Today's guest, Tess Giberson, is one of those people I heard on another podcast and just knew that I had to be friends with them. Tess is a non-binary city witch, retired sex worker, zinester, and folk tarot reader who uses tarot as a spiralic, revolutionary tool to heal the collective. In this episode, we're talking about self-care and community care through tarot, using Patreon as a way to make services more accessible and anti-capitalist, and using your available resources to create offerings for your community.
- Tess's journey to tarot
- Noticing your emotional state as you approach the tarot
- Balancing self-care and community care
- Offering group offerings and group healing
- Using Patreon as a tool to make healing more accessible
- Working with what you have to be of service to your community
- Embracing medication as part of self-care
- Amy's Patreon page
- Tess on Lindsay Mack's podcast, Tarot for the Wild Soul
- Health Fuels Hustle Season 4, Episode 2: An Interview with Lindsay Mack
- Lindsay Mack's tarot course, Tarot for the Wild Soul
- Self Coaching 101 by Brooke Castillo
- Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson
- Emergent Strategy by Adrienne Maree Brown
- Slow Holler tarot deck
- Liberation Acupuncture
- The Firebrand Witch
- CPTSD: From Surviving to Thriving by Pete Walker
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