Tarot week five, you get to read for everyone else. Now you jump in with both feet and read for someone else! The exciting part of this is you will amaze your self at how 'on' you will be! Week four was where you begin your reading after familiarizing yourself with the cards. The layouts give form to the collection of random cards and allow us to divine the energies which are working for and against a person. This takes all of the work we have done already with the meanings of the cards and creats a story.In the beginning we went over the 22 cards of the Major Arcana in week one, then in week two we took in the four suits of the Minor Arcana which are based in the four elements; air or the mental plane represented by swords, fire or the spiritual plane represented by wands, water or the emotional plane represented by cups, earth or the physical plane represented by coins. Each card of the suite refers back to the Major Arcana of the same number. You will see the symbolic language tying the two together as we connect the suit cards to their parent card from the Major Arcana. These relationships play out through each of the suits. The suits themselves are also a journey from Ace, the beginning of a new cycle to 10, the completion of a cycle. Now we will look at the Royalty also called the Court cards. Usually represented by the Page, Knight, Queen, and King, these cards which correspond to the suites are read one of three ways. They can represent people in our lives, facets of our own character or merely the energy which has come into play in our lives. I use a clarification card to help me descern how to read this, the end result is the reading is enhanced by using a clarification card. Tarot is a rich source of wisdom and since I have been reading Tarot for 17 years, I can vouch that it is one of the most useful tools you can have at your fingertips. This is week three of a five week course. Each class will be $10.00 per person. This will give you a basic understanding of the cards and a basic layout for you to use. Reading Tarot is one of the most fun talents you can use because you don't have to read for others, but when you do, both you and the questioner will be amazed! Tarot is a journey and I'd love love to introduce you to it! Namaste.
How to get to Mary's
From the South Hill you can take Hatch Road to the Pullman HI way turn left to White Road 3/8 mile on right up a steep hill Left at the 'T' (Cedar Road) 1 mile to Taylor. Left on Taylor (Gravel Road) and 1224 is on the Left with a huge green gate and a 1224 on the mailbox...or use your GPS.
Take the Pullman/Colfax HI way off I-90 exit 279 and head south. Travel about 1 and a half miles to the Cheney-Spokane Rd. Turn Right, there is a gas station. Go 1 mile to Cedar Rd. and turn left you have the right of way but still be cautious. drive 3 miles to Taylor there is a wooden rail fence around some acreage Left to first drive way on the left it will say 1224 on the mail box and there is a green metal gate.