Summer Solstice is here and I’m raring for a wild summer of sharing, fun, and adventure! Hope you can join me…
Solstice weekend I return to New Renaissance Bookshop in Portland, Oregon to teach my longest standing class, since 1995, Beginning Tarot. This offering is complimented with my preliminary talk, now new and improved with a visually illustrative PowerPoint presentation on The Sacred Journey of Your Soul – through the major arcana of the Tarot, now available as a DVD. I look forward to three days of private sessions with all the wonderful spirits who grace my cards for readings.
Next on my hot summer list is the Oregon Country Fair (OCF) in Veneta, just west of Eugene, Oregon. OCF is one of the best known and most delightful outdoor fairs. Our booth, The Mothership, is the largest crafts booth with five readers, from Astrology and Tarot to Mandala drawings and Dreamwork, and over 20 bodyworkers with a diversity of modalities, including Breema, Thai Massage, Lomi Lomi, Chair Massage, Foot Spa, Reflexology, Deep Tissue, and many more. The Mothership (M-55) can be found off Chela Mela Meadow on Wooten Way, between the Left Bank and the Odditorium. We are open on Thursday afternoon to serve fair folks. Please “Like” our Facebook page and get the latest news….OCF Mothership.
The high point of my summer is the Annual Tarot Retreat, now entering it’s 17th year, shining brightly this time with the theme of “XVII The Star”. Nestled in the forest of the Central Oregon Coast, I have hosted this gathering of Tarot lovers each year as we explore and celebrate our deepening relationship with Tarot wisdom from an experiential perspective. A wonderful organic dinner is provided from the Earth Heaven Retreat garden and camping is free! Be sure to visit my website for more information. You can download the registration form HERE.
As if that wasn’t enough, the next weekend Yachats hosts the Pathways to Transformation psychic fair and alternative marketplace. After initiating the seed of this event with the local psychic fairs I produced several times a year, Violet and Sinclair of Chuckling Cherubs have taken the lead, expanding this exciting event into a popular summer destination for many in the Pacific Northwest. My little spot in the NE corner of the main room provides a warm and supportive space for rejuvenating your spirit. Saturday around 1:30 pm I will be offering “An Introduction to the Petit Lenormand” in the Speaker Room.
SF-BATS has moved to San Jose, California, an hour south of San Francisco. I happen to like this move since it takes me closer to Santa Cruz, my previous home. I have lots of friends in Santa Cruz….can’t wait to get back to Santa Cruz…HaHa. The BatQueen, aka Thalassa, has worked her magic to produce another wonderful opportunity to mingle with our Tarot co-hearts and study a diversity of card and divination subjects. Come by to say “Hello” at my vendor table where I will be offering my book, An Introduction to Transformative Tarot Counseling, my Tarot History poster/chart, the new DVD from my webinar Sacred Journey of the Soul – through the major arcana of the Tarot and Transformative Tarot Consulting™ readings.
I’m so excited to be a presenter at Tarosophy Convention UK 2013 (TarotCon), in the heart of the Lake District. My workshop is “Tarot, Magic, and Transformaton.” What a beautiful way to end the summer season and celebrate the Fall equinox! For my European friends, I hope to connect with you in person on this trip. Feel free to drop me an email and arrange times to visit. (mail@TarotCounseling.org)
Back in the states, I’m offering private classes and sessions in Dallas, Texas. Please contact me for more information about these rare opportunities, or check Katrina’s Schedule on my website.
I am presenting, again, at TarotCon-Dallas 2013 and very excited to be offering a popular new visual PowerPoint, “Sexual Symbolism in Tarot.”
Oracle Soup podcast posts a new show twice a month. Be sure to join Gina Thies and myself for 20 minutes of Tarot and oracle wisdom…second and forth Fridays. Find our podcast archives at OracleSoup.org. Join the discussion and make topic recommendations on our Oracle Soup Facebook page.