Welcome to the Introduction to Journeying course! As with all of our courses it's totally free to study, however if you would like a certificate and tutor feedback, please ensure you do all of the assignments along the way to forward to us at the end of the course (the certification fee for this course is £20).
The aim of this course is to introduce you to the practice of journeying. It is something that has many different descriptions, some call it "shamanic", some call it "flying". It is a practice that, in various guises, seems to be present in a whole host of historic cultures.
By now you will have listened
to/watched the sections of the course that cover grounding and
balancing work. Before you go onto the next section of the course, I
thought I'd add in a assignment at this point to see how you're
getting to grips with things.
As well as practicing
grounding/balancing via meditation, also try to do this via
Welcome to The Minor Arcana (Tarot Part 2) course! As with all of our courses it's totally free to study, however if you would like a certificate and tutor feedback, please ensure you do all of the assignments along the way to forward to us at the end of the course (the certification fee for this course is £12).
The aim of this course is to allow you to progress in reading Tarot using the Minor Arcana cards of any traditionally structured deck.
In order to complete this course you will need to refer to "Quick and Easy Tarot" by Lily Oak. There is an audio book version available for free on our "Publications" page, along with links to print and ebook versions.
Spend time looking through your deck and familiarising yourself with the cards.
Answer the following questions:
Does any suit, number, or figure resonate strongly with you?
Why do you think this may be?
Do you get any additional meanings from any suit, number or figure?
The word Beltane originates from Celtic and Gaelic words meaning
‘bright fire’, and is celebrated by the lighting of bonfires. It is a
celebration of life, the earth is in full bloom and the days are long. It is
a time to celebrate all the you have been given and all you have
achieved. It is also a time to look at the parts of your life in which you
feel less fulfilled and make positive plans to address this. Beltane is
also a festival of fertility, when the God and Goddess join together.
15th: New Moon
29th: Full Moon
Marks the start of the month of Ærraliða.
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