at Readers Studio 2019 along with:
Happy May and cast your cards well!
You are pure magic!