Tarot ‘Medicine Wheel’ Readings



Denai Grace was magically drawn to Carol Bridges Navajo deck of cards called the Medicine Woman Tarot at the early age of 20.  Training for years to learn the inherent meanings of the Tarot and how to interpret for others, she went on to create her own unique layout called the Medicine Wheel.  At present, she utilizes four Native American decks as she spirals through your present life situation extracting the relevant spiritual information needed to create your harmonious future.  A session takes approximately an hour.  Phone or Zoom consultations are arranged to meet your schedule. $110/  hour

Denai also offers on demand classes for those ready to learn the secret doctrine of the Tarot!

email me: hello@moonflowermedicine.org
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10 thoughts on “Tarot ‘Medicine Wheel’ Readings

  1. peeduxXx says:

    well waddya know

  2. john tarbard says:

    we have been indeed
    separated by time
    knowing only sun up & sun down

    time in this dimension
    is a passage between
    generator operator destroyor

    metronome of this time
    perfect synchronization
    the one breath of life

    this breath is the stillness
    in motion

    check this out

  3. Ellie says:

    Money and spirituality dont go together.

  4. Kathleen says:

    Great site and thank you so much for this information which confirms and rings strongly in my core!!!

  5. Sanibel says:

    Love and Light Destino,

    I was in Belize for an explorotory visit and was guided to go to Caulker Caye as one of my journeys. While visiting I was guided to got o CoCo Plum and your husband was so much in the light and he prepared a wonderful vegan lunch even though the restaurant was closed. In our conversation about the shift of wonderfulness he informed me that you do readings. Guided to connect with you. As we know all is in Divine Order.


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