The Cardslingers tackle a sensitive topic of deck boundaries. How do we cleanse our decks? Who do we allow to touch our tools? We get a bit deep about boundaries, cleaning, and possession around our divination tools. Is there
There was a small side topic that was touched on in Episode 32, which made me want to ask a question. Feelings about other people touching your decks. This got me thinking about a situation I found myself in, and I’m looking for advice and opinions.
How do you all reset/cleanse your decks? What is the preferred method of the Card Slingers trio? For example, let’s say someone has touched your deck or, worse - had the balls to use it for reading without consent, and you’re trying to rekindle a relationship with that deck after the fact. Is there ever truly a lost cause outside of a deck too damaged to use?
I have put the deck back in order, smudged it, and put selenite on it. It’s sat on the shelf since then, unused. I can’t shake the disrespected feeling, and I’m hoping you all may have another option I can try before I throw in the towel and give up on this specific one.
Tarot decks we mention in this episode:
Jaymi will add this later after she gets a chance to re-listen. Feel free to help her out (Thanks!)
Melissa: Sasuraibito Tarot
Hilary: Wild Unknown Tarot
Why the Giant Sequoia Needs Fire to Grow
You also may want to listen to Episode 73: WTF, Why is my deck mad?
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