Disclaimer and other stuff you should read before asking for a reading…

My path and passion is to support and guide individuals like yourself who want to live with a greater connection to their Higher Self, and follow their Soul Path.  Put another way, I love to help people who are tired of feeling like they are groping around in the dark, and want to stop mucking around, get some clarity around their life purpose and immediately take steps which will propel them along on a path that is meaningful, purposeful and incredibly fulfilling.  There are many ways we can do this, depending on your needs.  I connect with my client’s Higher Self to receive directions, I read Tarot, and I offer Intuitive Life Coaching.  I am currently undertaking a course in accessing the Akashic Records.

The information that I receive is not titillating and frivolous.  It is clear, loving, unapologetic guidance on changes that you can make right from the word GO!- always with the intent to align with your Higher Self and follow your Soul Path – with a booster-pack attached if that is what you choose!  Through the option of Life Coaching I can offer you ongoing support, or you can simply choose to return for readings whenever it suits you.

Connecting with your Higher Self in these ways really does support you to find and follow your fast track to health, happiness, success and abundance, and of course deep personal fulfillment.  Are you ready to invest in yourself and your Soul Purpose?

If you’re curious then please do not hesitate to contact me.  Honor your gut feelings and see where it takes you. I have been on an intensive journey of training in the Universal Laws and how we can work with them;  so that I can optimize the information that we access from your Higher Self.  I am always looking for more powerful ways to tap into your innate potential and help you to turn that into a reality beyond your wildest dreams.  Because we are guided by your Higher Self it doesn’t matter whether you are a politician, a stay at home mum, a tradie or a light worker: you will receive exactly the best guidance to assist you at that moment. You will also receive incidental knowledge to assist you on your path because I can’t help myself – watching you take your own self-belief and your dreams to a whole new level and into reality faster than you thought you ever could, is what gives me personal satisfaction.

So if you’re ready to take the first step, contact me through the comments box – I am more than happy to answer general queries.

 

 

 

By agreeing to use the services of Tasman Tarot you agree that you have read and understood the following disclaimer:

By using this service you agree that you are 18 years of age.

Neither take to heart nor act on information that I provide unless it is something which you already know to be true.

Tasman Tarot will not be held accountable for any interpretations  or decisions made by recipients based on information given during readings, guidance or any other services performed by Tasman Tarot.

These readings are for entertainment purposes only. All information and/or advice given to you by Tasman Tarot should not take the place of any medical, legal or financial advice given to you by any qualified professional.  None of services  by Tasman Tarot are  a substitute  for medical, legal or financial advice.

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Focus!

Maintain awareness of your own passions and calling.

Nurture your sense of what inspires you.

These provide a constructive focal point.

The Voices in Your Head…

One of the first steps in ‘Waking Up’ is learning to observe what is going on in your mind…

“When someone goes to the doctor and says, “I hear a voice in my head,” he or she will most likely be sent to a psychiatrist. The fact is that, in a very similar way, virtually everyone hears a voice, or several voices, in their head all the time: the involuntary thought processes that you don’t realize you have the power to stop. Continuous monologues or dialogues. You have probably come across “mad” people in the street incessantly talking or muttering to themselves. Well, that’s not much different from what you and all other “normal” people do, except that you don’t do it out loud. The voice comments, speculates , judges, compares, complains, likes , dislikes, and so on. The voice isn’t necessarily relevant to the situation you find yourself in at the time; it may be reviving the recent or distant past or rehearsing or imagining possible future situations. Here it often imagines things going wrong and negative outcomes; this is called worry. Sometimes this soundtrack is accompanied by visual images or “mental movies.” Even if the voice is relevant to the situation at hand, it will interpret it in terms of the past . This is because the voice belongs to your conditioned mind, which is the result of all your past history as well as of the collective cultural mind-set you inherited. So you see and judge the present through the eyes of the past and get a totally distorted view of it. It is not uncommon for the voice to be a person’s own worst enemy. Many people live with a tormentor in their head that continuously attacks and punishes them and drains them of vital energy. It is the cause of untold misery and unhappiness, as well as of disease. The good news is that you can free yourself from your mind. This is the only true liberation . You can take the first step right now. Start listening to the voice in your head as often as you can . Pay particular attention to any repetitive thought patterns, those old gramophone records that have been playing in your head perhaps for many years. This is what I mean by “watching the thinker,” which is another way of saying : listen to the voice in your head, be there as the witnessing presence. When you listen to that voice, listen to it impartially. That is to say, do not judge. Do not judge or condemn what you hear, for doing so would mean that the same voice has come in again through the back door. You’ll soon realize: there is the voice, and here I am listening to it, watching it. This I am realization, this sense of your own presence, is not a thought. It arises from beyond the mind. So when you listen to a thought, you are aware not only of the thought but also of yourself as the witness of the thought. A new dimension of consciousness has come in. As you listen to the thought, you feel a conscious presence — your deeper self — behind or underneath the thought, as it were . The thought then loses its power over you and quickly subsides, because you are no longer energizing the mind through identification with it. This is the beginning of the end of involuntary and compulsive thinking. When a thought subsides, you experience a discontinuity in the mental stream — a gap of “no-mind.” At first, the gaps will be short, a few seconds perhaps, but gradually they will become longer. When these gaps occur, you feel a certain stillness and peace inside you . This is the beginning of your natural state of felt oneness with Being, which is usually obscured by the mind. With practice, the sense of stillness and peace will deepen. In fact, there is no end to its depth. You will also feel a subtle emanation of joy arising from deep within: the joy of Being. It is not a trancelike state. Not at all. There is no loss of consciousness here. The opposite is the case. If the price of peace were a lowering of your consciousness, and the price of stillness a lack of vitality and alertness, then they would not be worth having. In this state of inner connectedness, you are much more alert, more awake than in the mind-identified state. You are fully present. It also raises the vibrational frequency of the energy field that gives life to the physical body. As you go more deeply into this realm of no-mind, as it is sometimes called in the East, you realize the state of pure consciousness. In that state, you feel your own presence with such intensity and such joy that all thinking, all emotions, your physical body, as well as the whole external world become relatively insignificant in comparison to it. And yet this is not a selfish but a selfless state. It takes you beyond what you previously thought of as “your self.” That presence is essentially you and at the same time inconceivably greater than you. What I am trying to convey here may sound paradoxical or even contradictory, but there is no other way that I can express it.

