Tarot Class

WHo can Attend Tarot Class?

The tarot reader is not a mystic, not a fortuneteller, and not a clairvoyant. The tarot reader could be you or it could be me, but he or she is someone who has taken the time to study tarot, practice tarot, and with that knowledge and experience, is there to help you relate to the tarot cards and find your own meaning. At his or her most effective state, the tarot reader is a conduit, and at most, the tarot reader is an erudite, someone who has taken the time to learn a field and apply that scholarship to help others solve their problems through an analytical process that involves archetypal imagery.

Why Tarot ?

Tarot is a mirror. It reflects back who you are. It shows you your strengths and your weaknesses. It makes you confront the decisions you have made in the past, your attitude, both good and bad, and how these components have affected your life as you know it. Somehow, just the right archetypes are selected each time to help you understand what you need to do to advance forward. It’s uncanny how tarot does that and I have no concrete explanation for why exactly it works, but it does. It tells you exactly what you need to hear to go on (though rarely does it tell you what you want to hear; such is life).

Tarot is essentially a diagnostics tool for decision-making. I am one of those people who creates checklists, to-do lists, action items, and who is neurotically organized when it comes to charting from any given Point A to my desired Point B. And personally I have found tarot to be an incredible supplement to that neuroses. Hence, I practice tarot.

Course Topics :

Introduction

Lesson 1 : Introduction to the Tarot::: A little history, some philosophy and a rationale.
Exercises : Lesson 1 : Introduction to the Tarot.
Elements of the Tarot
Lesson 2 : The Major Arcana::: Fool's Journey
Exercises : Lesson 2 : The Major Arcana
Lesson 3 : The Minor Arcana
Exercises : Lesson 3 : The Minor Arcana ::: Suggestions
Lesson 4 : The Spread
Exercises : Lesson 4 : The Spread
Doing Readings
Lesson 5 : The Daily Reading
Exercises : Lesson 5 : The Daily Reading
Lesson 6 : The Environment : inner and outer
Exercises : Lesson 6 : The Environment
Lesson 7 : Writing a Question
Exercises : Lesson 7 : Writing a Question
Lesson 8 : The Question Reading::: Shuffling Methods::: Step:by:Step Procedure
Lesson 9 : The Other Reading::: Step:by:Step Procedure
Exercises : Lesson 9 : The Other Reading
Lesson 10 : The Open Reading::: Step:by:Step Procedure
Exercises : Lesson 10 : The Open Reading…
Principles of Interpretation
Lesson 11 : Interpreting a Single Card
Exercises : Lesson 11 : Interpreting a Single Card
Lesson 12 : Major and Minor Arcana Cards
Exercises : Lesson 12 : Major and Minor Arcana Cards
Lesson 13 : Aces
Exercises : Lesson 13 : Aces
Lesson 14 : Court Cards
Exercises : Lesson 14 : Court Cards ::: Suggestions
Lesson 15 : Card Pairs
Exercises : Lesson 15 : Card Pairs ::: Suggestions
Lesson 16 : Position Pairs in the Celtic Cross Spread
Exercises : Lesson 16 : Position Pairs in the Celtic Cross ::: Suggestions
Lesson 17 : Reversed Cards
Exercises : Lesson 17 : Reversed Cards Suggestions
Lesson 18 : Creating the Story
Exercises : Lesson 18 : Creating the Story
Review
Lesson 19 : A review about the meaning and purpose of tarot work.
Exercises : Lesson 19 : Some Final Thoughts
Lesson 20 : Test Your Abilities

  • Celtic Cross
  • Three Card Spread
  • One Card Spread

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