Popular Tarot Card Spreads – Part 4
Welcome to part 4 🙂
If you can’t find the right spread for what you want, or one that inspires you, why not consider creating your own.
Just feel free to ‘make it up’ as you go along.
And you’ll be very surprised to find that there are NO accidents ever…
…and what you just ‘appeared’ to make up, turns out to be perfect for the situation right now. 🙂
Just remember that you ‘see’ in pictures and symbols…
And then you ‘feel’ the meaning…
Because sometimes, if you’ve been able to clearly ‘see’ something, you may have missed the more subtle meaning.
Which is why the Tarot cards are picture cards, not cards with one definitive meaning written on them in black and white.
Each card is ‘open’ to your own intuitive interpretation.
‘Seeing’ is to get a hint, a feeling, a general overview of the situation that is open to your interpretation…
Because nothing is ever written in stone. 🙂
If you clearly see the face, you may miss the tilt of the head, the shadow that covers something, the glint in the eye…
If you see clearly, you often miss the hidden… which is what you are looking for anyway. 🙂
Don’t try to anything… just TRUST what is. 🙂
Trust the first thing that springs to mind and the first picture that pops into your head.
The more you trust yourself, the more accurate you will become. 🙂
As a matter of fact, many Tarot readers elect to place more emphasis on their intuition about the cards and the client, than sticking to a literal interpretation of what the cards symbolically mean.
4. An Intuitive Spread
So let’s begin…
Shuffle your cards well and think of the question or situation you wish to address.
Think in a ‘what if’ way. ‘What if’… I take this action, for example, what if I take this new job then…
Lay the first card down in front of you, face down to begin with.
Then lay a second and a third next to each other in a line. 1, 2, 3.
Card 1 – represents the benefits if you take the new job.
Card 2 – The drawbacks of taking the new job.
Card 3 – The best action you could take.
Now do the same thing again but think about ‘what if’ you don’t take the new job.
So card 1 could mean…
Card 1 – Benefits of staying put in your current job.
Card 2 – The drawbacks of staying where you are.
Card 3 – The best thing you could do.
But remember, you can assign the meaning to each position of the cards that you feel is best suited to what you are asking.
Your question may be about health issues or moving house but the gist is the same.
TRUST yourself implicitly each time. The more you trust yourself the better and more accurate you will become.
Perhaps you could ask if reading Tarot cards is the new job for you?
Keep practicing and it will be!