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Interpreting Dreams through Tarot with Paula Chaffee Scardamalia

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Did you ever have a dream that left you confused? Let's learn about how to go deeper into our (or our clients') nightly dreams by using tarot!


The Hand-out for tonight's class is at:
http://tinyurl.com/dreamstarot


Paula Chaffee Scardamalia weaves together her creative & intuitive experiences as a dream traveler, tarotist, author, & professional weaver, to show how to decipher dreams & then tell your stories. She is a book coach & creative mentor, & leads workshops, seminars, & group & individual retreats, at her home, online, & across the US.


Paula began studying dreams in the early 80’s. In the early 90’s, she became part of author & dream teacher Robert Moss’s dream circle. In 1999, she taught her first workshop on shamanic dreaming & writing at the Internat'l Women’s Writing Guild, & has taught at the conference ever since. In the last 3 years she has woven together both the dream work & the tarot as powerful intuitive tools for writers. In 2004, she released her CD, The Tower in the Woods: Dreaming Your Creativity Awake, a recording of four different conscious dream journeys with drumming.


Paula is the award-winning author of Weaving a Woman's Life: Spiritual Lessons from the Loom, a book she wrote after almost 15 years as a professional weaver who sold luxurious wares across the country and the globe.


As a professional freelance writer, Paula has written feature articles for publications as diverse as Faery Magazine, Beliefnet.com, First30Days.com & Crafts Business Magazine. She also writes book reviews for Broadsheet, a publication for women who love to read & write about fantasy, & for Foreword Magazine.


See Paula's website at:
www.diviningthemuse.com

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