Past Life Readings


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Past Life Readings

Reincarnation is a belief in resurrection of one’s soul, in other words, when people die, their bodies decompose but their souls are reborn into other bodies. It is said that the human subconscious always keeps some dim memories of previous lives. However, only three percent of people can bring back memories. By asking questions, one can tap into this subconscious that keeps records of the past.

Below is a simple exercise that one can do with Tarot cards to help with past life regression. It is quite fun to do, and I suggest giving it a try.

Shuffle your deck thoroughly, drawing four cards. Place these cards in a line in front of you, left to right. Here are positions to give each card.

Card 1 – Is your setting. This card will tell you about the place you were during the past life that you are remembering at the moment.

Card 2 – Is your occupation. This is the job that you performed on a daily basis.

Card 3 – Is your achievement. This is the “bigger” achievement that you had during this particular lifetime.

Card 4 – Is the lesson that you learned during that lifetime.

I encourage you to record your findings in a journal, and look for patterns in each regression that you do with the cards. When they start repeating themselves you can then count how many times you have lived before. It is also always interesting to see what traits and personalities that you brought with you into the life that you live now.

If anyone is interested in me giving you a past life reading, please contact me at The cost is on special for Memorial Day weekend. $25.00.
I will need your date of birth, sex, and what your favorite color is so that I can tune my cards into reading for you. 🙂

Have a blessed day.
X Bridgett


Let the 30 Day Tarot Challenge Begin!



Take the 30 Day Tarot Challenge

Click on the link above (in menu at the top) to enter the forum for this challenge. In order to be eligible to get your name in the drawing (winner receives vibrant visions oracle deck free), you have to participate in each of the days challenges, and do the assignments. They aren’t big, and only take a short amount of time. You also have to join my facebook page Tarot Perceptions, and follow this blog.

The lessons are free of charge. They have been used by me for many years, and I find them very useful. They are not my own creation, but given to me to use through different workshops that I have been to. Please leave them inside the forum, and do not attempt to make profit from them! They are only for those who are honest, and really want to learn to read the Tarot intuitively. Have fun & take lesson one in honor of National Tarot Day!

Get yourself a new pen, a deck of cards, and a journal dedicated to the challenge … begin

x Bridgett

The Importance of One





When one looks through their Tarot deck, there are many things to see. But one in particular thing that we should pay close attention to are the numbers on the cards. They really do mean something, they weren’t just added there to help put your cards in order. 😛

Numbers play an important part in understanding the symbolism in each Tarot card. In all four suits of the cards, the Ace ( 1 ) represents a beginning, something new, and fresh.

Lately when I do readings for myself, the Ace of Wands makes it’s way into the spread. I have been fired up, and eager to create inspiring new oracle cards. The Ace of Wands is representing my eagerness to create something new, and express myself. It is always about passion and feeling ready to do something, not later, but now.

When a sapling makes it’s way to the surface of the earth, it reaches as high toward the sun as it can. It has no sense of feeling like a baby tree, it feels big and ready to tackle the growing process. It wants us to take notice of it, and it’s willpower. The Ace is just the beginning of what is to come, just as a sapling is the beginning of a unique tree that will be seen for years.


An artist paints their passions onto canvas. One small idea they dreamed, becomes a complete painting that can be enjoyed by others for years to come. Many artists do not become famous until they pass on to the next life, but their essence remains in their art. They too were inspired, and had a beginning to each and every piece of work. Just as one begins counting, we have to start with number one in order to get to one hundred! Don’t over look the importance of this number, for it would be greatly missed if it were taken out of the number system. Can you imagine a Tarot deck without the aces?


When looking forward to financial gain, or material gain, the Ace of Coins is always a welcomed card. Or when you are confused and don’t know where to start in your troubled relationship, the Ace of Swords is there to tell you that you need to communicate with one another. Silence is not always golden! If one has been troubled emotionally for a long time, their reward is the Ace of Cups. It represents a peace offering for them, and a chance at a new beginning.

There are many other ways to read the Aces as they appear in a reading, depending on the card combinations that they appear in, but the purpose of this article was to bring in perspective the importance of the number one in your Tarot deck. Sometimes it can simply be a reminder to slow down and start again! Whatever it’s message, don’t ignore it. It will keep appearing in your spreads until you take a step forward. 🙂

May 25 – National Tarot Day – Celebrate




What are you going to do this year to celebrate National Tarot Day?? Some of us will go out and buy a new deck of cards. Some will offer free readings. Or our friend, Rootweaver here, will be releasing her new Lenormand deck !! How cool is that ?

