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Tarot reader Trisha Parker will give free readings tonight.

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Trisha has been infatuated with Tarot for well over 15 years – most of that time she used Tarot as a tool for self-discovery.  In 2011, she became a student of Professional Tarot Reader, Belladonna LeVeau, and has not looked back.  Having since then earned a degree in Ministry, today, Trisha is a teacher of  Tarot and Divination at Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary and has recently hung the proverbial neon “OPEN” sign as a Spiritual Coach with Top-Advisors.com.   Trisha uses Tarot as a source for guidance and inspiration as well as a method to create dialogue to get into the heart of an issue. She finds the Tarot will show or reaffirm her client’s potentials and pathway choices because a reading will shine the light on where you have been, what is going on now and where you should be going.  With these answers, the future can be reshaped! Trisha often gives practical exercises or homework to help her client achieve their goals.

A classic Gemini, Trisha has her irons is many fires.  As event coordinator for Phoenix Festivals, a five day, four night, outdoor pagan religious education festival held in central Florida, she organizes a venue for spiritual growth for hundreds of attendees.  She also hosts a virtual Red Tent on SecondLife.com where she creates a welcoming circle and presents topics related to Women's Mysteries and the phases of the Moon.  Trisha is actively involved in ministry through the NE Florida Pagan Leadership Collation, a nonprofit created to serve the NE Florida Community through Education, Support, Acceptance, Consistency, and Leadership.   She is honored to have homeschooled and set free six beautiful children and currently shares her home with a beloved husband and 8 year old cockatoo, Phoenix.  

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