It’s the end of an era… Professor Mirza has retired from Brighton seafront after many years of reading palms. He had an amazing client list, and I was privileged to know him from an early time. Soon after I met Punditt Maharaj I was introduced to Professor – they were related. In fact, Punditt Maharaj brought Professor from India, and they started in Blackpool, moving to other seaside towns around the country.
Although I have mentioned Punditt Maharaj many times as a teacher and mentor, Professor also taught me many things about palmistry, clairvoyance and healing, and I am proud to continue that tradition. Socially he was great fun too, and we enjoyed many good evenings in the pub.
I sincerely hope Professor Mirza enjoys his well-deserved retirement.
One of the big worries for any tarot student is being stuck on divinatory meanings. Everyone seems to think it is a problem, but is it? For myself, I don’t think that the divinatory meanings have changed since I first learned the tarot, well over thirty years ago! Furthermore, those meanings are ‘worse’ now than they have ever been. Continue reading
Its been a while since I last posted anything on here.
I truly want to work on that, ideally I would love to publish loads and it’s not like I don’t have ideas There will be more to come.
Let me tell you a little more about myself.
I am globetrotter of sorts, almost a bit like a gypsy. I travel lots and I move from house to house plenty because my husband works in oil and gas. Friendships are mainly kept online and maintained that way. I sometimes drift away for a while when I realize how alone I am on my journey. I don’t meet many people with the same interests as mine. This is not always easy to deal with. On the other hand I am realizing that it is part of what is strengthening me. The are always two sides to the coin.
I don’t come from a home where drive and ambition were big agendas, but these qualities are awaking in me even if the pace is slow. I am on my way, I must be because I am writing to you again.
I sometimes crave someone to whip me into doing something, and my call is being heard, things just take time.
Don’t let a pause in things get you down, the energy will change again one day and you will most likely find yourself picking things up from where you left them. Go with the flow and don;t beat yourself up, If you think “that’s easy for you to say”… think again!
;D Stay cool
I have had good news… new shutters are going to be fitted in the next two weeks! Then I will be able to clear out the office, and hopefully be open for business very soon.
The UK has been buffeted by storms for weeks now, including Brighton seafront, but last night was the worst. My office under Brighton pier was flooded by the sea, which eventually caused a small fire. The Fire brigade smashed down the shutters to put the fire out. Just got back from seeing the carpenter boarding the office up. All the traders next to me also got flooded, and and an electrical sub station under the pier also caught fire. (I thought 3 fire tenders for my little office was excessive!
The office has gone for now… I will have to wait until Monday to find out how long it will take to get things sorted out.
Luckily, i recently got a credit card terminal, so I can do phone readings and online readings, and I will be in Camden Market.
Writing about the simplest and most powerful techniques of tarot divination is something I know from my own experience, not an easy task. The problem is that unless a tarot student can actually see and experience the method of card counting, and see how easy and flexible it is; far easier than memorising 78 cards (after all, we are only required to count up to 12, and nobody is going admit they can’t do that, are they?). Continue reading