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Tarot, Divination, Semantics, Some Antics

22 Jul

A thought to enhance your Tarot voice and story experience.

Semantics are often just that. Some antics. I say tomatoe, you say tomahtoe. You say potatoe, I say… spud.  Some say I channel, I say I ad lib. There’s really no accounting for taste. We are each born to see differently.  All similar, each unique. Your life your way. You say channelling. I say spud. Either way, channelling and ad libbing are simply expressions of how you perform when the mic is live and the curtain is up. What word or words resonate with you for this?

Best to your week!  Till next time.

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One response to “Tarot, Divination, Semantics, Some Antics

  1. pureblessedtarot

    July 22, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    Spud? Where did you learn such a word? 😀
    Have you tried mash?

     

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