Sunday, 21 December 2014

The Joy of Gifting ~ Yule Tarot Blog Hop

Happy winter solstice to you my friend! Here in Scotland it is the darkest day of the year. 

I hope you are keeping well where ever in the world you may be reading this from. In this special seasonal post, you'll find my contribution to this year's Yule Tarot Blog Hop.

We are a tarot reader bloggers community that celebrates our different approaches while exploring a chosen topic in our own individual way. With each blog hop, the community focuses on a seasonal topic, all posting at the same time Sunday 21st December 2014, 18:00 GMT. You'll be able to view my fellow contributors' posts by clicking the previous, master and next links above and below.

This year we were given the following as our Yule Tarot Blog Hop Topic
Yule, Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Solstice, Winter. Whatever you call this time of year, it is a season of gift giving, gift receiving and sharing with family and friends for a majority of the world. Whether Papa Noel brings you a candy cane or the Winter Witch brings you switches, it’s a time of anticipation. The anticipation of what I might be getting and what I am giving are equal joys for me. To that end, here is a spread for each of us to do. 
The Joy Of Gifting 
To set up for the reading, I selected some items to create a sacred space and evoke the sense of warm winter festivities: glass christmas baubles in shades of red, white and green, locally foraged ivy & pine cones, a red candle representing all four elements (solid wax - earth, melted wax - water, flame - fire & space around - air).

To bring more energy to the theme of Joyful Gifting, I also chose items that had been gifted to me. A purple scarf given to my sister by my mother to wear with her outfit at my recent wedding, which has in turn been gifted from my sister to me. Purple is one of my favourite colours!

On top of that I lay a white silk scarf with the 8 ashtamangala (ashta = 8, mangala = auspicious) buddhist symbols. This was gifted to me by my first buddhist teacher, Ven. Kelsang Tharchin, at the end of a Medicine Buddha empowerment in the Forest of Ae, Dumfries & Galloway where I used to frequently spend weekends on meditation retreats.

I am eternally grateful to him for all his love and guidance on my spiritual journey. He helped me to deepen my respect and skillful offering of tarot, guiding me to always motivate my readings with love, compassion and wisdom, relying on the spiritual guide-ess and protector-ess at my heart and all around me, the female Buddha Arya Tara ~ a powerful gift that infuses into every tarot reading I have given since.

I chose my current favourite pack, the Shadowscape Tarot. These cards were joyfully gifted to me by my gorgeous herbalist tarot reader friend to thank me for hosting her when she came to visit from her home in Ireland. I love them! Thank you again, Elly.
Here are the cards I drew...

A Swords card (4 of Swords), a Pentacles card (Page of Pentacles), 
2 Major Arcana cards (The Hermit & Death) & a Cups card (6 of Cups)

To view a better quality version of these cards on 
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law's (creator of Shadowscape Tarot) website, 
click the images of the single cards below.


1. What gift would you give the world if you could? ~ 4 of Swords

The 4 of Swords shows a woman reclining with her eyes closed, under a white sheet, 3 swords under and over her head and one sword on top of her body, her movement restricted. It appears that she is floating with pink lotus flowers blooming around her.

What gift would I give the world if I could?

It's interesting that this card came up for me as I work in the healing professions as a holistic herbalist and massage therapist. Often people choose to visit me after a long period of neglecting their health and well being, sometimes when they have come to the end of conventional treatment, or still not experiencing sufficient results with avenues they have tried and seeking a new approach.

So many people in modern society are stressed, burning the candle at both ends and exhausted. We know this is not sustainable, but it can be so hard to just stop and change pace, give our physical vessels the sacred care and sustenance it needs.

Eventually our body or circumstance takes charge and helps us return to balance by becoming ill or debilitated, forcing us to slow down and reassess where we have become out of balance.

When we get ill we gain an opportunity to take a step back from our everyday lives, to take space and time out to rest and heal, so that with the right care and time we may receive physical, mental, emotional and spiritual energy, strength and freedom of movement in return.

If I could, the gift I would give to each and everyone the world would be a heartfelt realisation of the preciousness of our human lives. I would like you to know how valuable the gifts you bring to the world truly are, and encourage you to treat your body as a temple ~ ideally before you get unwell, but especially when you do.


2. What gift would you want from the world? ~ Page of Pentacles

The Page of Pentacles card shows a young person sitting in nature on top of a rock, around which a slumbering dragon is resting around. Enchanted creatures whisper messages and guidance from the roots, stones and greenery. His companion, a peaceful wise owl is on the look out.

