Third Door Tarot

tarot readings for insight, clarity, and guidance.

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Life is full of change, and it’s common and so understandable to feel trepidation, confusion, and even fear at the changes we experience--even if we initiated them. Change is hard! It’s easy to feel paralyzed, not knowing in which direction to head, how to take that first step, or if you’ve made the right decisions.

This is always a good point to turn toward our resources--friends, therapy, books, mentors. It can also be a great point to turn to tarot. With the centuries of human knowledge and experience adding layers of nuance and meaning to the cards, each card can act as a new voice. Together, the cards and their positions in the spread create a dialogue with the querent (you!) and the question. As a reader, I will listen to your wants and your situation, rather than assuming any of these things. I also focus on a trauma-aware and queer-centric interpretation of the tarot, drawing from my own experience and work as well as on the collective knowledge of other trauma-aware and queer-centric tarot readers I’ve read and seen and worked with.

You can read more about my offerings, or go straight to my contact page to inquire about a reading--I offer written or video readings for long-distance clients, as well as in-person readings for clients in the Seattle area. You can also read more about my experience and methodology or the other tarot readers I’ve learned from. If you’re curious about how my trauma-aware and queer-centric interpretations play out in my readings, or about the decks I use, check out my blog! And, if you’re left with any lingering questions, head on over to my FAQ or message me via my contact form! I’d love to hear from you.


 
 
 
Cali card from the Moon Angels Malakh Halevanah oracle deck.

Cali card from the Moon Angels Malakh Halevanah oracle deck.

The Moon card from The Fountain Tarot deck.

The Moon card from The Fountain Tarot deck.