Upcoming Tarot Events Melbourne

The Tarot Guild’s workshops and activities in Melbourne will now be held on the first Saturday of each month at the South Melbourne Town Hall (unless otherwise advised).

The monthly TGA Tarot workshops are a great way to learn about the Tarot and other related topics, and to meet other Tarot enthusiasts. You don’t need to be a Tarot expert – all are welcome!

Melbourne February Meeting

Our next Meeting is Saturday, 2 February 2019 at 2pm

Time: 2pm – 4pm (Please try and arrive by 1:45pm ready for a prompt 2pm start!)
Cost: $8 for TGA Members and $14 for Non Members

Past Lives with Kate Ellis

How to use past lives to help you and your clients

Have you ever wondered how your past lives connect to this lifetime? Why you were born into your current family or why your soul chose to learn the lessons it has?

Share an afternoon with Kate where she will show how you can help your clients understand and help themselves. She will share a Past Life Spread where you can discover more about a past life you’ve already connected with or learn about one which will give insight into current issues in your life and how it can help.

Many clients are interested in past lives and the Tarot can give insight, clarity and wisdom on this topic.

Bring your cards for a fun afternoon and be prepared to walk away with more knowledge about past lives and another valuable way to help your clients.

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About Kate Ellis

Kate is a Tarot reader and teacher who’s passionate about Tarot and how it can help people. After learning many other modalities through the years such as Astrology, Numerology & Palmistry, Kate has always come back to Tarot as her preference.

She has conducted her full-time practice in Doncaster East for many years and really enjoys seeing her clients leave with smiles on their faces and feeling lighter than when they arrived, and helping her students go through their own Hero’s Quest as they learn the wonders of the cards through her classes.

Contact details:
Mobile: 0402 814 134
Email: gentlewave8@bigpond.com

Venue

South Melbourne Community Centre
Cnr. Park Street & Ferrars Place, South Melbourne

Google Maps: Click to view
Melways ref: 2K B4

Getting There

Trams:
Tram 12 – Stop 128 (Dorcas & Clarendon Street) or 129 (Park & Clarendon Street)
Tram 1 – Stop 24 (Clarendon & Park Street) or Stop 25 (Cecil & Park Street)
Tram 96 – Stop 127 (South Melbourne Station)

Bus:
Bus: 236 – South Melbourne Market stop or Ferrars & Dorcas Street stop

Melbourne March Meeting

Saturday, 2 March 2019 at 2pm

Time: 2pm – 4pm (Please try and arrive by 1:45pm ready for a prompt 2pm start!)
Cost: $8 for TGA Members and $14 for Non Members

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The Language of Tarot: symbols, images, myths and stories
with Brian Clark

Tarot readers participate with symbols every time the cards are engaged. Each card invites us to inhabit a symbolic world that values the sacred and the mysterious. Tarot symbols are not fixed in time, but free to move between the past and future, the imagined and the real. They evoke what often cannot be characterized through thoughts or by rational explanations. While they are often indefinable, these symbols are the ambassadors for what is unconscious and unidentified. Being the poetry of the psyche, symbols, images, myths and stories open the gates to the soul. In today’s lecture I will endeavour to articulate how the language of the Tarot and how the symbols of the Tarot speak to us, inviting us into an otherworld of images and meaning. Rather that interpreting or delineating the symbols, how might we let them speak to us?

About Brian Clark

Brian Clark has been a consulting astrologer and educator for most of his adult life. He also is the creator of the Astro*Synthesis distance learning program which has been shaped from his experience as an astrological educator over the past 40 years.

His passion has always been the stories and myths that underpin astrological and Tarot symbols.

Brian has his MA in Classics and Archaeology from the University of Melbourne. He has been honoured with Life Membership in the Australian national and state astrological associations (the Federation of Australian Astrologers and the Victorian Astrological Association) as well as it professional body (the Association of Professional Astrologers) for his contributions to the discipline of astrology.

Brian has written numerous articles and books including Celestial Tarot with Kay Steventon.

Website: https://www.astrosynthesis.com.au/

brian clark tarot workshop melbourne 2019

Venue

South Melbourne Community Centre
Cnr. Park Street & Ferrars Place, South Melbourne

Google Maps: Click to view
Melways ref: 2K B4

Getting There

Trams:
Tram 12 – Stop 128 (Dorcas & Clarendon Street) or 129 (Park & Clarendon Street)
Tram 1 – Stop 24 (Clarendon & Park Street) or Stop 25 (Cecil & Park Street)
Tram 96 – Stop 127 (South Melbourne Station)

Bus:
Bus: 236 – South Melbourne Market stop or Ferrars & Dorcas Street stop

Melbourne, March 3 – Special Full Day Workshop

Sunday, 3 March 2019

Time: 10am – 4pm (Please try and arrive by 9:45am ready for a prompt 10am start!)
Cost: $80 for TGA Members and $100 for Non Members

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Ensouling the Tarot: rekindling the soul of the cards
with Brian Clark

The Tarot engages us in wonder and awe, but also immerses us into its mysteries and ambiguities, so no matter how revealing and remarkable the cards are they can also be unknowable and puzzling. Both the reader and the one who has spread the cards become engaged in its mystery. This immersion in paradox is at the heart of the creative process, which engages the soul through it imagery. The art of reading the Tarot is highly creative, as it involves us in the contradictory processes of literality and imagination, fortune and fate, signs and symbols. In this interactive workshop we will try and get our facts straight about fiction through exploring how Tarot engages our creativity through its symbols, images, stories, characters and myths, illuminating the path from inspiration to enunciation. This workshop will be interactive, informative, playful, experiential and fun!

Venue

Edinburgh Gardens Community Room
Brunswick St, Fitzroy North VIC 3068

The Community Room in Edinburgh Gardens is located adjacent to the old Fitzroy Football Club Grandstand.

Google Maps: Click to view

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