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Sessions & Workshops
My Personal Journey
Through the Archetypes
of the Tarot
Photo: Rider-Waite-Smith Deck
Renée on the Camino in the Pyrenees between Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and Roncesvalles.
I’ve always been drawn to the esoteric.
Even as a teenager, I was reading books about astrology and past lives. When on vacation in my mid-thirties, I visited an art gallery exhibiting Salvador Dali’s original sketches of the archetypes of the Tarot.
Although I did have an interest in Tarot, I had never really studied the cards. But on this day, I was captivated by the eccentric painter’s interpretation of the images. When I got home, I started doing research on the cards and discovered that the archetypes could be used as meditation tools.
I felt a bit silly and self-conscious about buying Tarot cards—probably some unconscious fear from a past life of being burned at the stake for being a heretic, or something like that. I procrastinated for a few weeks before buying my first deck. That was early in the year 2000, and Tarot has become an important part of my life ever since. I meditate with the cards, I read my own cards and I've often read the cards for close friends. Each time, I deepen my knowledge and continue to learn. Recently, I was recently inspired to integrate some of the tools from my QHHT® practice and offer one-on-one Quantum Tarot readings, as well as Self-Discovery Workshops.
In 2002, I walked the Camino de Santiago in 2002, a 800 km spiritual pilgrimage in Spain. When I got back, I started writing a memoir about my journey; each chapter reflecting one of the 22 major arcana of the Tarot.
I have written 11 chapters so far, it’s still a work in progress. I don’t know when (or if) I will finish it, but if you would like to know more about my life-long interest in esoterism, a bit about my life story, the Tarot, the Camino and my own hero’s journey, I invite you to read the prologue and the first chapter, The Fool—numbered 0.
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