I have a new deck that I’ve been dying to share on the blog, the Joe Sparrow Tarot!
Life has been a fairly busy and I’m finally getting back into my daily routines. Over the weekend, I finally had some time to dive into this deck and do a little interview reading with it. Shockingly, I had yet to do a interview with it and I’ve been working with this deck on the daily since it arrived in my mailbox a couple weeks ago.
We have had lots of time to get to know one another and I’ve been now using it for my client readings! I know I always say that I think I found the “one” deck that I just can’t live without… but I truly love this deck in more ways than I can say.
I’ve been working with this deck for most of my daily tarot pulls and for nearly all of my own readings, as well as clients that I mentioned. It reads so well for me and I can’t quite put my finger on just why, there is something about the imagery that just resonates so naturally. It really lets my personality shine and gets the words flowing. I don’t feel the need to hold myself back when I interpret these cards like some decks I’ve worked with. There is a very strange boost of confidence, I can’t quite explain but maybe some of you can understand what I mean.
Let’s dig into a little interview reading and see what the cards had to say below!
MINI DECK INTERVIEW READING
Tell me about yourself!
THE HIEROPHANT: You like to guide people naturally and show them their true potential. You’re a teacher and a wise ass who has a lot on their mind to get out, so listen carefully to ever word… or card, in this case. I get the feeling that this deck will be great to study with, as I plan to use it for a lot of my personal and client readings, so even simply just working with it often will be a teaching in itself.
How will this deck challenge me?
6 OF CUPS: You will challenge me by having me face my past, question my present and trust my judgement to come. This person on the card is surrounded by pots. Each pot has some type of growth happening at different stages. Some have a few round ball like flowers, some are more twigs than leaves. Even the broken pot is coming to life with new growth.
I also get the feeling that things may feel really hard at times, but I just need to remain calm and remember to breath. The figure in this card seems to be holding on to that “just breath” moment themselves!
how can I best work with it?
COURT OF WANDS: No fear, go full speed ahead and trust where things are taking me. This court card is all business and no play, when slipping my own feet into these shoes I am greeted with confidence and courage. I can best work with this deck if I take action based steps with the cards for guidance.