Tarot Meditation

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

The Daily Tarot Meditation Message
Each week day through Spring’s Haven, I share a Tarot Card and Message to contemplate during your daily meditation. The daily drawing began on December 1, 2009. We provide an online archive of the current and past drawings @ Spring’s Haven Tarot Archive.

Here on my blog, I provide additional insight into the day’s drawing, for contemplation or simply to prepare for the day ahead. And you’ll be able to see and follow all the past insight messages under the Daily Tarot Meditation category in the sidebar menu.

We share the publication of our daily messages on our social media sites listed on our Contact page. Pick your favorite and stay connected with us.

You can also learn more about Meditating With The Tarot to enhance and pursue your spiritual enlightenment from within on the Spring’s Haven website. And if you want more information about the method of meditation I teach, you can find that here as well with my Student Meditation Guide. If you’ve had trouble with learning and practicing meditation in the past, remember what doesn’t work for one, may work for another. So try different methods until you find the one that works best for you. 

If you would like to learn more about the Tarot, you can read:  A Perspective On Tarot – What’s Behind The Card, here on Reflections.


Many have asked what tarot deck I use for the daily drawing. I use the Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft and the Steampunk Tarot by Aly Fell for our daily drawings. The Wizards Tarot by Corrine Kenner (Author), John J. Blumen (Author/Artist) may show up soon as well. You can learn more about these beautiful decks on Amazon.comThere are many decks that I like right now and a few I have on my wish list.

For beginners I suggest starting with the Original Rider-Waite Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite (Author). This is the easiest and best deck to start learning how to feel the energy from the cards themselves. They’re also universally known and used around the world, so they’re easy to find and get help with.

As you gain experience reading and interpreting the cards on your own and without the commonly accompanying book, you can move on to other decks that draw in your interest. I also like the Druid Craft Tarot by Phillip Carr-Gomm (Author), Stephanie Carr-Gomm (Author), Will Worthington (Author). The Astrological Tarot by AT Mann, which isn’t easy to find these days.

Across all three of my sites, Springwolf Reflections, Spring’s Haven and my original Pagan’s Path, I’ve written about the Tarot for beginners and students of the cards. If you’re interested in learning more, here are my links to

The Tarot:

If you enjoy our Daily Tarot Meditation Insights, check out the additional Services from Spring’s Haven. We offer both in-house and email/phone/Skype consultations. As a Ministerial organization, all our consultations are private and strictly confidential.

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