A Jungian Approach to Tarot, Tarot and Intuition, Improving your Tarot readings through a knowledge of Tarot history, Working with your Tarot birth and year cards and the role card readers have played in society…these are just some of the topics Mary K. Greer explores in Tarot master classes for Global Spiritual Studies.
Mary has also recorded classes on how to read the Petit Lenormand cards. Click here for details.
A Jungian Approach to Tarot
A Jungian Approach to TarotJung wrote about Tarot on several occasions, seeing it as depicting archetypes of transformation like those he found in myths, dreams and alchemy. He described its divinatory abilities as similar to the I-Ching and astrology, and late in life established a group who attempted to integrate insights about a person based on multiple divination systems including Tarot…Continue reading ➜
An Analysis of the Role of Cartomancers through Western Art
An Analysis of the Role of Cartomancers through Western Art“Bravo!”, “Thanks so much for organising this”, “Wonderful stuff – great to have the images and video clips”. These are just a few of the enthusiastic responses to this two-part webinar from internationally-renowned Tarot author and teacher, Mary K. Greer…Continue reading ➜
Improve Your Tarot Readings Through Tarot History
Improve Your Tarot Readings Through Tarot HistoryTarot history is one of the most exciting arenas through which to learn to read the cards. NeoPlatonism and Renaissance Humanism provided us with a set of visual designs describing humanity’s role in the cosmos that gives deep meaning and purpose to our lives. From these rich beginnings, Tarot has continued to draw on the most profound understandings of each historical period…Continue reading ➜
Jung’s Active Imagination and the Tarot
Jung’s Active Imagination and the TarotJung posited that the unconscious wishes to be known. He developed a technique called “active imagination” as a respectful and focused encounter with figures from the innermost self. In these two classes, Mary Greer shows how the active imagination method can be applied to Tarot. You learn who the primordial beings known as the “Tarot Archetypes” are in your psyche and how to work with them. …Continue reading ➜
Secrets and Sources of the Rider Waite Smith Minor Arcana
Secrets and Sources of the Rider Waite Smith Minor ArcanaWho actually designed the Rider-Waite Tarot cards? Did A. E. Waite unfairly take too much credit for the deck illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith? In this two-part webinar we’ll examine the evidence. It seems pretty clear that Waite had something very specific in mind for the Major Arcana, so do the Minors belong to Smith?…Continue reading ➜
Tarot and Intuition
Tarot and IntuitionIntuition is the journey from A to Z without stopping at any other letter along the way. It is knowing without knowing why. And it tends to be the main brain function used in reading Tarot. We construct causal stories that jump to conclusions, which we are biased to believe. But how reliable is intuition really?…Continue reading ➜
Working with Your Tarot Birth and Year Cards
Working with Your Tarot Birth and Year CardsSo, you’ve calculated your Birth and Year Cards (Mary will show you how if you don’t know), but what are you going to do with them next? In this session, Mary K. Greer shows you how to take these archetypal forms further, to see how you can work with them in your own life and with a querent…Continue reading ➜