Mary K. Greer
Mary K. Greer has been studying and reading Tarot for the past 50 years. She is the author of eleven books on tarot and on magic. She was first to write about reading Tarot for oneself.
Mary pioneered what she called the R.I.T.E. method: “Readings that are Interactive, Transformational and Empowering.” Featured at most Tarot conferences in the U.S. and abroad, Mary travels the world teaching Tarot and Lenormand cartomancy.
In 2007, Mary received the International Tarot Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Tarot Studies and is a research partner in Le Tarot Associazione Culturale (Italy). She also received the 2006 Mercury Award from the Mary Redman Foundation for “excellence in communication in the metaphysical field,” and the 2006 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) award for best divination book. She is also an ordained priestess in the Fellowship and Church of Isis.
Mary currently produces “Mary K. Greer’s Tarot Blog” which focuses on tarot history and research, tarot in popular culture, and tips and techniques for reading the cards.
Archetypes, Myth, and Truth with Mary K. Greer
They also discuss Mary’s love of the K-Pop group BTS, and the tarot archetypes to be found within their music.
Integrating card meanings is the true art and heart of a tarot reading. It’s about seeing through to the central pattern or gestalt of the spread: the organized whole that is more than the sum of its parts. We’ll acknowledge the many ways in which this is normally accomplished, while focusing on exploring a few unusual methods. You’ll find that practicing these special techniques results in programming your brain by forming the neural links that are then experienced as automatic pattern recognition–what we call intuition. I guarantee these techniques will take your readings to the next level. Bring your cards.
Second half of Integrating Tarot Card Meanings in a Spread
One of the most mysterious cards in the deck is the Hanged Man, which Waite claimed has, unfortunately, been misinterpreted. Let’s see if we can unravel its significance in ways that bring a deeper appreciation for how Tarot helps us in everyday life. We’ll see what history and modern media have to say and then what the mythic, archetypal and mystical perspectives have to teach us.