What gift do I want from the world? 

The Page is a first in the sequence of Page, Knight, Queen, King - at the apprentice stage on a journey to mastering a particular aspect, in this case the Pentacles representing the earth element, themes of stability, security, home, money management.

So this card suggests a gift I could be giving myself is an opportunity to reassess the handle I have on these areas in my life. Be open minded to a fresh approach, be willing to learn again, go back to basics and start again from the foundations, building upwards from there.

This certainly does resonate with me. Anyone who knows me well, I think, would agree. In the past couple of years, I have been working with various mentors and coaches to help me grow my heart-centered business, transform my relationship with money and release some of the negative associations I have had with it.

This has been eye opening and transforming. I'm learning that money is not necessarily a replacement for love, or 'the root of all evil', but simply energy that can flow and bring many benefits to improve the lives of many who truly need it.

Another way I am interpreting this card is to tune more into my inner child and allow her to become more playful. Certainly in the past month or two, I have been receiving support and guidance to do just this. In the card, little faces in the plants, minerals and animals are there to offer support and guidance on life's journey.

As we grow older, for some a cynicism and reluctance to tune into a more enchanted world can set in. This has certainly been true for me in the past. More and more now, my heart and soul has been retuning to its child-like essence, opening to a more playful communication with the elements and learning to listen to nature's wise whispers.


3. What gift have you gotten that has brought you joy? ~ IX The Hermit

The Hermit card shows an intrepid traveller looking out from an impossibly high and treacherous peak, higher even than a flock of birds flying below her feet, gazing towards the heavens, stars almost within reach. She holds the lamp of wisdom to light her journey. Now that she has reached the top, her journey continues back down towards the earth where she can share the wise stories and insights of her adventure with others.

What gift have I been given that has brought me joy?

Although to some this card may appear quite lonely and bleak, to an independent, soul searching, free spirit like myself, this solitary figure standing on the top of the world embodies a blissful state. 

Time and space to myself to day dream, doodle, write, meditate, walk, create, retreat on my own, contemplate the stars, and look within. This brings me a great deal of peace of mind and sense of joyfulness. I'm incredibly grateful and fortunate to have had the means, personal will, and encounters with others to have led me to solo adventures where I have learned so much about myself and the world.

I used to think there was something wrong with me that I love and crave my own company so much, now I realise it's a beautiful quality about myself that I celebrate. 

A message that the Hermit card brings is what goes up must come down. All the wisdom gained and lessons learned on my journeys are gifts to share with others in the community, in society and with the world.

This gift has been given to me by myself, my personal choices, my parents, family members, my husband, my friends. Time alone for me to be me, space and silence for inspiration to flow in and hear the voice of wisdom within and all around me.


4. What gift have you given that has brought you joy? ~ XIII Death

The Death card is a bright swirl of orange, red and yellow. Like a phoenix rising resplendent from ashes, a woman with open heart and arms is shape shifting into a fiery bird-like creature, completely transformed from her former existence and ready to begin a new journey of empowerment. On a branch below, an egg holds a new bird, symbolising that new life springs from the falling away of the old.

What gift have I given that has brought me joy? 

The Death card is one that many people fear in the tarot. To me there is something energising and powerful about what Death symbolises which is an essential part of the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth.

When I was doing my final year of BSc Herbal Medicine, my grandmother had suffered a stroke and died after many months of paralysis and inability to speak, being cared for by her children. This period before her passing was a real opportunity for them to return just a small part of the vast ocean of love she had devoted to them.

I chose to focus on Herbal Medicine to Support Grief in Life Threatening Illness as my dissertation research project. This choice was very much influenced by my need to nurture my own feelings of losing my dear grandmother, and to explore ways to support others and my future clients using natural methods when they go through this inevitable period with their loved ones.

Today I feel very comfortable in creating a safe space for others to express and allow healing of difficult emotions in whatever way they might experience it, mentally, physically or emotionally. Death is an area that many shy away from but for me, it brings me joy to be able to offer comfort to people's range of emotions in the process of this transitional time.


5. What is one last thing you would like to share about this season. ~ 6 of Cups

The 6 of Cups card shows girl in an enchanted forest, hosting a tea party for her teddies and woodland creature friends. Symbolising a reconnection with the inner child and homecoming, re-visiting your childhood hopes and dreams.

