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Creative diviner Tabitha Dial uses tarot, tea leaves, and poetry to develop her personal code.

Poetry written for her Masters in Fine Arts from Colorado State University has appeared in Arcana: The Tarot Poetry Anthology, and in Tarot in Culture, Volume Two.

Her articles on SpiralNature.com include how to write tarot poetry, how to create tarot-inspired wreaths, how to use tarot to uncover your shadow side, and more.

Tabitha teaches tea leaf reading, tarot haiku, and other workshops for writers. She interprets tea leaves while cosplaying as Professor Trelawney to benefit Lexpecto Patronum, Lexington, Kentucky's Harry Potter Alliance.

The workbook Creative Divination: Read Tea Leaves and Develop Your Personal Code includes 79 tea reading exercises designed to stir your imagination, nourish your intuition, and unfold your understanding of perception and individual symbols with imagination and intuition.

Tabitha Dial has written a must-read layman’s primer on tea leaf reading methods that inspires individual creativity and connecting to spirit allies.Creative Divination: Reading Tea Leaves and Interpreting the Soul is a reference dossier of exercises for seeing into your own soul, to improve your psychic muscles, and to connect with the supernatural. Creative Divination is a delightful addition to any creative-intuitive’s personal library.
— Benebell Wen, author of The Tao of Craft and Holistic Tarot
Tabitha Dial’s fresh and modern approach to this ancient art will have seekers quickly finding truth in their tea leaves. Her wise techniques will provide both solid foundation and new perspective to any practitioner of divination and psychic development, whether beginner or adept.
— Christiana Gaudet, author of Fortune Stellar and Tarot Tour Guide
Tabitha Dial has created a wonderful resource for tea leaf readers both old and new. With 79 creative exercises, you’ll be diving into your teacup again and again to see what’s up down there.
— Theresa Reed author of The Tarot Coloring Book