January 15, 2021

Mélanie Boucarut

I used to draw Tarot readings

There. I’ve said it. I’ve been ashamed of this my whole life.

I pride myself on being a rational, logical person who doesn’t believe in non-scientifically demonstrated information. And yet, between the age of ~20 until a few years ago, I used to regularly draw Tarot readings for myself to cheer myself up when I felt down. Get me out of my funk when nothing else seemed to work.

With the understanding I now have, it’s crystal (ball) clear what I was doing: I was changing my thoughts, which – if you’ve been following – in turn changed my feelings. When I felt miserable, sorry for myself, resentful, sad… reading about possible futures would help me find perspective and feel better.

When I believed “I’m never going to amount to anything”, it helped me believe “you will meet a tall dark stranger”; turning my beliefs around created hope again.

Now I know how to cheer myself up, and my clients too, with a pure scientific method. A precise process. I don’t need wishful thinking anymore.

It works like a charm. Better actually, than a charm: like neuroscience.

No bad horses, only untrained riders 🐴

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