Sarah holds a degree in Art History from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There she focused her studies in symbolism, allegory, philosophy and world religions. Sarah trained in the fine arts for ten years, with a specific love for illustration, place making and altar creation. She is well versed in teaching archetypal symbolism and storytelling for personal reflection via Tarot and Astrology, both of which she has been studying and reading for over 20 years.
Sarah feels that the Tarot is an excellent tool for self reflection to gain a deeper understanding of the energetic influences within one’s self and without. She works with the Tarot as one would work with a dear friend, to understand the relationships one has with the five elements and seven directions:
- The Physical (Earth – North)
- The Mental (Air – East)
- The Emotional (Water – West)
- The Motivational (Fire – South)
- The Spiritual (Spirit – Life Force)
- Above (The Mystery of Goddess/God/Universe)
- Below (Ancestors)
- Center (Self – Ego)
Sarah’s discipline with the Tarot comes from regular readings for herself, global and planetary situations, friends, students and family. She lays unique spreads geared toward the questions and reflections of the querent, a reading can be anywhere from 5 – 25 cards depending on how the conversation progresses.
It is important for those interested in a reading to be open, honest and in dialog. This is the only way the cards will offer the most insight. And know that Sarah holds this is sacred confidentiality always.