WELCOME TO MY TAROT COURSES
I teach people to read the Tarot intuitively, even without prior knowledge.
You will discover the same card evokes different emotions and sensations in each of us and this is precisely the concept on which my system and natural approach is based.
For my course, I use the Tarot de Marseille by Jodorowsky, one of the oldest known decks. The Tarot deck was probably invented in northern Italy in the 15th century and introduced into southern France when the French conquered Milan and Piedmont in 1499. Feel free to use your favourite deck. More info about Tarot of Marseille click here.
HOW IT WORKS
My course consists of one on one lessons through Zoom. I will be your personal instructor, taking you step by step along your tarot journey. You will have my undivided attention.
Once you have booked your session in, we will get in touch to organise a date and time.
My Working hours are Monday to Friday from 10am to 7.30pm. I will work with you to find a suitable schedule
You will receive a PDF at the end of each lesson.
Certificate of completion.
Have a notebook and your own Deck Cards
The tarot is a pack of playing cards, used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play games such as Italian tarocchini and French tarot. In the late 18th century, it began to be used for divination in the form of tarotology/cartomancy.
Most classic Tarot decks are comprised of 78 cards, divided into a Major Arcana (22 cards) and a Minor Arcana (56 cards). The Major Arcana cards, also called trump cards, are important because they represent significant life events on a large scale, or they can stand for literal people in your life -- sometimes you'll draw a card that even resembles the person in question!
The first documented tarot packs were recorded between 1430 and 1450 in Milan, Ferrara and Bologna when additional trump cards with allegorical illustrations were added to the common four-suit pack. These new decks were called carte da trionfi, triumph cards, and the additional cards known simply as trionfi, which became "trumps" in English. These cards are documented in a written statement in the court records in Florence, in 1440. The oldest surviving tarot cards are from fifteen decks painted in the mid 15th century for the Visconti-Sforza family, the rulers of Milan. During the 16th-century, a new game played with a standard deck but sharing the same name (triomphe) was quickly becoming popular. This coincided with the older game being renamed tarocchi.
THE MAJOR ARCANA
The Major Arcana of the Tarot ( click here if you want read more about the history of Tarot), initially used as a simple card game, are actually depictions of images that speak to the unconscious of each of us, thanks to the symbols and archetypal figures depicted in them.
This Course is a guide using the Tarot as a mirror through which we can look at the state of our awareness of the world as it is today. It offers a new perspective on the challenges that face us. This is an opportunity to go deeper into the symbology of the deck, as well as learn about tarot reading as a time-honored tradition.
THE MINOR ARCANA
While the Major Arcana expresses universal themes, the Minor Arcana brings those themes down into the practical arena to show how they operate in daily events. The minor arcana cards represent the concerns, activities and emotions that make up the dramas of our everyday lives. There are 56 cards in the minor arcana divided into four suits: Wands, Cups, Swords and Coins/Pentacles. Each of these suits stands for a particular approach to life.
All the Minor Arcana cards are link to love and relationships, family, career, money, health, spirituality.