What is one last thing I would like to share about this season.

At this time of year, many of us are preparing to reunite with our family members, returning to our roots, sparking up family memories of long ago, both pleasant and less so. The 6 of Cups reminds us of the importance of reconnecting from time to time with our past, to heal our grievances, to allow forgiveness in and make space in our hearts again for child like innocence.

Lately, I have been encouraged to reconnect with the little girl within, the hurt crying child, equally as much with the bright and laughing child. In this festive season, charged with a mixed roller coaster of feelings and emotions, I would like to remind you to flow like the water element (symbolised by the Cups) around painful memories, around any resistance to difficult communication in relationships, and be open to a softening in your heart.

Somewhere in our psyche is a place of innocence where hurts can be healed and hearts can feel open and trusting again. Spend some time reflecting there this solstice time.


On the day of this posting, I will be gifting my knowledge of Sacred Herbs and Teas and enjoying a Celebration of the Sacred Day at The Salisbury Centre, a beautiful meditation and holistic well being centre open to people of all faiths and none, that is close to the hearts of many spiritually minded souls here in Edinburgh. The centre is also special to my husband and I as we were married there earlier this year in spring. 

Like the Tarot Blog Hop Community, The Salisbury Centre embraces the wise and loving essence of all traditions, religious or non-religious, a sentiment that I infuse in the readings I offer to those who wish them. 

I will take a moment today to send abundant blessings to all the blog readers who are taking the time to read this, wishing you peaceful hearts and profound gifts of love and wisdom. I thank you for the kind thoughts I am receiving in return :)

I hope you find my tarot musings on The Joy of Gifting of benefit to your life at this time.

Yule love and mistletoe kisses,
Fiona Morris
Tarot Reader, Herbalist &
Holistic Wellness Catalyst

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Review of Leonie Dawson's "Create your Shining Year in Life and Biz Workbook"

It's arrived! I've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of this beauty, and here it is at last. I'm excited about creating the space for myself to get into dreaming and planning for my amazing year to come.

This is my third year using this fabulous annual workbook created by the magnificent Leonie Dawson. If you consider yourself a creative, spiritual, inspiration seeking, rainbow surfing soul, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Leonie's Create your Shining Year Life + Biz Workbook transforms the serious and heavy work of life and business into a magical playground. It's filled with colourful worksheets and monthly planners designed to cultivate your creativity, inspire your imagination, and fly far beyond where you might at first have dared to dream.

It's an ideal inspirational tool for the young at heart of all ages. In general this workbook is one for the ladies, however, really this is for anyone who loves to live light, enjoy a laugh and have fun while striving for the best lived life possible. 

There are plenty of men out there with strong protection against peer pressure, who have the courage to stand balanced in both their masculine and feminine sides (we all have them, male or female) who would in fact love this too. Taking a moment here to celebrate you, mighty enlightened modern man, if you identify as one of them! 

I first stumbled upon Leonie's work when I discovered her free Biz + Blog Star Workshop while researching for ways to grow the reach of my holistic health offerings. 

Instantly captivated by the uplifting energy and joyful colour pouring out of her website, I soon discovered the Academy and signed up immediately without hesitation. I haven't regretted it. I still feel grateful and nourished to be part of it.

I'm fortunate to now be in my second year as raving fan and member of Leonie's Amazing Biz + Life Academy, where I can access her workbooks for free as part of my membership. 

In addition to this, I also receive a whole range of courses, meditations, posters, fantastic resources, and access to an incredibly open hearted and supportive business network all year round. 

It was recently renamed Shining Biz + Life Academy. The name change earlier this year felt so auspicious for me as my chosen word of the year for 2014 was SHINE. 

I took this as a clear message from the universe signaling how on track with my life path I am just now by choosing to invest in and support myself in this way.

Her fun-loving attitude to running a successful heart centered business is such a breath of fresh air. Leonie's courses and workbooks have transformed work for me from a real slog and struggle into a rainbow-filled joyful pleasure. 

You don't need to be part of the Academy to buy her workbooks however. Just to be totally transparent with you. You should know that the links to Leonie's offerings here are affiliate links so I do receive a generous contribution from her as she's wildly generous that way. 

If you prefer not to use these, feel free to search for Leonie's work through your online search engine. If you do decide to use them, please let me know when you book your next holistic wellness session with me and I'd be delighted to offer you a special discount to thank you :)

If any of this resonates with you and you decide to buy a real or ebook copy for yourself or any loved ones, let me know how you get on! 

