To abandon the reference books and embrace intuitive practice with Tarot.
It took me a long time to become creative and playful when it came to practising Tarot. Perhaps because I knew it was an important teacher.
My real advancement came when I learnt to combine my past study with intuition.
If you can relate to this, then I warmly invite you to come along. I will share my knowledge and experience of this exciting transition. I will share techniques and approaches that will support you in this process.
This session will be interactive and group participation will be encouraged. Greater wisdom will come from collaboration.
Bio: Lydia Joy Black
A little about Lydia. Tarot entered my life when I was about sixteen when I had my first reading from a traditional Gypsy fortune teller. My love affair with Tarot was born!
I have journeyed through life leaving behind lovers, careers, homes, countries and children. Through all the years of experience, I have remained faithful and constant to Tarot and have been rewarded by the guidance and hope it has shown me.
As a kid, I just loved to listen to my Nana recall stories from her life and times gone by. This fascination grew with me throughout my life, which is why I was attracted to careers in counselling and human services I guess.
Over the years I noticed that people often use metaphors and symbols when they describe emotional experiences. I realised that Tarot offers a key to open up people to explore their life and experience with time tested universal language.
I have been a Professional Member of the Tarot Guild of Australia since 2017.
These days I practice as a coach, teacher and reader. I have developed my own blend of techniques that I use to assist others, towards achieving a deeper understanding of their purpose and to assist them in navigating along their life journey.