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Tarot in Story & Meditation: A Personality Exploration

Course Info

Skill Level: Anyone

8 Lessons / 22 Meditations

2 Hours of Content

Online & Self-Paced

Unlimited Access Forever

Private Group: Yes

Price: $35

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About Course

Everyone loves to learn a little more about themselves and how they relate to the world and people around them. This is why tests like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Enneagram Type Indicator are often used for job interviews, at colleges and universities and for pure enjoyment.

Putting pieces together as to understand ourselves better is satisfying. Join us in this course, where we connect to our subconscious and use tarot through questions and meditation to bring us the answers we are looking for to our most burning life questions.


This course was so amazing. It was pack with so many art projects that explore various mediums. I was surpised at how in depth the journey with art was along with how fun it was to exploe the tarot. I knew nothing abot tarot and now I fell in love with it.

- Sophie L.

What You Will Learn & Experience

Storytelling journey through Major Arcana (22 Cards) of the Tarot.
Exploration of personality traits.
Greater understanding of self.
Meditative steps through each of the Major Arcana.
How to rethink identity.
Connecting personality type indicators to your intuitive & inquisitive self.
Creativity through meditative and written exploration.


Don’t worry if what you create is good enough. If you enjoy the process, it’s 100% is where you should be.

Course Instructor

Aunia Kahn

Artist, Author, Photographer & Trauma Researcher

Aunia Kahn is a creative entrepreneur, a mental health and trauma researcher, globally awarded visual artist/photographer, published author, instructor, and inspirational speaker. Her work in trauma research, community projects, and mental health since 2005 was the launching pad for Create for Healing.  She has been invited for consecutive years as a panelist for the Washington University School of Medicine’s MOHOP (Mental Health Outreach Program) and has regularly been a guest lecturer at Southwestern Illinois College, St.Louis Community College and McKendree University. Her work continues by teaching courses, offering free resources, and providing tools to those in need.