If you are really ready to take life by the horns, take action to create the life of your dreams and have a blast while doing it, then this is the resource for you.

I'd love to hear what you choose to be your focus word of the year. Still pondering on mine for 2015...

If you're undecided and want to check out Leonie's work with no strings attached, check out her video and other testimonials of the workbook's tried and tested benefits.

You can also head to this page jam-packed with her amazing FREE offerings. Using these alone will blast you into the year ahead on the back of a flying white unicorn!

Shiny shooting stars and wishes for your year ahead,
Fiona Morris, Herbalist
& Holistic Wellness Catalyst

P.S. Leonie's biz support videos and blogs also make me laugh so much. In the links and info below, you'll discover Leonie sharing a bit more about her workbooks in her own words.  

"The 2015 Create Your Shining Year workbook & calendar is an incredibly popular & useful tool to help you plan out & make happen your most incredible year in life or business (or both!). Over the last six years, thousands of women have used this workbook with the most amazing results. It’s the best planning tool available to help you make your year your most exceptional yet! 
Used by entrepreneurs, artists, mamas, creatives, coaches, teachers and women of all ages, the Create Your Shining Year in Life + Biz workbooks are filled with dozens of pages of powerful worksheets & a printable calendar to help you create your amazing new year."  
~ Leonie Dawson

Leonie Dawson is a mentor to women wanting to create + grow massively successful and heart-centered creative + soulful businesses. She is also an author, retreat leader, visual artist, mama and guide for the tens of thousands who receive her free Amazing Biz + Amazing Life eZine each week. Visit her website at & grab your free copy of the Biz & Blog Star Workbook!

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Your Herbal Tarot Reading ~ New Moon in Sagittarius, Sat 22nd Nov '14

Today I'm gifting you with a one card herbal tarot reading to celebrate the new moon in Sagittarius.

The new moon is a time when the night sky is at its darkest, also known as the black moon, so it's a good time to refocus, gain clarity of vision, create and initiate a plan for the next phase ahead.

With the new moon in fiery expansive Sagittarius, the emphasis in general is to stretch your boundaries, take bold and decisive action steps, heart and mind opening wide, exploring new possibilities to broaden horizons, dreaming big and shooting for the stars.

I trust that the card you choose will help focus your intentions for the next moon cycle.

I offered these free herbal tarot readings back in September when I launched my new herbal astro tarot reading service. I've loved receiving such wonderful feedback from so many of you. So I'm considering doing these on a more regular basis to coincide with the new moon.

I've also been delighted to offer herbal astro tarot sessions with some of you already one to one on Skype and in person in Edinburgh during the past couple of months.

These readings come with explanation and pdf of your astrology birth chart, a one to one 90min herbal tarot reading with a high resolution image emailed after the session, and a personalised herbal tea blend based on your focus and the outcomes of your reading.

An astro herbal tarot tea is posted or delivered to you in the following week to enjoy their healing benefits and continue to reflect on what comes up afterwards.

Now on to your new moon reading...


Close your eyes, breathing 
deeply and gently into your belly....

Focus your heart and mind 
on any issues you would like 
support or guidance with 
over the next moon cycle....

When you're ready, 
open your eyes 
and click on the card number 
you feel most drawn to:

Love and blessings,

If you are reading this on the main home page of my blog, **stop scrolling down now** to avoid spoilers of your card reading in the blogs posts below.

P.S. You're welcome to share this with your friends or invite anyone who might appreciate it.

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Your New Moon Herbal Tarot Reading ~ Card no 1

New Moon in Sagittarius Herbal Tarot Reading 

You chose card no 1 ~ Nine of Pentacle ~ Dark Grapes

A woman sits amongst her grape vines, dressed in all her finery and enjoying the fruits of her efforts.

The Nine of Pentacles card recognises you for all your hard work and determination. You have planted seeds in the past, lovingly nurtured and tended to them as they grew over a long period of time through sunny spells and times of hardship, your persistence eventually pays off.

You can afford to take more breaks just now. Feeling stable and secure, you can invest more in yourself at this time as you are supported in more ways than one, allowing yourself to enjoy some luxuries. Be aware of a possible tendency to excess however, but this is a time for you to celebrate life and our earth's abundant gifts!

