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Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

ABOUT LINDSAY
Lindsay Mack is a queer intuitive Tarot teacher, and the host of TFTWS podcast.

Lindsay is the creator of Soul Tarot, a reinterpretation and intentional utilization of the Tarot as a non-predictive healing tool, one that is can assist us in differentiating the noise of our mind from the truth of our soul. Soul Tarot is a fusion of Lindsay’s 25 years of experience reading and studying Tarot, her work with her mentor, Michelle Sinnette, her own healing journey through complex PTSD/chronic illness, and channeled wisdom from her Guides. Through her regularly sold out workshops, retreats and online Tarot courses, Lindsay has had the profound honor of teaching Soul Tarot to thousands of people from all around the world.

As a joyful and healthy survivor of childhood abuse, trauma & PTSD, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. It was the healing from a breakdown in 2014 that fully birthed her into this sacred work and onto her soul path. It is an organic part of her healing work with the Tarot, and she is honored to be sharing these offerings to those who feel called to them.

Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast is recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

WEBSITE: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com
FOLLOW US ON IG at @wildsoulhealing

PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

Tarot for the Wild Soul with Lindsay Mack Lindsay Mack, founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul

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Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

ABOUT LINDSAY
Lindsay Mack is a queer intuitive Tarot teacher, and the host of TFTWS podcast.

Lindsay is the creator of Soul Tarot, a reinterpretation and intentional utilization of the Tarot as a non-predictive healing tool, one that is can assist us in differentiating the noise of our mind from the truth of our soul. Soul Tarot is a fusion of Lindsay’s 25 years of experience reading and studying Tarot, her work with her mentor, Michelle Sinnette, her own healing journey through complex PTSD/chronic illness, and channeled wisdom from her Guides. Through her regularly sold out workshops, retreats and online Tarot courses, Lindsay has had the profound honor of teaching Soul Tarot to thousands of people from all around the world.

As a joyful and healthy survivor of childhood abuse, trauma & PTSD, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. It was the healing from a breakdown in 2014 that fully birthed her into this sacred work and onto her soul path. It is an organic part of her healing work with the Tarot, and she is honored to be sharing these offerings to those who feel called to them.

Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast is recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

WEBSITE: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com
FOLLOW US ON IG at @wildsoulhealing

PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    179. Imagining the Possibilities with Seven of Cups

    179. Imagining the Possibilities with Seven of Cups

    Seven of Cups is our card for the month of December, inviting us into some beautiful and necessary work around our own self tending and care. When this card arises, it can feel like nothing is clear, and can really spin us out -- especially if we are really pushing to have an answer, or to know what's coming next. In truth, this card is an opportunity to release the pressure to "know," and open to the medicine of daydreaming, imagining all of the possibilities for our next steps.

    In this episode, we dive into the heart of Seven of Cups, chat a bit about today's New Moon Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius, and I answer a listener's question about how to understand the cycles of expansion and contraction more clearly.

    CWs: The content in this episode contains references to capitalistic structures and pregnancy.

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: bit.ly/3rsSv99

    LINKS:

    Sign up for The Threshold 2022: www.soultarotschool.com/p/threshold-2022

    Sign up to get access to the Wild Soul Bundle sale, happening from 12/6 to 12/9: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/bundle-sale…aiting-list

    Sign up to receive the December Monthly Medicine Missive: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/monthly-med…ailing-list

    Soul Tarot Courses + Workshops: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/courses

    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/ask-lindsay

    ABOUT THE PODCAST:

    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

    ABOUT LINDSAY:

    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 47 min
    178. Letting Ourselves be Witnessed with Six of Swords

    178. Letting Ourselves be Witnessed with Six of Swords

    How can we call in loving and supportive witnesses to our most contractive experiences, helping us to not feel so alone in what we’re moving through? Today, we look to Six of Swords as an Anchor for our deep, continued work with Five of Pentacles (our card for the month of November), and as a powerfully bolstering energy, one that can amplify our courage to be seen in moments when we feel vulnerable and unsure of ourselves.

    In this episode, we dive into the heart of Six of Swords, looking at it through the lens of Soul Tarot. We also chat about Eclipse season, the Sun moving into Sagittarius, and I answer a beautiful listener question about how to differentiate between Six of Swords and Eight of Cups.

    CWs: This lesson/episode does not contain explicit references, but please honor your knowing and proceed with necessary self awareness and care.

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/3CvOXEY

    LINKS:

    Sign up to get access to Wild Soul Holiday discounts, earlybirds, and bundle deals in the month of December: https://bit.ly/3ckTpvz

    Sign up to receive the December Monthly Medicine Missive on December 1st: https://bit.ly/monthlymedicine

    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://bit.ly/asklinds

    Check out our Soul Tarot Courses: https://www.tarotforthewildsoul.com/courses



    ABOUT THE PODCAST

    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.



    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.



    ABOUT LINDSAY

    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.



    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com



    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees


    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman

    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner



    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 46 min
    177. Expanding our View with Five of Pentacles

    177. Expanding our View with Five of Pentacles

    Five of Pentacles is our card for the month of November, inviting us into some powerful opportunities to open to an upgrade in multiple areas of our lives. This card can tend to come up when we are in the midst of a very unclear situation, a time when we don't have an answer, and are longing for one. This month will be a beautiful opportunity to expand our view of things, to open to different or better possibilities than we might have been planning for, and tend ourselves through liminal and uncomfortable experiences.

