Connect to the Tarot Level I: Learn to Read Tarot Systematically and Intuitively with Qabalistic Philosophy
Are you intrigued, fascinated, or drawn to the Tarot? Are you a beginner, intermediate or even a seasoned reader looking to learn more? Do you wish to connect to your Tarot deck in a way that brings Wisdom and Spirit into your practice? This course is for anyone who answered Yes.
“There is only 1 Tarot, all the different decks are simply different windows into it.”
In this 2-day workshop, students will learn:
A brief history of the Tarot
The Connection of Tarot to Magic
The significance of the Qabalistic Tree of Life
The Four Levels of Consciousness in the Tarot
How to gain Wisdom and Healing from the cards themselves
Basic Tarot Spreads: signifiers, reversals, three-cards, the Celtic Cross
Students will experience:
A thorough connection to every card in the deck
Access to an oral tradition of depth and relevance
A “Path-working” Journey through the key lessons of the Major Arcana
A mystery tradition with a grounded and holistic purpose
What Students Need (or might want) for the Course:
Students are required a Rider-Waite-Smith style Tarot Deck: there will be an opportunity to purchase a deck if they do not have one already.
Students can also bring other decks, notebooks, and personal supplies like Tarot bags or reading cloths
Students will have an opportunity to buy a selection of Tarot decks, oracles, and books directly at the workshop
***Receive HKD 500 discount when you book for Level 1 and Level 2 ( to be held on 23rd and 24th of November, 2020) together, for total of HKD 6,750.
Facilitated by Dr. Peter Duchemin
Dr. Peter Duchemin is an engaging and approachable guide to the magic and mystery of the Tarot cards. He is an internationally recognised artist and philosopher of Tarot and Magick with an PhD in interdisciplinary magical traditions. He has 25+ years practical experience with the Qabalistic Tarot, and has knowledge of sacred traditions from all over the world. He has performed and taught across five continents.