Optional dinner and socializing: 6pm
Official roll call and start time: 7pm
“And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.”
~ T.S. Eliot
After several YEARS, we finally arrive at the final step of 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card, by Mary K. Greer.
We conducted a poll to see if this would interfere with too many of our members' Equinox celebrations, and since it did not seem to, we are keeping to our regular date - the 3rd Wednesday of March. Thanks to the magic of .. (fill in the blank with your choice) .. it so happens that this final chapter is also on the Spring Equinox.
And it just so happens that this final lesson lends itself beautifully to ceremony and deep affirmation. So to wrap up, Beth will be guiding us in an all-inclusive ritual intended to celebrate and integrate the skills and insights we've gained in our journey.
If you have been keeping a journal of this work, do be sure to bring it with you as well as your trusty card companion you've been working with. Also come with your questions, comments, and willingness to raising some joyful energy in honor of our completion.
IMPORTANT: If you are a newcomer to our group and/or have missed any of the earlier chapters, no problem! The main portion of the work is now finished, and you are VERY welcome to enjoy the fun!
BUT. Everyone RSVP-ing will be asked what their card they've been working with has been. If you didn't have one, just write N/A or something. Don't worry; you can still attend! If you do have a card you've been working with, please just answer and let me know what it is.
As usual, also be sure to bring your Tarot decks, your latest "show and tell" acquisitions, announcements, tales of your recent Tarot adventures, and other topics to discuss! If there is time at the end, we always love to share and practice, reading for one another.
Please remember: If you are going to order one of Bocci's delicious dinners, please give yourself (and the restaurant staff!) at least 45 minutes, before we start at 7.
After 7pm, we'll need room to spread out, move around, take notes, and work with our cards, safely away from the olive oil and marinara!