Your Guide to the Blue Moon/Blood Moon Eclipse on January 31, 2018

When I woke up this morning, I felt it–the cool, beautiful electric of full moon energy. Not only is Wednesday’s full moon in Leo met with the powerful energies of a lunar eclipse, it’s also a “blue moon”–the second of two full moons in a calendar month. What does this mean, exactly? Potency, power, and […]

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5 Signs You Should Get a Tarot Reading

Modern tarot is a far cry from the parlor trick antics it was once associated with. Gone are the turbans, the crystal balls, the sleight of hand. In their place are sage bundles, aura crystals, and the careful consideration of psychology, self-care, and social justice. It’s safe to say that today’s tarot is less about […]

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New Moon in Leo Reading

The new moon in Leo is one of joy, confidence, and self-appreciation. If you’ve been a bit of a shrinking violet lately, now’s a good time to step forward and show yourself in all of your glory. Let the world see who you truly are–the self that’s unfettered by shame, disappointment, and self-consciousness. Instead, dress […]

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Tips to Avoid Burnout (And a Tarot Spread!)

Full disclosure: I went through a pretty rough time recently.   I was exhausted, overworked, and frustrated. I felt that both my personal and professional efforts weren’t being rewarded in the way that they should be, and instead of stepping back and taking a breather, I pumped more and more energy into things that weren’t […]

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Strength and Struggle: One Year as a Tarot Reader

July 1st marks the first birthday of Jessi Huntenburg Tarot, and it has been a wild ride, folks. When I began this business, I was in the midst of a personal maelstrom from which I’ve just recently recovered, so my biz grew alongside me. I learned how to create professional boundaries at the same time […]

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How I Learned to Embrace my “Clair”

I believe in science. For decades it was the divine masculine to my literary divine feminine. The idea that one can’t legitimately assert something without measurable proof is comforting, humbling, and rewarding–if you want anyone to respect your ideas, you’re going to have to do the work to convince them that you aren’t just pulling this […]

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