Learn to Read the Tarot: How Pictures Reveal the Truth

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Tuesdays, March 6, 13, 27 and April 3
7:30 p.m.

$25 Members/$30 Friends of ISD-DC

(discount if all classes paid in full by the start of the first class)

For many the 78 cards of a Tarot deck are a mystery. How do the cards answer the questions asked of them?

This four-session class will open the door to understanding how this age-old tool always answers the question. Through exercises and discussion, we’ll examine every card in the deck. During each session participants will give and receive readings. They will leave the class with a fundamental knowledge of Tarot reading.

*Participants must have their own Rider Waite Tarot Deck, which can be purchased here. Purchases made through smile.amazon.com will benefit ISD-DC. If you already have an Amazon account, you can sign in as you usually do, but use smile.amazon.com as your website. Choose “Institute for Spiritual Development” as your beneficiary for your Amazon purchases. 


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About Bev Hitchins

BevHitchinsA professional tarot card reader for the past 13 years and trainer for more than 30 years, Bev Hitchins is excited to facilitate this four-week class, having taught it twice before at ISD.  She has made a variety of presentations using the Tarot:  “Tarot and De-cluttering,” “The Troublesome Fives,” and “Creating Your Own Tarot Spread” and has written articles for the American Tarot Association journal.  Since 2006 she has been a reader at the Arlington Metaphysical Chapel’s Psychic Saturday.  She teaches an introduction to the Tarot both in person and online and a monthly Beyond the Basics Tarot class in Alexandria, VA.  For more information, go to www. alignyourlife.net.

 

Learn to Read the Tarot: How Pictures Reveal the Truth
Where

Institute for Spiritual Development

When

03/06/2018
7:30 pm - 9:15 pm

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