Happy Equinox! To celebrate, and since the last workshop sold out pretty fast, I’m adding another Intuitive Tarot Workshop on Saturday, October 27th in Brooklyn.
More infos below:
Intuitive Tarot Reading Workshop with Laetitia
Date: Saturday, October 27th
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Location: Private Studio ( Brooklyn, 11218)
Tickets: Click Here : https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3631654
As an experienced tarot reader, Laetitia is a firm believer in the empowering nature of the Tarot as a a visual tool to help us bring clarity to the complexity of life, providing information and insights to decisions were facing, or shining a light on options that we might not have considered.
In this class, Laetitia will present a variety of simple techniques that will help you to read card without the help of your beloved tarot books by developing your intuitive abilities. After a historic overview of the tarot and their basic organization, attendees will learn to unpack their own symbolic values, and how to connect deeply with the visual archetypes of each cards. Together, we'll learn how to weave a story out of the cards' different meanings, and will explore different ways to create spreads that resonate with your query.
This class is a beginner to intermediate level, everybody is welcome! Students are not required to bring their own tarot decks but feel free to bring them and show off what you have! We'll work mainly with the Rider Waite Smith deck, but also with more abstract decks such as the Khan & Selesnick "Carnival of the End of the World" and the Tarot de Marseille.
French born Laetitia Barbier is a professional tarot reader and an independent scholar. She has worked with Morbid Anatomy since 2010, and was programming director and head librarian at the shuttered Morbid Anatomy Museum, in Brooklyn. Laetitia has a deep fascination with the tarot, its history and iconography, a passion she shares through her Instagram @laetitia.cartomancy. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
More infos on www.laetitiacartomancy.com
Image: Sola Busca Tarocchi, Late 15th Century, Italy