I’ve been just itching to teach a Tarot class.
I wanted it to be perfect. I wanted it to be comprehensive. I wanted it to be as thorough an introduction to Tarot divination as my Lenormand classes are.
And it hasn’t happened.
Part of it, I’m a perfectionist. Part of it, I have a LOT going on. And the other part—well, the Tarot has always commanded me in a way no other oracle or divination system has. It’s my heartbeat. It’s my blood. I love these cards. I love them. How could I teach them in a way that honors my love for them?
It’s now or never.
But lately I’ve been sorting things out. And on that bucket list of mine is the Tarot class. So I dug out all the materials, exercises, notes, and experiments I’ve been gathering the last five or so years, and I thought, what the hell? There’s about six more weeks of summer left before fall creeps in and the kiddos go back to school. I want to do summer camp: Tarot style.
I’ve created this course, not to be an introduction to Tarot, but rather, to be an introduction to the kind of play and immersion that’s possible with the Tarot. Each day, a new lesson will be published on the site (and students will get this via email as well). The lessons include invitations to dig in, each day, to create a daily Tarot practice that incorporates the cards in different areas of life—from the ritual to the mundane.