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Oh, Dear, it's the Tower...: Giving Difficult Tarot Readings

Sometimes a tarot reading is a bit devastating. What a challenge to convey the truth and yet remain helpful.

Sometimes a tarot reading is, frankly, a bit devastating. What a challenge to convey the truth of the reading and yet remain helpful? Sometimes a reading is difficult for other reasons: the querent is themselves a challenge. Today equips you for the ups and downs of reading honestly for others. This day is part of the Day Courses for Tarot Learners by Suzanne Corbie.

Time: 11 am to 6 pm


Suzanne Corbie | talks | www


Date and Time:

30 May 2010 at 11:00 am


Full Day



Treadwell's Books
33 Store Street
020 7419 8507

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£45 (£20 deposit)

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Reserve your place via Treadwell's by email (info@treadwells-london.com), or by phone, 020 7240 8906. Payment confirms booking.

Additional Information:

Treadwell's hosts courses and workshops taught by most experienced and gifted practitioners we know -- tutors who are not only advanced in their subjects but are also able to consider their practices thoughtfully and critically. Our aim is to make the study of esoteric disciplines available to thinking, well-read enquirers. You can get details on current events at http://treadwells-london.com/lectures_and_launches.html. We also do tarot readings (http://treadwells-london.com/tarot_at_treadwells.html), and you can subscribe to our mailing list (http://treadwells-london.com/mailing_list.html).

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