My birthday is in November (hey my Sagittarius sisters and brothers :)) and since the year is quickly coming to an end, I thought it would be fun to get a tarot card reading! Have you had your astrological chart read? I did many many years ago. It’s always fun to see what kind of predictions they make. I have to say — Swati was pretty spot on when it came to telling me about my 2019 life. As families gather for the holiday season, tarot readings are always a fun thing to do together. 🙂 Maybe this will inspire you to have a tarot party before year end! Swati Khurana started her career as a multidisciplinary visual artist, exhibiting her embroidery, drawng and installation work at the Queens Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, and DUMBO Arts Festival before earning her MFA in fiction at Hunter College. She has received writing fellowships and awards from the Center for Fiction, KUndiman, the Jerome Foundation, Vermont Sutdio Center and NY Foundation for the Arts. Her fiction and essays have been featured in Guernica, The Offing, and The New York Times, and recently as a Notable Essay in Best American Essays 2019. She is a founding member of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (SAWCC), a public speaker on feminist art/social media/activism, and her Tarot practice has been featured in Teen Vogue. Follow Swati on Instagram @tarotbooksradio Be social with us Facebook @thisismodernaging Insta @thisismodernaging www.thisismodernaging.com New episode every week!!
Posted by By Risa Morimoto April 1, 2020
Last updated on February 26, 2021
Risa is a certified integrative nutrition health coach and Founder/CEO of Modern Aging. She is also a documentary filmmaker and TV producer/director. Her mother had a massive stroke in 2001 and then was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2009. Her father was diagnosed with dementia in 2016. These experiences are the inspiration for Modern Aging, a place where we can discover innovative and holistic ways to approach our health and well-being as we age.
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