Because I want to be completely transparent to you, my audience, I’m going to share a few of my goals and motives for writing this blog part of my website.
Of course, I want to raise awareness of my new venture, Tarot Readings by Graham and attract people who might want to use my services. I am doing this as a business, not a hobby, even though I love helping people with tarot. I’m hoping to build this business so I can contribute financially towards my family. But there are other things I want to do here.
I want to demystify tarot. I think I can best do that by describing a little bit about how I work. I believe tarot to be something that is completely natural, not supernatural. You don’t have to be psychic to read tarot. I certainly make no claims about any psychic abilities. I’m hoping that by revealing some of my process, my audience will see that it makes sense, logically.
Tarot readers are not all weirdos, witches or new-agey. I’m just a regular guy, who happens to have learned a way to help people choose the right paths in their lives. I’m hoping that I demonstrate that in my posts here.
As someone who believes that tarot can help anyone, I want to talk about the things that tarot readings are good for, what they’re not good for, and how to ask the right questions. I believe that knowing the best path to take can be enormously empowering.
If you have a desire to learn how to read tarot, I hope I can share some hints and tips about doing so. I am planning to write a slim volume about learning my approach, and to offer mentoring while you’re learning.
Along the way, I will share posts about books, websites and other resources and stories about tarot. I may write about some other related topics, such as readings using other methods.
I will write about the business of tarot reading and I welcome other tarot readers, whether professional or amateur, to follow the blog too.
And that really is what I have in mind right now. If there’s something you’d like to see in this blog, or a question you’d like to ask me, please post a comment.
4 thoughts on “Why I Am Blogging”
[ Smiles ] That sounds like a good enough reason to blog to me.
Do keep on blogging and my you find pleasure and peace of mind while you are engaging yourself in the whole blogging process.
I also hope to engage others! 🙂 Thanks for your kind words.
[ Smiles ] You are welcome, Graham.
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