Tarot Spreads! Interview with Sasha Graham, Tarot Author

Join me as I sit down with “Tarot Diva” Sasha Graham as we talk about working with Tarot spreads, her B-horror movie career and her new book 365 Tarot Spreads: Revealing the Magic in Each Day.

We cover all kinds of  awesome Tarot topics, including:

Advantages to using a Tarot spread

Sasha’s tips for connecting the cards in a reading (these are good – take notes!)

Doing Tarot parties!

Predicting the future with Tarot – is it possible?

The one thing that B-horror movies, bellydancing, painting and Tarot reading all have in common…

365 Tarot Spreads: Revealing the Magic in Each Day will be out May 8, 2014 and is available for pre-order on Amazon.

You can find Sasha Graham at SashaGraham.com and on her Tarot Diva blog.

In the comments below, let me know if you have a favorite Tarot spread to work with and what your biggest takeaway from this interview was!

6 thoughts on “Tarot Spreads! Interview with Sasha Graham, Tarot Author”

  1. I loved this interview Kate. Especially the part about how everybody trust the tarot reader and about predicting the future. I use the cards mainly as a tool for self development which is more then enough for me.
    “It takes me out of my head”: That is so true for me too. Just to step back and look at the cards for a new perspective.
    “What can I do right now, in this moment that will bring me pleasure and also positively impact my future” The best question ever!!!

    1. That totally IS the best question ever – I had forgotten about it, so thanks for reminding me – I am going to ask myself that question right now!
      Glad you liked the interview, Ellen 🙂

  2. I’ve been loving your interviews Kate! Your guests have been awesome! I really enjoyed hearing about how Sasha uses the cards in her personal practice. I think its a lot of fun exploring personal tarot practices, so much of tarot discourse seems to focus on using tarot for clients and I think its very necessary to establish a personal practice to stay connected with the cards and continue one’s own growth and progress.

    1. Hi Sarah,
      I totally get what you mean about nurturing your own personal relationship with the cards – it is so important to do that. When I first started reading for others I kind of forgot about my own practice for a bit. I am thrilled your enjoying my interviews! There’s lots more to come 🙂

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