Tarot Bytes Episode 184: Tarot for Manifestation with Lucy Morningstar

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Episode 184: Tarot for Manifestation with Lucy Morningstar

Want to manifest your biggest goals? Tarot can help with that. Artist Lucy Morningstar joins me to talk about manifestation and how she used her Tarot art to bring her desires to life. Lucy is a self-described “magical artist” and currently working on a new tarot deck. Her renditions of The Empress and Emperor were major players in her own manifesting work. We’ll talk about that – and finding parking spots – in this episode of Tarot Bytes. (Psst tarot for manifestation WORKS – been playing around with this myself lately.)

About Lucy:

Tarot Bytes Episode 184: Tarot for Manifestation with Lucy MorningstarLucy Morningstar helps you connect with the powerful collective unconscious through her art of the mystical archetypes and the Tarot. She is an artist, a witch, and a creatrix.

In addition to being a relaxed and laidback Aussie, Lucy is determined to help others shamelessly manifest their desires and create life on their own terms. She helps people bring their desires and visions to life on canvas through her paintings and art commissions.

She is the magical artist at lucymorningstar.art and the host of Magic for Creatives YouTube show.

You can find her at:

Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/LucyMorningstarArt
Instagram: https://instagram.com/lucymorningstar.art

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



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