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New beginnings happen all the time

Oh my, dear me, another year another broken website. In the age of advanced technology that makes the world spin faster, our lives become more and more dependent on staying connected. I love the tools that allow me to be virtually anywhere and learn anything I want, I love the tools that promote my business and find businesses that support my well-being. But when the website dyes and the backup files seem empty, and you ask the help desk for help, and they kindly keep sending you the same “How to fix it” article in an alien language, like a space alien I mean, and it’s no use – it’s time to start over again. 

I started to teach Tarot classes back in 2020, and with that, the Goddess on a coffee break was born.

I felt a deep calling to aid in times of change. I felt that many people were already prepared for the ‘shift’, and many just woke up to the fact that we live on a fragile planet that needs our collective attention and love. With Covid keeping us indoors, the dolphins came back to the beaches, the pollution and smog went away uncovering blue skies, and many of us took off to the woods or took on projects that have been put on the back burner for ages. It was time to look within and decide what we want to create on the outside.

The journey so far was a wild one, and I don’t know how about you guys, but I am tired. The classes of 2020 and 2021 were very well received and I hope I was able to help people learn how to use the card for healing, love, and transformation. I was not sure if I will do it again in 2022.

But many people asked me if the classes are coming back. How could I say no?

 

So with that commitment comes the world of content sharing, updates, blog posts, business cards, and other fun stuff like that. But I also have a feeling that something new is coming. I can’t put my finger on it, but it feels like a new way of living, in a much more beautiful and fulfilling way. Until we get there, let’s shuffle some cards and see how the surrounding energies can help us on daily bases, and what remedies can we apply to get through all of this, while loving every experience and opportunity that this challenging time brings.

That is my wish for the Fall Classes of 2022.

 

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