You’re learning the card meanings and you’ve done a couple of readings for friends and family, but THEN WHAT?
Does this sound familiar?
You're finding it difficult to remember all the card meanings and info you're learning about tarot reading.
You do a reading and then can’t 100% tell whether it was accurate or not because you’ve forgotten the cards you pulled.
You don’t know whether you should learn the card meanings individually or practice as you go.
You know a bunch of keywords and spreads but you feel like that’s all you can do.
You struggle to practice tarot reading because you have nothing to ask.
You’ve done a couple of readings for one or two friends but you have no one else to ask.
The idea of offering free readings on Reddit fills you will dread.
You’ve tried picking a card of the day but struggle to relate it to your day and don’t know how to fix that or what else to do.
How are you ever going to master this whole tarot reading thing if it’s so hard to master the card meanings plus find opportunities to do actual readings and USE those cards, am I right?
I feel you. I really do.
What if it didn’t have to be that way?
What if I told you that you could:
Never run out of questions to ask
Be able to easily recognise patterns in the cards
Deliver accurate readings in a short space of time
You’re shaking your head in disbelief. How is that possible? Getting good takes practice and practice takes years and years, right?
The secret: keeping a tarot journal
A tarot journal is a place where you can record all your study notes, daily draws, readings, and tarot related activities.
I’ve been there where you are right now. I held off on starting a tarot journal for years! I was the most sceptical and laziest person when it comes to tarot journaling.
I didn’t even do card of the day for the longest time.
I did readings for myself and others and a couple hours after the reading I’d totally forget what cards I pulled. I only ever had a vague sense of whether I was accurate or not.
I had read about the principles of looking for patterns in the cards and how to weave a story from a reading but I kept forgetting how to do it because I would just let my deck sit on the shelf for weeks, and even months, in between readings.
The thing about any skill is that if you don’t use it you lose it! Tarot journaling is the best way to get you to practice tarot reading regularly and in the process, get better!
Are you ready to get started?
Here’s what happens when you start a tarot journal
You handle your cards every single day, infusing them with your energy and really connecting with them.
By physically writing things down you get better at remembering what the cards mean.
You have all your notes and most-used spreads in one place.
You can reflect back upon readings at a later date and judge how accurate they were.
Being able to recognise patterns in a spread and over time becomes second nature to you, helping you to go off-book in any given reading.
You’re able to notice what higher forces are at play in your life at any given time.
All of that sounds awesome right?
This course takes all of the above and adds my secret sauce.
The way I do tarot journaling is not like how most people do it. I do something different.
Are you ready?
I don’t just have any old tarot journal, I keep a tarot bullet journal. A bullet journal not for habit tracking or tasks but for tarot!
Whoa, mind is blown!
Hold up, what’s a bullet journal? Well, the official Bullet Journal site defines it as: “a customizable and forgiving organization system. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all of the above.”
Why a bullet journal?
The best way to learn something and have it enter your long term memory is to:
Write it down and use colour codes to help your brain sort the information.
Be creative because engaging your creative side also helps your brain engage with the content.
Practice, practice, practice because the more often you do something the better you get at it.
Bullet journals tick all of those boxes! They are:
Easy to set-up
Organised and keeps everything in one place
Amazing for keeping records and long-term tracking
And a bullet journal for tarot reading? OMG that’s a perfect match! You’ll have one place where you can:
Record study notes and your personal card meanings for your deck.
Track your daily draws to see how the card meanings apply to everyday circumstances and recognise larger forces at play in your life.
Not only record readings you do for yourself and others but track their accuracy.
And so much more!
Plus, you know, they’re really nice to look at! It really motivates me to use tarot every single day when I draw and write in my tarot bullet journal, and see my tarot practice encapsulated so beautifully in colour!
Wouldn’t you love to be able to do that too?
Give me just 30 days and I’ll teach you how to create your very own quick and easy to use tarot bullet journaling system!
Are you ready to get started?
