23 Nov Tarot & Transformation – Yolanda Robinson – College of Philosophical Study
Our pursuit of information stems from an archetypal want. This want, as mirrored through the energies of mystery and magic that characterized our primordial traditions, gave kind to our Western way of imagining. This program introduces
Tarot as a tool for individual transformation that also embodies a complex and refined procedure of information. It will put Tarot in just a historical perspective and examine some of the big currents that have helped described Tarot as it
is acknowledged now, including shamanism, astrology, Gnosticism, magic, alchemy, Neoplatonism, Kabbalah and depth psychology. As the big and insignificant arcana in the Tarot are explored, college students will satisfy a cosmology that is intimately interwoven with the way we perceive and interpret the earth. Tarot accrues meanings and levels of interpretation through time. It facilitates a further being familiar with of our psyche and of the numinous characteristics of our internal Self, even when it is applied as a divination tool “Arcanum” signifies mystery. This program will guideline the university student to uncover mysteries concealed in just each and every one of us, as we enter the mystical and mystifying earth of pictures and symbols embodied in the cards.
Program Classes AND Topics
Session one: A Transient History of Tarot
Session two: The Important Arcana: Keys — VII
Session 3: The Important Arcana: Keys VIII — XIV
Session four: The Important Arcana: Keys XV — XXI
Session 5: The 7 Airtight Legislation, Alchemy, Astrology
Session six: Tarot and Qabalah: Introducing the Minor Arcana
Session 7: The Minor Arcana, quantities 5 through 10
Session 8: Introducing the sixteen Courts
Session 9: The art of nonsense and earth of the numinous
Session 10: The Chakra Unfold and the art of self-inquiry
Finding out Outcomes FOR THIS Program
Outcome one: To have an understanding of how the Archetype of the Quest has constellated in your persona and in your life’s decisions.
Outcome two: To be capable to obtain pictures from a literal to a symbolic amount that would support the college students map and determine their personal individual mythologies.
Outcome 3: To use divination as an chance to tap into the numinous factors of your internal Self.
Outcome four: To have an understanding of instinct as a learned skill that aids us through our journey of individual transformation.
Yolanda Robinson, Ph.D. — holds a doctorate in Literature and Linguistics from U.C.L.A. She is a retired Overseas Services Officer who has served as a U.S. Diplomat overseas for in excess of twenty-five years. As a member of Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A.), a Western mystery school founded by Dr. Paul Foster Scenario, she has finished the 13 calendar year program in Christian Qabalah and Holy Tarot from this institution. She is presently a non-public counselor and writer who also holds a Master’s Degree in Transformational Psychology from the College of Philosophical Study in Los Angeles. In her present work she uses each the I Ching and Tarot as mystical resources for individual transformation.