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11 April 2011

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Dreaming_iris

This is a great post! Usually I know myself really well, but I've felt that way a few times in my life--very anxious & knowing that there IS a cause, but not knowing what that cause is.

I like this spread a lot; did you make it up yourself? I think I'm going to try it out tonight.

Would you be interested in writing a guest post for my blog TheSpiritualSkeptic.com? I love your writing style and I'd love to have you write about tarot cards. You can email me at kle321(at)gmail(dot)com if you'd like =)

~Keri

Martie Groenewald

This is my own spread, yes. I'm glad you like it. I'd like to know how you experience working with it. There is a more intense version that I'll publish next week, but this and the "From worry to peace" spreads are the ones I use when I feel "unsettled" in some way.

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