147: Tarot and Life Coaching with J Ryan Kent

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Episode 147: Tarot and Life Coaching with J Ryan Kent

I’ve said it again and again: tarot isn’t just for divination. Nowadays, folks are using it for creativity, introspection, therapy, and more. In this episode of Tarot Bytes, I’m joined by J Ryan Kent, who has been combining tarot and life coaching as a way to help his clients take command of their lives.

Listen in and learn how tarot and life coaching are perfect allies for growth.

About J Ryan:

147: Tarot and Life Coaching with J Ryan KentJ. Ryan has been reading tarot for nearly two decades. He began reading tarot as a way to navigate the process of coming out. Now, he sees the tarot as a multipurpose tool that allows people to map out their goals and avoid pitfalls.

Often, he remarks that tarot can do just about anything. Specializing in both mediumship style readings and more conventional coaching techniques, J. Ryan uses the tarot in a way that leaves clientele feeling empowered to effect change and forward momentum in their lives. Combining the “woo” with the more traditional aspects found in a coach’s toolkit allows the tarot to become something new.

As a queer, pagan creative living and thriving with ADHD, J. Ryan often works with similar clients to make maps of their own and face tomorrow with a greater sense of certainty.

Learn more about J Ryan at The Tarot Life Coach.

Follow him on Instagram @thetarotlifecoach

Grab your favorite deck, put in your earbuds, and dive in!



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