OSIRIS: A journey into tarot, myth and story

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OSIRIS: A journey into tarot, myth and story

Time: April 6, 2019 at 10am to April 7, 2019 at 4pm
Location: The Buddhist House
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: caroline brazier
Latest Activity: Feb 10, 2019

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with Charlotte Venkatraman and Derek Bain

Take a journey to ancient realms and enter the secrets of Egyptian mystery rites. Join Derek and Charlotte for a weekend of tarot, mythology and renewal. Help us find what was once lost.

We will learn how taking a mythological and storytelling approach can remove obstacles to personal growth. We will use tarot imagery and shamanic techniques to deepen our relationship with the psyche and the world around us.

Charlotte’s background is in forensic psychiatry and Derek’s is in organisational psychology. They are both experienced readers of tarot and shamanic practitioners. They use shamanic techniques and tarot imagery for meditation, ritual and healing.

This weekend workshop, which follows Charlotte and Derek's popular forum workshop last year, counts as peer learning for students on the psychotherapy programme. It carries 12 hrs CPD (confirmed by letter).

Booking: email courses@tarikitrust.org

Cost: £85 including lunch (Tariki students £55)

Venue: The Buddhist House, Narborough, Leicester

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