14 years ago, I didn’t have a clue about the Tarot. Sure, I played with the cards on occasion but when I watched a pro do a complicated spread, I had NO idea how she remembered all of the information. 78 cards! It seemed difficult and complex.
Well, I’m here to help you. If you feel overwhelmed or intimidated by the deck, Tarot For Beginners is the perfect place to begin. It’s a simple, straightforward 3-part recorded class that lays out how to understand the Major Arcana, also known as the first 22 cards of the Tarot.
There are 3 videos in Tarot For Beginners at 35 minutes each, filled with practical examples and thoughtful questions for your practice.
Part I: From Fool to Lover
Part II: The Chariot Races to Death
Part III: From the Depths, We Rise
Most importantly, please take breaks to absorb the insights of the Tarot. I’ve also included study tips and other valuable Tarot resources, such as sample readings to answer when you are ready.
The Tarot has been here for hundreds of years and will be waiting when you’re ready to learn more. Too many newbie readers try to understand the deck all at once and burn out. That’s why I’ve made it a super easy process so that you can begin to develop a personal relationship with each card. Have fun with the Tarot, take your time and let the Majors reveal her secrets!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- A Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot deck.
- Notebook or computer.
- Time to contemplate and play with the cards.
- An inquisitive, open mind.
I’ve kept the workshop very affordable at $55. Please pay below. Your payment is securely processed by Square and you will receive the Dropbox link within 3 hours once payment is received.
How do I download class?
Once you pay for Tarot For Beginners, you’ll receive the download link for Dropbox within 3 hours. Class is recorded and on Dropbox. You do NOT need a Dropbox account to watch — but please download the class to your computer once you receive the Dropbox link. If you have a Dropbox account, you can also watch the full video there.
Please contact me here with questions. Happy learning!