Tarot Bytes Episode 206 - Tarot and Reiki with Debra Lugo Pasquale

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Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady

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Episode 206 – Tarot and Reiki with Debra Lugo Pasquale

You might have heard of Reiki and wondered how it works. Reiki Master and Tarot reader Debra Lugo Pasquale of Golden Bee Tarot and Reiki joins me to talk about the benefits of Reiki – and how you can use it with your tarot practice. Learn how Debra incorporates Reiki into her client work and how you might use it to charge your deck…and more.

About Debra:

Tarot Bytes Episode 206 - Tarot and Reiki with Debra Lugo PasqualeDebra is a professional Tarot card reader and Reiki master practitioner based in Middlesex County, New Jersey.  She has been a student of tarot and astrology for over 15 years.  She has been practicing Usui Reiki, a form of energy healing that originated in Japan, since 2018.  Debra’s focus during readings and healing sessions is to assist her clients with tapping into their own insight so that they can navigate their world with a deeper understanding and ultimately take ownership of their overall health and emotional wellbeing.

“My goal is to demystify the tarot and reiki healing practices in order to make it more accessible to all.  I desire to teach my clients that both can be used as a path to self-healing and empowerment”.  Debra’s work is featured every Tuesday on New Jersey radio station Magic 98.3 (WMGQ) and she is the resident tarot reader at Broomstick Betty in Bordentown, NJ.


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



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