You may also feel you are in a position to give more to others at this time, knowing the struggles we have all experienced to different degrees, whether it is generosity in the form of material gifts, emotional and moral support, or simply advice based on your own trials and errors. 

The Dark Grapes indicated in the card are symbolic of abundance and fertility, slightly reminiscent of the opulence of Ancient Greeks. In Greek mythology, Dionysus (or Bacchus in Roman mythology) is often depicted with bunches of grapes and revered as the God of wine. 

In herbal medicine, the dark pigmentation in the skin of red or black grapes, called anthocyanins have a strong antioxidant effect on our body's cells, promoting healing and regeneration. These constituents have been shown to help boost cognitive function, reduce inflammation, prevent various diseases, protecting against environmental stress and support healthy cardiovascular function. 

Grape seed extracts have similar benefits. These have also been studied and used to help promote skin healing, support healthy musculoskeletal tissue growth and as a cancer preventive. Cold pressed grape seed oil is commonly used on skin as a light massage base oil by many bodywork therapists.

Why not treat yourself and household to a bunch or two of grapes? If you enjoy a glass of wine, treat yourself and a friend to a bottle of good quality red wine and toast to your good health and success. 

Enjoyment is a key word. There may be temptations to overdo things with this card especially as we head into the festive season, so explore fun and healthy ways to eat, drink and be merry... and share the abundance!

Healing blessings,
Fiona x

P.S. I'd love to hear how this resonates with you. You are most welcome to leave a comment below or on my Nourish and Flourish FB page.

For occasional updates of upcoming new moon readings, soulful self care tips, my herbal wellness blog adventures, holistic clinics and events, I invite you to click here to sign up for your free Nourish and Flourish Love Letters delivered by email directly to your inbox. 

Your New Moon Herbal Tarot Reading ~ Card no 2

New Moon in Sagittarius Herbal Tarot Reading 

You chose card no 2 ~ Knight of Wands ~ Aconite

A Knight strides out his latest a mission, a wooden staff slung over his shoulder, travelling light in the sunny countryside. He encounters the a highly poisonous Aconite plant (aka Monkshood or Wolf's Bane).

The Knight of Wands card is perfect for the Sagittarius new moon as it corresponds exactly to the qualities of Sagittarius, therefore potentiating these qualities of broadening horizons, exploring new possibilities and activities, opportunities to learn and possibly travel for the cycle ahead. 

The Wands suit represent fire, symbolic of taking action, energy, inspiration, and the Knights symbolic of adventure, courage, a carefree spirit. The Sagittarius symbol is a centaur, half horse, half man, holding a bow and arrow, pointing upwards to the heavens and setting sights high

Like the Knight, centaurs are warriors, with a fire in their heart and bellies, ready to discover foreign lands and encounter new and exotic experiences. This is a time of exploration and discovery, a time to be fearless.

A sense of confidence in your own abilities, with faith and trust in the universe accompanies this card, but there is also a warning.

The Aconite plant indicated in the card is a truly exotic, intriguing and beautiful plant, but its distinctive flower on close inspection looks almost like an alien's head. The hood mimics the knight's helmet, suggesting that despite its humble plant status, it's equal to the destructive strength and power of his warrior opponent. 

Aconite is a deadly poison in even relatively small amounts. Ingesting it can cause nausea, vomiting, intense, burning pain, paralysis, heart irregularities, breathing difficulties and even death.

It's called Wolf's Bane as historically it was mixed with bait to kill wolves. Gardeners have reported numbness, tingling and burning of the arms, even just gathering up the cut plant with bare arms. 

Experienced herbalists may use this plant (known as a Schedule 20 herb, not available over the counter and to be used with utmost care and caution) but very few take the risk. It is used only externally blended in very specific amounts with other preparations as a pain relief.

In this reading, the symbolism suggests that mindfulness and care must balance eager optimism, bravery and a carefree attitude. These qualities can make you feel invincible, powerful like a superhero... But be aware of your personal Achille's heel or Kryptonite.  

On the other hand, the Knight of Wand represents an inclination to boldly go where no man or woman has gone before, and provides opportunities for new discoveries and innovations

This card helps us learn to balance our fiery sides with a skillful humility and respect for the unknown. With this awareness, you can safely shoot for the stars and quite possibly end up there!

Healing blessings,
Fiona x

P.S. I'd love to hear how this resonates with you. You are most welcome to leave a comment below or on my Nourish and Flourish FB page.

