Tarot doesn’t predict your future. Instead, Tarot allows you to create your future. It’s a tool for autonomy and empowerment, for tapping into our soul knowledge, for self-directing our own destinies. All Tarot asks is that we approach it with an open mind and a willingness to be active participants in forming our fates.

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Classes

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Upcoming Classes

 

Tarot: The Art and Skill of Intuitive Reading

Thursdays, October 11th–November 1st  |  6:30pm-8:20pm  |  Portland Community College, Cascade  |  $55

In this four-week class, we’ll learn to read Tarot as a narrative through archetypes, the elements, and numerology. We’ll explore the Major Arcana through the Fool’s Journey, the Minor Arcana through elemental and numerological correspondences, and the Court Cards through elemental dignities and personality archetypes. Designed to deepen and evolve your relationship to Tarot and to yourself, this course will focus on reading the cards intuitively and analytically as a personal practice for self-awareness and development. For beginner to intermediate students, some knowledge of Tarot is helpful but not required. Please bring a deck, Smith-Waite or Rider-Waite recommended. 

Registration through PCC opens August 15th. 

Non-credit community education classes are open to anyone. Find out how to register here. Use this CRN (course registration number) when signing up: 47469

Demystifying the Tarot

Saturday, October 20th  |  11am-3:50pm  |  Portland Community College, Cascade  |  $39

Learn the history and practical use of the Tarot, a divination system of 78 cards steeped in mysterious imagery, ancient symbolism, and centuries of misinformation. In this one-day workshop, we’ll debunk the fictions and fears and discover how to use Tarot as a tool for self-knowledge and personal development. We’ll address the history of Tarot and gain a practical acquaintance with the Major and Minor Arcanum, including an introduction to reading Tarot spreads for yourself. For beginner to intermediate Tarot students. 

Registration through PCC opens August 15th.

Non-credit community education classes are open to anyone. Find out how to register here. Use this CRN (course registration number) when signing up: 47532

 

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Blog

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About the Word Witch

IMG_8786Hi, I’m Claire (she/they). I’m not a psychic. I don’t predict the future. Instead, I practice Tarot as a doorway into self-discovery, into uncovering the deep knowledge each of us already holds within about our dreams and fears, our blocks and passions, our desires and our potential. I read Tarot as a narrative that tells us the story of our selves, that uncovers how our pasts have shaped us and illuminates the path we are currently walking. If the destination is an undesirable one, the cards can provide us with powerful insights into how we can take control of the present to redirect that path into a better outcome. Tarot is entirely about our autonomy, the incredible power each of us has to direct our destinies through healing, introspection, growth, and change. All it asks is that we approach it with an open mind and a willingness to be active participants in forming our fates. More >>