THREE BY THREE: Use these cards to identify what is going on in specific areas of the client’s life – sometimes it will be along the lines of relationship, work, family, travel, health. The second row will be ‘Anything you need to do right now about your relationship, or your work’ etc. The third row can be ‘Helpful influences’, or ‘what you should not do now’, or anything relevant to the client – use your discretion but make the intention clear before you draw the cards.
Ever have a dream that you know means something to you, but you’re just not sure what it means? That’s what the Confusing Dreams Spread was made for. This spread is a simple 5 card spread laid out in a star shape. This spread is not a substitute for a dream interpretation, but hopefully it can help you find the messages within your dreams if you don’t have access to an interpreter, or just want to see the Tarot’s opinion of your dreams.
Follow the Clay:: Think of how the moist clay will physically move through the studio in every stage, from forming through packing. A large studio does not necessarily mean a profitable operation. It is quite possible to have a cost-effective pottery in a relatively small studio. One area of production should flow logically to the next.
Altars: Wiccan #Altar Layout. These are guidelines only for a Wiccan Altar. You should set up your own Altar according to the spiritual tradition you follow or in whatever way feels right to you personally.