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Natural Awakenings Fairfield Cty/Housatonic Valley, CT

Tarot Card Series Starting in Stamford

Oct 03, 2018 05:48PM

Starting October 2, The Sacred Spirit will host an eight-week course, Learn Tarot and Learn More about Yourself. The Tuesday course will take place from 7 to 9pm at The Sacred Spirit in Stamford.

    Geared toward those who want to read tarot cards professionally, the class is also for those who are simply curious and interested to learn more about the wisdom to be found in the cards. You will learn how to use the ancient wisdom of the tarot to help yourself and others. The series will cover card meanings and interpretations, using your intuition to discern a story, and sample spreads and practice with other decks.

The cost is $50 per class. Space is limited.

The Sacred Spirit is a gift shop offering many tools for personal and spiritual growth in addition to evidential readings and various energy healing modalities. Sacred Spirit offerings include a full line of Ohempo products (CBD-infused products), artwork, candles, décor, crystals, prayer beads, pendants, jewelry, tarot and oracle cards and more. Readers and healers are also available by appointment for intuitive, psychic and grief readings; tarot; palmistry; mediumship; Reiki; energy, crystal, pendulum and sound healing; past life regression and restructuring. Walk-ins are welcome on weekends only. All readers and healers have a minimum of three years of experience.

The Sacred Spirit is open Tuesday through Saturday in the afternoons, but daily hours vary so please check the website before visiting. Saturday hours are 11am to 4pm. 

For more information and to reserve a spot in the tarot series, call 203-344-9311. Location: 135 Clover Hill Dr, Stamford. See ad, page 53. 

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