Hey friends,

this episode is really, really beautiful – especially if you are into the tarot. Lindsay Mack has been such an inspiration to me as she has a really unique way of working with the cards in healing and creative ways. I got to ask her about self-care practices, plant friends, making wild career moves and healing from trauma and PTSD.

Lindsay shared her view on soul cards, how her astrological houses have helped her better understand her experience, how she started her journey as a tarot reader after a major crisis, what eucalyptus means to her and why she wants to connect to the plants of her ancestry. We also talked about healing trauma as a present moment process around something that happened in the past, what our relationship to the word witch is and our perspective on generosity and unconventional online marketing.

A little side note – the sound quality unfortunately is a little lower than usual in this episode as I had some tech issues, I hope you still enjoy it!

More about Lindsay: 

Lindsay Mack is a Brooklyn based intuitive counselor, holistic healer, tarot reader, and the founder of Wild Soul Healing, and Tarot for the Wild Soul. She offers and facilitates Intuitive Soul Readings, Intuitive and Spiritual Coaching, Mentorship, and Tarot Trainings for those who desire to heal, evolve and live fully on their true soul path.
 
 
She is the creator of Soul Tarot, a way of interpreting, understanding and intentionally utilizing the Tarot as wild medicine for our soul’s evolution. Soul Tarot is a fusion of channeled wisdom from her guides, her 22 years of experience reading and studying Tarot, and her own healing journey through abuse and PTSD.
 
 
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Her Tarot for the Wild Soul course that we talked about:
 
 
 
 
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