Here’s what's in the Course
- Why tarot journaling
- What is a tarot bullet journal
- All the tools and supplies you need to start tarot bullet journaling
- Personalising the front page
- Organising your journal
- My index and collections
- Intro to tarot symbols
- Tutorial: How to draw tarot symbols
- Creating a journaling routine
- Your reference collection
- Conducting a deck study in your journal
- Recording your fave spreads in your journal
- Logging readings done for yourself
- Logging readings done for clients and live readings
- Tracking your readings
- Finding more ways to practice tarot
- Tracking your daily draws
- Layout options for your daily draws tracker
- Monthly and weekly forecasting
- Yearly forecasting and tracking
- An alternative tracking system: working with the lunar calendar
- Adapting the system to your needs
- Blank printable dot grid paper on which to practice in 3 sizes (A5, A4, and US Letter)
- 20 journal prompts
- A list of easy 3 card spreads you can try
When you sign up you also get:
Ready-to-use printable journal or planner inserts
20 journal prompts to ensure that you always have something to ask
A list of easy 3 card spreads you can try
Lifetime access and free updates to the course
But Wait, There's More!
Along with this course you'll also get these sweet bonuses:
Bonus 1: BuJo for Spirituality Extra Module
Learn how to use your bullet journal for more than just tarot! Track your chakras, work with the moon phases, and more!
Bonus 2: Tarot Planner Printables
Printable done-for-you layouts that follow my exact system that you can use in your tarot journal or planner without having to draw them out yourself! Hooray!
Sounds like a no brainer, right?
Here’s What people Are Saying about the Course
“I loved this course. I always felt intimidated by the thought of starting a tarot journal. This course made me realize how fun and easy it is, and how creative I can be with it. I have been journaling everyday since I started the course and it is now a part of my daily life, just as I have always tried to do with tarot since I was 15.”
“I have just started my BuJo as part of the course! To be honest, I thought it might be a bit tedious to log but I am really enjoying it! I am writing my thoughts on the card of the day and they seem really apt! Also I do a three card reading every month for myself. It is really interesting how each card speaks to you in a different way that really resonates. The meanings are so easily reinforced and each "random" card is fitting into place. I thought it would be a chore but instead there is a lot of anticipation and I look forward to it.”
“I found one of your articles a while back and used it to start a bullet journal. I was interested in tarot bullet journalling but I wasn't sure where to go from there, so I signed up for this class. I wanted to organize and journal every Tarot card, but it seemed too big. I couldn't figure out how to start. You definitely provided so much information on the subject! This class gave me a clear path and helped me organize my readings as well! So thank you.”
Frequently Asked Questions
+ Do you offer any refunds or guarantees?
If you’re not able to set up your own tarot bullet journal system to successfully practice tarot reading and you find no value at all, then I’ll give you all your money back within 30 days.
+ How long do I have access to this course?
How does forever sound? I give you lifetime access to all modules and any bonuses along with free access to course updates. Plus, it's completely on demand so you can start whenever you choose!
+ How long is the course?
The course is 100% self-paced so you can compete it entirely on your own schedule although it is designed to be completed within 30 days of consistent journaling.
+ What format is the course delivered in?
The course materials are mainly shared as video presentations and tutorials.
+ I’m not new to tarot journaling. Is this course for me?
Totally! Even if you already have a tarot journal we cover a lot of ideas for different layouts and ways to use your journal. Even if you’re not brand new the course will help you up your journaling game and provide you with more ways to recognise patterns in your readings.
+ Can’t I just get the info for free somewhere?
It took me months of research, insta-stalking, testing and refining to create my tarot bullet journal system. Are you really prepared to spend months of your life fine-tuning a system that I’m ready to tell you about right now and in great detail? I’ll get you to where I am in only 30 days, freeing up your valuable time to practice and develop awesome tarot reading skills!
Hi! My name is Mamta Roos, Intuitive Tarot Reader and Psychic Medium! My lightworker mission is to help you unlock your inner wisdom and access your soul's truth through intuitive tarot reading and psychic development. I’m honoured and excited to be able to help you on your spiritual journey!