Tarot and Oracle readings at local Hospice benefit event

It’s that time of year again:

I again was invited to participate in a benefit event for Hospice, to bring the cards and read for donations towards the organization.

They were holding a gifts and fashion show where the proceeds from vendor’s tables all go to Hospice Muskoka. This year I had requested a slightly larger spot away from the main action, so as to have some more privacy and not to be interrupted by announcements via the intercom and by the music provided for the event.

The library of the Bracebridge Sportsplex proved to be an ideal spot.

I also decided, to bring reinforcement: While I offered to give ~~15 minute Tarot readings, Denyse, one of my friends and students has shown an interest in reading the cards and this was her very first outing to come and help. I provided her with an extra table with a variety of Oracle decks, where the message is already written on the card, so she could let people chose from the decks, then pick out a card and either let them read their message or read it out for them.

She loved the idea, ran with it and was VERY busy in no time.

What decks did she have you ask?

Well, she had available the

Wolf Pack Cards

Wolf Pack cards

The Raven Cards by Gaby Buecker

Raven Cards



the Healing Cards by Carolyne Myss,


10 secrets to Success and inner Peace by DR Wayne Dyer

10 secrets


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and A New Earth by Eckhard Tolle

New Earth

Let’s just say, Denyse did GREAT with her new task and I could just concentrate on reading Tarot.

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I had the Greenwood Tarot,

the South West Sacred Tribes Tarot,

The Druid Craft Tarot

and the Medicine Cards

to select from and surprisingly, this time the Druid Craft deck won out as the favourite of the day. The cards are large and people can see, the images well.

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The event ran from 1.00pm to 4.00 pm and I had not time for any breaks, reading none stop and still there were lots more people that would have loved a reading.

Next time – or next event – or come on out to the house…. 🙂

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