Tarot Bytes Episode 196: The Magic of Color and Tarot with Sarah Potter

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Episode 196: The Magic of Color and Tarot with Sarah Potter

In our daily lives, colors influence our actions. For example, certain shades of orange and red are used in fast-food restaurants to get us hungry…and moving along quickly. Does this same thing apply to tarot?

The colorful images in the tarot deck certainly capture our imaginations. But were the colors chosen deliberately for interpretation reasons? Or not? And what might the colors convey in a tarot reading? Color Magic practitioner and tarot reader Sarah Potter joins me to talk about how the magic of color adds so much to the cards…and how we interpret them.

About Sarah:

Tarot Bytes Episode 196: The Magic of Color and Tarot with Sarah PotterSarah Potter is a professional witch, psychic medium, and Tarot Reader based in Manhattan. She also works as a practitioner of Color Magic, a means of using specific hues of the rainbow to conjure different energies and manifest personal transformation. Working with both private and corporate entities, Sarah has shared the magic of color and Tarot with thousands of clients over the years to promote self-empowerment, problem-solving, and amplified intuitive skills through lectures, workshops, retreats, and one on one services.

Learn more about Sarah on Instagram: @iamsarahpotter
Book a session with her: tarotwithsarahpotter@gmail.com

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



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