I have decided that my personal celebration will be to educate those who know little about Tarot, or those who want to learn more intuitive style reading, by offering my very own 30 Day Tarot Challenge! 

I am in the midst of preparing it right now. It is taking a bit of work, and much typing, but I am sure that it will be of great value to all those interested, and best of all anyone can join, and it’s FREE!

I challenge you to give yourself to me, and the Tarot for 30 days – deck, pen and journal in hand, and a commitment to dedicate yourself to the challenge. 🙂

I will give all those wanting to join in on the fun more information on May 25, 2013 – in honor of National Tarot Day. So keep your ears open, and your eyes on The Tarot Taxi.

Let’s create a wonderful environment of like minded people and get to know each other a bit while completing a really cool challenge. Those who participate the most will be entered into a drawing for my own creation of the Lenormand deck – Vibrant Visions. 

Spread the word folks, and don’t forget a bottle of wine.

Talk soon ….. STAY TUNED. x Bridgett

A Healing Message – 3 of swords




Legacy of the Divine Tarot by Circo Marchetti

When one sees the three of swords come up in a reading, their first reaction is usually, “yikes,” or “yep, I knew that already.” This card is not to be taken lightly. Of course you knew that already!

Look at the image in this card. This sort of pain doesn’t just happen over night.

It is usually a good indication that one has been hurting for quite a while, and that they are probably in denial.

Even if it’s not what one wants to hear, they need to. You are actually doing them a favor by helping them prepare for what they already know is inevitable. Just keep your heart in hand, because your compassion as a reader will make all the difference in the world to them.

  • Legacy of the Divine Tarot, By Ciro Marchetti is a fascinating deck. It’s image in the three of swords is of a woman who is already very aware that she is hurting. She’s already gone through the majority of the grieving process, and for her, this card in the deck is sort of a card that says, “I understand. I see what you are going through. You will be ok. You’re not alone.” The good news is, after all the tears and all the pain, comes acceptance. This card is showing your client that it wasn’t all in their head, what they feel is very real, and a normal part of life.

If you turn the three of swords upside down for a moment, you will begin to almost “feel” the heart starting to heal.

The swords are heavy, and so is the grief. Soon gravity is going to release these swords from the heart, and from that moment on it can begin to recover.

It will not be easy, but if you accept that the pain is real, and that it’s going to take time to heal, you will be that much closer to feeling whole again. You have survived your own personal tragedy. No matter how big or small it is to someone else, it is your victory. See how strong you are? 😀

I usually do a follow up with my client to make sure that they are doing fairly well. I don’t know about you, but I do what I do because I believe in the power of light, and love.
I take others feelings very seriously. I like to help point them to the light at the end of the tunnel. I know all too well the agonies of life.

Remember what I said before; the power of a smile is awesome! If you don’t believe me, walk into a room and smile at someone. I bet they smile back! Smiles are contagious and they somehow lift the heaviness from ones heart. Even if one can not see your face, they can hear your smile in your voice!
x- Bridgett






Word Press Headache


Ok, so I decided to take my same address as blogger and make a word press page with it, so that it would be mine and only mine. I’m greedy like that. =)~

Here is what I found out while messing around with it ALL DAY, yikes, nothing else got done. 


I like that I can add authors on it, and let them post freely. That’s a cool feature.

I like that I can add a gadget for flicker.

I like that I can click a button and have everything that I type on this blog go to that one too. That is awesome!

I like that I can add a form in my post. That is a neat advantage, especially if someone needs to contact you quickly.

Don’t Likes:

I don’t like that you have to choose from their templates unless you’re super tech savvy or you purchase your blog for a year to update and customize it the way you want it to be. With Blogger, you can do it all! I change my backgrounds when I want, my heading image, size, pictures, everything. Way better at blogger for appearance sake.

I don’t like the dashboard. It’s crazy and a bit confusing compare to blogger. Call me partial, but …. at least on blogger the things you click on aren’t totally useless without an upgrade. Just sayin.

Nothing is free – ever. Sad, but true.

With all that said – hope my ramblings help someone decide which is more user friendly.

x Bridgett

Clubs, I mean ….



Tarot Quick Fact: Early card decks from Spain featured four suites: coins, cups, swords, and polo sticks. Bet you’re giggling about the polo stick huh? I did too.

When these cards turned up in Europe around 1375, Europeans, who enjoyed a good card game never heard of a polo stick. Therefore they used “wands.”

Many Tarot decks reserve these suit names. With a modern deck of regular playing cards, these suits are as follows: diamonds, hearts, spades and clubs.

Can you imagine how drunk one would get at a card game if every time someone slipped up and said clubs instead of polo sticks? Would be an interesting way to liven things up now wouldn’t it? 🙂