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Myth Salon: Archetypes of the Tarot with Dr. Raïna Manuel-Paris

on Wednesday April 25, Dr. Raïna Manuel-Paris will guide the Myth Salon through an in-depth exploration of the Archetypes of the Tarot, including the transformational nature of the first 22 cards of the Tarot that form the Major Arcanas. The Tarot provides the means to interpret dream images from the collective unconscious. The interpretation represents the great movements of a human life at the soul level, what we all go through during a lifetime. Their archetypal power holds both the light and the shadow, transcending duality and pointing us toward wholeness, and yielding a deeper knowledge of ourselves and our personal connection to the world. Her presentation will contain an experiential part where she will perform readings for those attending the Myth Salon.

Raised in France and England until her early 20’s before coming to the US, Dr. Raïna Manuel-Paris was born of a French Father and a Dominican mother. She holds a Masters Degree in Film from Columbia University, and has taught Magic and Ritual and Myth and Symbol for the last 15 years, after receiving her doctorate in Pacifica’s Myth program. She is the author of The Mother to be’s Dream Book (Warner Books, 2002). Her documentary film “The Bridges of My Father” was selected for the short film corner at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009. More recently her scholarly article on “Trauma, War and Spiritual Transformation” appeared in Psychological Perspectives, the journal of Jungian thought.


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