Instead of “watching the thinker ,” you can also create a gap in the mind stream simply by directing the focus of your attention into the Now. Just become intensely conscious of the present moment. This is a deeply satisfying thing to do . In this way, you draw consciousness away from mind activity and create a gap of no-mind in which you are highly alert and aware but not thinking . This is the essence of meditation. In your everyday life, you can practice this by taking any routine activity that normally is only a means to an end and giving it your fullest attention , so that it becomes an end in itself.

Tolle, Eckhart (2010-10-06). The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment (pp. 17-21). New World Library. Kindle Edition.  (My hi-lights.)

Little Gem #6

I love this little gem, coming directly from a reading I did last night…..

“Peace child.

Worry not, fear is worthless in the face of real threat,

and imagined threats survive only by

feeding on your fear.”

Another Little Gem…

This is one to take with a healthy side-serving of discretion.  So you think you’re enlightened.  You’ve learned a lot and changed your ways, but ….

You want to go vegetarian,

except your mouth starts drawling of its own accord

every time you’re confronted with a steak and pepper pie.

You could resist the urge, or you could go with it.

One line of thought is to saturate yourself

with the very thing you would deprive yourself of,

until you are just plain sick or bored with it.

An ascetic lifestyle isn’t about depriving yourself.

If that’s how abstinence feels,

there are other things waiting to fall in place.

Be kind to yourself.

Not enough hours in the day? Give this a go!

“You see, linear time is actually something that responds to our thoughts and feelings because time is a function of the Universe. The Universe responds to the way we feel about time by adjusting the amount of time we have.

If you feel like you’re chronically short of time and that you’re always PRESSED for time, that’s what you get – compressed time. It’s always a perfect match between the way you feel and what the Universe delivers.

So, if you want to expand your time rather than compress it, all you have to do is expand your internal feeling about time. How? Simple. Whenever you feel pressed for time, just begin to act as if you had all the time in the world. Think about it. How do you act when you have a lot of time? You move at a leisurely pace and you enjoy yourself. You rarely do any of the things that you do when you’re in a hurry – drop things, forget things, bump into things.

So, even though you may need to get a task done quickly, try slowing down your actions and thoughts for a minute or two. Those minutes of “slow time” will literally expand your time horizon and something in your day will adjust to give you more time. It’s Universal law. Try it – it works!

Also, one last quick tip: If you want to have more time, stop saying things like, “I just don’t have time!” Remember, thoughts are things and words have wings. Good luck!”

http://www.streetdirectory.com/travel_guide/8845/self_improvement_and_motivation/expand_your_time.html

Sandwiches and Miracles

My son announces (just on bedtime of course) “I need food!”

‘What would you like?’ I ask.

“A sandwich!”

‘What kind of sandwich?’

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The universe wants to fulfil your requests just like a doting mother.

Make a request of the universe, but make it specific.

Your request should be in-line with your inner truths and for the benefit of others also.

After making the request imagine how it will feel when your wish has come true; and then trust to the universe.