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Inner Alchemy Cards Workshop


Fire Earth Air Water Spirit


After many requests for this workshop, I have finally compiled the best of all the years (since 2014!) of my Inner Alchemy Card making mojo into one complete class. Instead of the year-long, season by season process, you can now create your entire deck through all 4 elements at once. PLUS a brand new 13 card Spirit element to add to your deck.

This collage process is all about following your own inner guidance. What makes these cards truly magic, is the energy you pour into creating them, coupled with your personal connection to each card when reading and intuiting their meanings. They become a unique and powerful tool connecting you with your own personal wisdom!





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From my Wishcraft, Create the Tarot Deck

This workshop is currently closed
but a NEW deck is coming in 2021!

To get all the info when it's time, stay connected with me here.






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  1. Is this available to sign up for? I'd love to participate!!

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  2. Hey Mindy! Do you have any spots left for the class?!

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    1. YES! Just send me your email and I'll add you in. So thrilled you are joining! Hope you and your family are well <3

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    2. We are doing well! sent my email via messenger! Thank you

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  3. Oooh I would love a spot if still available. This would be lovely to do with my daughter :) Thank you!

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    1. It's s fun to do together! Just send me your email and I will add you in!

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  4. pjmosca1951@outlook.com

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    1. Great Paula, just send me your email and I'll add you!

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  6. yes please...you know I am always in...pdino55078@aol.com

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  7. would love to join in...Patricia
    pjmosca1951@outlook.com

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  8. Would live to join
    Saranicoleandherarts@gmail.com

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  9. Hi mindy, are there any spots left?I'd love to join.

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    1. Hey Ashley! If you send me your email address I'll add you to the workshop. Thanks for connecting!

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  10. Hi Mindy I’d love to join in if it’s still possible please!
    zoe.goode@yahoo.co.uk

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  11. Hi Mindy, Can you please send me the info? Thank you!

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  12. Hi Mindy YES please !
    andrea.bilich@yahoo.com.au

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    1. Hi Andrea, sorry to say the classroom is full. Thanks so much for your interest!

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  13. Hi Mindy....I've been looking to see if I could find this class. I've been navigating big changes over a much longer time than I'd ever imagined....and it's looking like that will be an ongoing process for all of us (ready or not). I took the four inner alchemy card classes when you first offered them and was delighted. My cards have finally surfaced in my unpacking/moving/relocating process and I was hoping to create and add the Spirit cards. Is it possible to access these without the class...as clearly I missed the class opportunity. I'm hoping you've gathered it together in a downloadable project.

    Many thanks and it continues to be a joy to hold space for your amazing journey... Corinne

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