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I'm not sure how to write an introduction, but I'll try.

 

My mother taught me tarot when I was a young girl. She gave me her first deck (a Universal Waite) when I was a teenager. It is still my favorite. Tarot has been a practice for reflection and guidance, especially when I get stuck, feel lost, or wonder about the future. I've done some readings for friends over the years, but there aren't many people in my life who share this interest. So, I look forward to sipping tea and talking tarot here. 🙂

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13 hours ago, noese said:

I'm not sure how to write an introduction, but I'll try.

 

My mother taught me tarot when I was a young girl. She gave me her first deck (a Universal Waite) when I was a teenager. It is still my favorite. Tarot has been a practice for reflection and guidance, especially when I get stuck, feel lost, or wonder about the future. I've done some readings for friends over the years, but there aren't many people in my life who share this interest. So, I look forward to sipping tea and talking tarot here. 🙂

Welcome to the forum! There are plenty of discussions and places to talk tarot here so grab your favourite tea and dive in!  You'll find a few more areas open up for you after you've made 5 posts too 😊

What's your favourite tea?

Right now, mine is Oolong Tea, specifically a variety called Milk Oolong!

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Hello! My first deck was a Waite deck as well (though I didn't do much with it, and it's no longer with me today). I am also new to the forum too, nice to meet you 🙂

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