Thanks for the link; I read through it, and it reminds me of some of the druid circle rituals I picked up from John Michael Greer's The Druidry Handbook.
Often think about using a little white magic to help/heal people/places/creatures but find I'd have to add so many ethical caveats and codicils my spells would end up reading like legalese
It's like when I wanted to wish for snow as a kid so school would be cancelled, but couldn't in case anyone ended up crashing into a tree because of me. Yes, I was a strange child haha.
I've used tarot peripherally in a few forms of magic in the past but rarely practice nowadays. Often use tarot and oracle cards as a focus on my altar to draw in specific energies though. I do plan to use tarot cards in spellwork in the future, but there are very few things that I:
C) Can't get/achieve purely on my own &
D) Feel ethically fine with using magic for...