Presented by Maria Luisa Salazar
Moderated by Isaac Mouser
Tarot is an excellent tool for self-knowledge. How we look at and process situations can be well defined with the Court Cards. We will look at these sixteen characters not as people, but rather as thirty-two meaningful characteristics that express how we are experiencing life.
Presented by Brenda Elizabeth
Deepen your skills in this fun and interactive workshop. Learn how to identify your strongest psychic senses. Understand how to differentiate between ego and intuition. An effective workshop with development exercises to sharpen your senses.
Presented by Anne Stern Walner
Moderated by Brenda Elizabeth
In this workshop you will learn supportive words to pair with your Lenormand cards. This creates a stronger message for you and your clients to replay and record with powerful words. I fancy utilizing clichés, idioms, metaphors, proverbs, and quotes to express my thoughts and feelings. I finally found a venue where I could implement them to generate another perspective, viewpoint, and opinion for reading Lenormand.
Presented by Kristine Gorman
Supplies needed: 1-5 tarot decks you normally don’t use for tarot readings, pick the worst deck or the best as long as they have images on them. I am going to ask you 5 questions, you can use a different deck for each question or one unfamiliar deck for all your questions, whatever feels right for you! Pen and paper. All levels welcome!!
*Any tarot deck you have will work as long as it has a pictorial image on each card. (Marseille deck majors only)
Let’s weave a personal mantra for you that reflects what your lovely unconscious wants to say to you! This Mantra will be the best energetic probiotic of the moment to help it all flow toward the evolution and resolution we crave and need. Spark your intuition with this hands-on magically creative exercise that is all about you! Mantra Managed!!!
Presented by Benebell Wen
Moderated by Amie Emberharte
I’ll be sharing my personal life story and why I’m deeply invested in these topics.
We’ll explore the theoretics of exorcisms and find the universal common denominator of exorcism rituals by examining practices from different cultures and religions around the world. We’ll talk about pre-Christian concepts of daimons and demonology from Egyptian mythos, Taoist mysticism, and where these seemingly disparate Mysteries intersect.
Most importantly, we’ll consider the peculiar relevance of understanding demonology in today’s world and why more than ever, spiritualists of the 21st century can better serve their world through deepened knowledge of exorcistic practices and demonology.
(This is not a tarot-related presentation.)