    In this episode, we dive into the heart of Five of Pentacles, chat a bit about the upcoming New Moon in Scorpio, and I answer a beautiful listener question about whether the Tarot can help us to make concrete decisions.

    CWs: The content in this episode contains references to birth, death, pregnancy, systemic inequities

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/3nO8A5K

    LINKS:
    Sign up to receive the November Monthly Medicine Missive: https://bit.ly/monthlymedicine
    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://bit.ly/asklinds
    Sign up for Rewilding the Tarot: https://bit.ly/3j7cWny

    ABOUT THE PODCAST
    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

    ABOUT LINDSAY
    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 38 min
    176. Beyond the Veil with Three of Cups + Special Q&A

    176. Beyond the Veil with Three of Cups + Special Q&A

    Samhain/Beltane blessings to you, Wild Souls! Today on this special episode of the podcast, we look to Three of Cups as our last and final anchor for our deep work with The Lovers, (our card for the month of October).

    Together, we will explore how Three of Cups can be an incredible catalyst for deeper connections with our Spirit helpers on the other side of the Veil, opening us up to a kind of deep love and wholeness that is always with us. Then, I answer three beautiful listener questions about intuition, ancestral connection, and working through fear with our spiritual practice.

    CW: The content in this lesson/episode contains references to birth, death, trauma, ancestral trauma/inherited generational patterns, abuse, colonization, patriarchal structures, and pregnancy

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/3nCk647

    LINKS:

    Sign up to receive the November Monthly Medicine!: https://bit.ly/monthlymedicine
    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://bit.ly/asklinds
    Sign up for Rewilding the Tarot: https://bit.ly/3j7cWny

    ABOUT THE PODCAST
    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

    ABOUT LINDSAY
    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 53 min
    175. Honoring Completions with Death

    175. Honoring Completions with Death

    How can we let go of old patterns that no longer serve us, and open to a more supportive, nourishing cycle of relationships, creativity, and self love? Today on the podcast, we look to Death as a supportive anchor for this deep and potent work, exploring it as a continuation of our journey with The Lovers, our card for the month of October.

    Together, we will explore the importance of releasing (and fully honoring and grieving) what we've outgrown in order to make way for new, and more resonant processes to take root in our lives. Lastly, I answer a listener's question about how to stay grounded in the midst of a spiritual initiation, and we dive into a bit about the upcoming Samhain/Beltane portal.

    CW: The content in this lesson/episode contains references to death, grief, and loss of a loved one

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/3jdB9Z1

    LINKS:

    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://bit.ly/asklinds
    Sign up to receive written Monthly Medicine Missives!: https://bit.ly/monthlymedicine
    Sign up for Rewilding the Tarot: https://bit.ly/3j7cWny

    ABOUT THE PODCAST
    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

    ABOUT LINDSAY
    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 49 min
    174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

    174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

    How can we radically love and accept ourselves when we live with an inherent belief that we are not enough? Today on the podcast, we look to Seven of Swords as a powerful anchor for this kind of deep unraveling, exploring it as a continuation of our journey with The Lovers, our card for the month of October.

    Note: This episode is a re-release of an episode I recorded in 2020, with a fresh intro. The original verbiage for the episode is below:

    All Sevens in the Tarot represent a call to engage with inner work that often feels like it needs to be resolved externally, with an external action. With Seven of Swords, we are called to explore the ways in which we get caught up in the myths of not enoughness that our mind often presents to us: the fear that we are not okay, that there's something wrong with us, or that at our core, we are fundamentally not good enough.

    Are we willing to courageously tend to the deep internal wounds that lay underneath those thoughts? Are we willing to come back home to ourselves, lay a hand on our heart, and just be with ourselves when things feel tender, or uncomfortable?

    In today's episode of the podcast, we will explore Seven of Swords as a huge and beautiful Anchor for these kinds of experiences, and concrete ways to begin to work with the energy of this card, and with ourselves, in these moments.

    CWs: The content in this episode contains references to extinction, environmental degradation, religious structures, loss, death, illness, trauma, and systemic marginalization.

    To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/30f7Lec

    LINKS:

    Sign up to receive written Monthly Medicine Missives!: https://bit.ly/monthlymedicine
    Got Q's? Ask Lindsay: https://bit.ly/asklinds
    Sign up for Rewilding the Tarot: https://bit.ly/3j7cWny

    ABOUT THE PODCAST
    Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

    Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

    ABOUT LINDSAY
    Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

    WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

    PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
    PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
    PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

    Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

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AlyssaFurnari ,

Wow.

Lindsay’s work is absolutely exquisite, deep, life changing work. My mother introduced me to her & I haven’t turned back. I now take any course that she teaches and dedicated to this podcast. Hands down—if you are looking for someone to really explain how tarot is applied in our lives in a radically inclusive, trauma informed way, tune in and really surrender to this gift that she offers. Beautiful, beautiful.

Banjorino ,

True Medicine for the Soul

As a tarot reader and lover, I came to this podcast to dive deeper into my practice, but every time I listen, I get some much more than that. These episodes are truly medicine for the soul. They are comforting and inspiring on a personal level. Thank you for this gift.

lilith_love ,

Come for the Tarot, stay for the insights on inner work/healing.

Lindsay’s approach to Tarot is brilliant and expansive. In addition to these insightful workshop-like episodes, the episodes where she incorporates/ties in topics such as inner child work and self worth that have been absolute game changers for me. This podcast feels like a profoundly generous and nourishing gift. Thank you, Lindsay

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