The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sunday, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10 and 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on the Serpent Path Home: Unveiling Masks and Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”   ∼ CG Jung

Why is Tarot relevant?

The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Sundays, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10 and 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Mystic Fool on The Serpent Path Home : Unveiling Masks & Mirrors of the Self in Tarot

“The right way to wholeness is made up of…fateful detours and wrong turnings. It is…not straight but snakelike, a path that unites the opposites…a path whose labyrinthine twists and turns are not lacking in terrors.”    ∼  CG Jung

 

FREE 50-minute lecture with Eva Rider, M.A., LMFT, provides an introduction to her upcoming 9-session online transformational series starting October 8.

 Why is Tarot relevant?

 The Ancient Hermetic Tree of Life viewed through a Jungian lens serves as a ladder for the archetypal Fool’s return journey to source along the winding Serpent Path.The initiatory paths of the 22 tarot cards of the Major Arcana symbolize the masks we wear and the mirrors we encounter as we face shadows in our evolving selves.

In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

The Fool is an apt symbol of the journeying Self in each of us. Our individual pathways are unique but we must each undergo initiations of the Collective that lead us from folly to wisdom.

Exploring and dreaming into the archetypes represented by these “keys” reveals the alchemical processes that are embedded and alive in the Tree of Life and in our lives. When we invite dream, imagination, focus and play, and embodiment of these archetypal images, we are accessing the power of the collective and bringing the energies into matter, thus opening to the Soul’s journey to Self.

Join Eva Rider in a 10-week adventure, traveling with the mystic fool, uncovering the masks and mirrors of the Self on the pathways to home.

Access the Free Intro Lecture at http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com

Dates:
Free Introductory session Sunday, October 1, 2017, 1:30-3:00 pm (PST); 9 live teaching sessions Sundays, 1:30-3:30 pm (PST), October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 12, 19, December 3, 10 and 17, 2017. All classes will be recorded.

The Sacred Triangle: Gateway into Creativity

Eva Rider
October 17-18, 2014

The Symbol of the triangle is the basic building block that describes the creative process in the transformation of consciousness. It forms the basis of Jung’s concept of the “tension of the opposites” and the “third” “Transcendent Function” which deposits us on a plane greater than the sum of its parts.
This experiential workshop will provide an opportunity for deep exploration into the Triangle, its meaning as symbol and its manifestation in our lives. Exploring personal stories, dreams, enactment, bodysoul movement, music and art we will journey together to understand how insurmountable paradoxes of life can and do catalyze the process of integration and transform consciousness. The glyph of the Hermetic Tree of Life, will provide the scaffolding on which we will examine this alchemical process. We will take home a new found connection to ourselves and a deepened understanding of the power of creative process in our lives.

Dates:
October 17-18, 2014, Friday 7-9 pm, Saturday noon-6:00 pm

How to Register:

http://www.reclaimingsoul.com and click on workshops, call Eva at 831-427-9108 or email evarider@reclaimingsoul.com

Accommodations:

Contact Eva Rider at http://www.reclaimingsoul.com

Fees:

$180 if registered by September 15; $210 after September 15 (fee includes all art materials)