Lynda Martin, MS

Lynda Martin has studied the Major Arcana for 40 years and has taught since 2001. She encourages students to paint the cards and meditate while looking at them. Flashes of insight and healing often result from this deep study.

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Lynda Martin
, MS began her Tarot studies by painting cards designed by her teacher, Ruth Blighton, whose tarot training included BOTA. Lynda was part of a Hermetic Christian Order for 12 years. At the age of 42, she traced and painted a teaching set of Mother Ruth’s cards, meditating on each one. It took seven years. At the end of that time, she was ordained a priest, then a teacher, in the oral Christian tradition. She and her husband, who is trained in the same tradition, live in Atlanta, Georgia and have their office in a part of town know as Brookhaven in the oldest house in the metro area. Their company, Goodwin Growth Works, is named after the builders of that house – Lynda’s great-great-great grandparents. Both Lynda and Jim are spiritual directors; he is also a psychotherapist.

Lynda earns her living as a business coach, helping business owners grow their companies sanely. She considers working so directly with the world of business as a rigorous spiritual exercise. The wisdom of the Tarot infuses and informs that work. Her business background includes marketing and sales in the staffing industry, as well as project management for technology implementations.

Her masters’ degree is from Georgia State University in Human Resources Development. Undergraduate studies began at Wellesley College and were completed at the Holy Order of MANS seminary. She has practiced and studied with Hindu, Buddhist and Sufi teachers. Most recently she completed a four-year apprenticeship in The Order of the Red Hand, Star Clan, Eastern Branch of the Muskogee and is currently part of AMORC.

Her vision is to introduce Tarot to people who have seen it only as a fortune-telling tool or even as demonic and have them understand its deeply balancing gifts. This is especially important, she feels, in the deep south. Recently she lectured to a standing-room only crowd at a local university; she has also taught a series of classes at an Episcopal church and to several groups that included evangelical Christians.

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Atlanta, Georgia USA





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