Saturday, April 29th -- Major Art-Cana : Major Art Party
with Anna Toonk
Interested in the Tarot but not sure what it is or if you're into it? Obsessed with the Tarot and want to learn more? This is a great way to familiarize yourself with the Tarot, or deepen your knowledge of the visual language. We'll concentrate less on card theory and meanings and more on the subtle energies, symbols and inconography asking your eyes to support your intuition. In the first half we'll focus on the visual language and color significance of the cards. After reviewing the Majors we'll make our own cards reflecting our visual language. Feel like there is a Major missing? Create it! Want to really capture an intention you're working with? Create that card! You can also update a current Major's visual identity, it's time the Chariot was more then a horse.
A wide variety of art supplies will be provided and zero art or Tarot skills are needed. Participants can draw, paint, glitter paint, or collage a card they feel best encapsulates their Tarot inspiration and walk away clearer on the visual language of the Majors and themselves. All art supplies will be provided, and a variety of decks for visual inspiration.
$35 pre-register | $40 day of
*image by Alyssa Nasser*Anna is a psychic intuitive reader who often uses cards, but is a seeress and knower. She reads tarot, offers reiki, and intuitively channels guidance and delivers this in a loving but grounded manner. When she is not reading she loves to teach workshops making mystical practices available to everyone. She thrives on helping people get where they want to go in their life, and empowering them to make their most authentic decisions. She not only loves this work but has extensive training in it. She completed a one on one 12 week Soul Mastery Intensive Training with the wildly talented Lindsay Mack. Attended Delphi University of Spiritual Studies, completing their In-Depth Channeling program, and is a Usui Reiki Master. Her gifts include clairvoyance, clairsentience, and mediumship. aim to make ancient practices more accessible to people, and explore how they can be used in our modern lives.