Tarot Bytes Episode 65: Lenormand, Tarot, and Oracle Decks with Shaheen Miro

by Theresa Reed on March 4, 2018

65: Lenormand, Tarot, and Oracle Decks with Shaheen Miro

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Tarot Bytes Episode 65: Lenormand, Tarot, and Oracle Decks with Shaheen Miro

Wondering what’s the difference between Tarot, Lenormand, and Oracle decks? Curious about how to use them – or when to use which one? Can they be used together or should they be kept separate? You’ve got questions – I’ve got answers! In this episode of Tarot Bytes, I’m getting the scoop with Shaheen Miro, the creator of the Lunar Nomad Oracle. Shaheen is one of my fave people – you’re going to love him too!

Tarot Bytes Episode 65: Lenormand, Tarot, and Oracle Decks with Shaheen MiroShaheen Miro is a spiritual nomad working with people all over the world to help them reclaim their power through Intuitive Guidance, Energy Work, Art, and Self-Expression. He links his clients to their inner wisdom and magic through one-on-one sessions and empowered teachings.Always on the edge of two worlds, Shaheen invites you into the dream circle, helping you cultivate your sacred space and tell your illuminated story. Shaheen is the author and artist behind the exquisite Lunar Nomad Oracle Deck.

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

xo

Theresa

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Photo credit: Shaheen Miro

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