Leslie Huddart L.Ac.

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Vision Board vs Year Tarot Reading?

How To Do A Year Tarot Reading

Whenever we start a new year, people naturally start to think about their vision for the year to come. This is the time of the year when people go crazy for vision boards.

Now don’t get me wrong. I’m a Vision Board fan. I make them myself and I think it can be a helpful tool. 

But what I want to tell you about is another process that I think might even be able to serve you even more or in different ways and that is doing a Year Tarot Spread that you record so it becomes this guidance for the year.

Benefits of a Year Tarot Spread

This has three big benefits for you. 

One, it’s more specific so it’s month-to-month guidance through the year rather than your whole vision which is also important. But sometimes when you want to get down to “What do I need to think about?” in month-sized chunks, this can be a better option. 

Two, it kind of gives you a heads up. If you see that three of hearts hanging out in a month you know that maybe there’s going to be some loss. This type of doing a year visioning helps to kind of prepare you more in specific ways that trickle down to the practical day to day. 

The third big benefit is that it can also help you go deeper with you experience with the Tarot or any Oracle system that you’re using because in retrospect when you look back you’ll have some personal from-your-life examples of what the meaning of that card is for you.

So I want to show you in this video a process that I recorded for my trainees. 

I have a lot of training programs for empaths and healers and healing professionals – Subtle Body Level Certification. Every year, we go through this process as a group with my advances mentorship crowd. I wanted to share this part with you. 

Hope you enjoy!

Disclaimer: This program is not intended to be a substitute for professional mental health or counseling services.  No practitioner-patient relationship is established and the training content is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and nothing here is intended to diagnose, cure or treat any disorders.

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