The importance of noticing size in the method that prioritizes sequencing of events over ‘meanings’.
You’re the better fortuneteller when you actually know what you’re talking about.
A good diviner is aware of the power of dualist language and how to use it. An extraordinary diviner knows that merely categorizing labels according to value that’s divided, good/bad, man/woman, big/small, is not where it’s at.
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How much is too much? How much is too little? When reading the Grand Tableau you want to know what your measuring stick is.
A third party reading with the Lenormand cards, when the significators are something other than the usual suspects.
The experience of love gives us something invaluable, but how many actually understand what is at stake in love? How many understand the impossibility of uttering, ‘you broke my heart’?
Two 5-card readings on love: one with the Marseille and the other with the Lenormand cards.
A grand tableau lesson based on a student’s reading of her own cards followed by my feedback on her reading.
When you read the cards in-line attentively, and with a vigilant eye on the context of the question as well, letting that color your sentencing, you discover that you know exactly when a card combination is called for.