About the Course
Recent scientific findings have established a link between genetics, inheriting memories from our ancestors, and those inherited memories being retained within our neurons.
In other words, a deep reservoir of untapped knowledge is resident within our own genetic and cellular memory.
This master class will address using tarot as a tool for triggering an altered state of consciousness, which can then facilitate retrieval of genetic memory from the unconscious.
We will be using ritualized tarot techniques to recall generations past, to have conversations with our ancestors through tarot, to find out who they were, where they were from, what their lives were like, and most importantly, what messages they have to share with us, for us at present and for their own future lineage.
We then transport the tarot techniques to a different level of genetic memory, one that helps us to access our own past lives.
Past life tarot reading does not require you to believe in reincarnation. Rather, a past life reading can be a fable or metaphor for the greatest recurring challenges you face in your present life and the narrative of the so-called past life will instruct you on the best possible ending for your own life story.
How do you overcome recurring mistakes and finally learn those life lessons you know you need to learn? Past life tarot reading is one of the most reliable techniques for facing personal error because by projecting the story as someone else, we’re able to be more objective and honest with ourselves.
Finally, we will address how the content covered relates to mediumship and how a professional tarot reader can use these reading techniques to bridge ancestral connections and do past life readings for querents and clients. The premise of that is reaching beyond the memories in the personal unconscious encoded within you, to tap in to the collective unconscious.
The contents of this online course was first presented at the Tarot Readers Studio in New York on April 28, 2018. If you weren’t able to attend that event but are interested in the subject, then this course is for you. Although modified from the 2018 Readers Studio master class, the ideas and research conveyed remain the same.
- Contact with your ancestors and through the tarot, to find out who they were, where they were from, what their lives were like, and most importantly, what messages they have to share with us, for us at present and for their own future lineage
- Past life recall to help break current unwanted cycles in your life and to finally learn the life lessons you need to learn, reveal your soul contracts, and make modifications to soul contracts as needed
- Closed-captioned* videos that are a combination of animated PowerPoint slides with voiceover and my talking head:
- An Introduction to the Theory of Genetic Memory Retrieval (20 minutes)
- Instructions for the Ancestors Reading (30 minutes)
- Guided Ancestors Reading for Yourself (12 minutes)
- Instructions for the Past Life Reading (19 minutes)
- Guided Past Life Reading for Yourself (12 minutes)
- Demonstrating Modifications of the Two Reading Methods (23 minutes) [*this is the only video not closed-captioned]
- Final Tips for Reading as a Professional Psychic-Medium Tarot Reader (15 minutes)
- Handouts (pdf and docx files):
- Course Introduction & Outline of the Master Class
- Consideration Points for Card Interpretation
- Ancestor Reading Tarot Spread Quick Reference Sheet
- Retrieving Ancestral Memory: Reading Worksheet
- Past Life Reading Tarot Spread Quick Reference Sheet
- Retrieving Past Life Memory: Reading Worksheet
Closed Email List-Serv Group
As soon as you enroll, your e-mail address will be automatically added to a closed e-mail list-serv or group forum on Google Groups. You’ll be able to interact with other enrollees, practice these readings by doing exchanges, and asking follow-up questions. If recurring points of confusion come to light, I’ll make additional videos or write up bonus materials that will then be uploaded onto this list-serv.
Using Course Content
It was my intention when crafting this course that I convey to you a comprehensive workshop that will be adequate for preparing you to then go out into this world and share, adapt upon, and even teach the content in a way that blends your pedagogical style with the ideas I’ve presented.
So please feel free to use the ideas I’ve presented. Take this course, extract what you want to integrate and adapt into either your personal spiritual or your professional path (both are welcomed uses of this course content). Tailor the content to your unique style and point of view. Please feel free to use these techniques in your capacity as a professional tarot reader, healer, or spiritual counselor, or integrate it into the courses and workshops you teach. Or just use it to supplement your personal and private spiritual practices.
I encourage you to find your own unique spin on the information I’ve shared, create your own unique derivative of the reading techniques, and present the research I’ve consolidated and synthesized for you in a way that is true to your own voice.
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