For occasional updates of upcoming new moon readings, soulful self care tips, my herbal wellness blog adventures, holistic clinics and events, I invite you to click here to sign up for your free Nourish and Flourish Love Letters delivered by email directly to your inbox. 

Your New Moon Herbal Tarot Reading ~ Card no 3

New Moon in Sagittarius Herbal Tarot Reading 

You chose card no 3 ~ Queen of Pentacles ~ Marshmallow

A Queen sits on a bank by an expanse of water looking noble and reflective communing with a soft leaved blossoming Marshmallow plant.

The Queen of Pentacles represents a more feminine representation of the mastery of the earth element. The earth element (represented as the suit of Pentacles, like large oversized coins) relates to matters of feeling grounded and earthy, such as stability, security, finances, fertility and abundance

As a Queen, she has journeyed through all the stages of development and learning of the earthly realms experienced the highs and lows of scarcity/lack of stability and abundance/security. At the level of the Queen she is able to mentor others and become a gentle guide.

If these sorts of issues have been concerning you, this card appears to suggest a new approach, a more feminine approach. Like the soft leaves and sweet tasting soothing root of the Marshmallow plant, the Queen counsels us to take a softer gentler approach to handling these matters.

We live in a fast paced modern world, where slowing down is often perceived as weakness. The Queen of Pentacles gives us permission to slow down. In doing so, we may gain a renewed clarity and perspective of our inner wisdom, reflected in our waters of the smooth still lake within our heart.

Instead of the more masculine and forceful attitude of the King, the Queen's wisdom is in having the humility and openness to receive materially and be supported

The Queen does not take everything upon herself and carry heavy burdens, but has learned to delegate and take healing time and space to gather energy and resources so that she can give her abundant gifts back in return when the time is right... In its own sweet slow leisurely time.

The Marshmallow plant in herbal medicine is one of the greatest soothing remedies to irritated tissues anywhere in the body. Where there is dryness and soreness, it will bring moisture like a gentle balm, whether it is dry skin, irritated throat and lungs, dryness in the digestive system and bowel, this herb brings comfort and relief.

Not all medicines need to be bitter and unpleasant to take. Marshmallow encourages us to sweeten up and soften up and can be a powerful healing remedy where possibly harsher attempts have failed.

This card encourages us to create the time and space to receive, try a more feminine approach, giving ourselves the queenly sacred self care and support that not only we deserve, but need in order to feel grounded enough to grow, thrive and inspire others in turn. 

Healing blessings,
Fiona x

P.S. I'd love to hear how this resonates with you. You are most welcome to leave a comment below or on my Nourish and Flourish FB page.

For occasional updates of upcoming new moon readings, soulful self care tips, my herbal wellness blog adventures, holistic clinics and events, I invite you to click here to sign up for your free Nourish and Flourish Love Letters delivered by email directly to your inbox. 

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Celebrating 3000 likes ~ Tea & Tarot GIVEAWAY!


Introducing a new service 

~ Tea and Tarot ~ 

Not many of you know this about me...

I'm an astrological tarot reader with over 16 years experience. I used to offer readings more regularly before I started my herbal medicine degree, but it took a back seat while I was doing my studies and setting up my herbal practice. 

That was over 9 years ago now! I've missed it. 

I am now ready to reintroduce tarot to my holistic wellness practice in a new form. 

I am now offering ~ Tea and Tarot ~ readings that include a personalised herbal tea blend based on a holistic wellness questionnaire, your astrology chart and tarot card reading.

As part of the 3000 likes celebrations, in addition to a complimentary reading for being part of my 3000 Nourish and Flourish FB folk, I offered a *Tea and Tarot* reading GIVEAWAY to 3 randomly selected people who liked or shared the 3000 likes post by midnight 3rd September '14 GMT.

Thanks for your likes and shares everyone who entered the Tea and Tarot Giveaway!

I closed my eyes, 

swirled around your names, 

and picked out 3.

The winners are....


Gillian Hills

Leesa Macintosh

Nijen Adalet Aksel

I will be in touch with you to arrange your reading, looking forward to connecting with you soon!

Thanks so much to all of you for participating :) 

I hope to run another giveaway in the next few months, maybe at Christmas time, so you may get another chance soon enough. 

If you haven't already found your herbal wisdom tarot card reading, here's the link.

Healing blessings, love & wisdom,
Fiona x