Tarot card spreads life

This spread uses a total of 13 cards, one card for each month and one card to represent the year in general.
If you are familiar with astrology, this spread can also represent the twelve houses of the zodiac.
This entry was posted on Sunday, March 21st, 2010 at 10:49 am and is filed under Tarot Spreads. Tarot layouts are an opportunity to discover more about yourself and your situation, so make the most of these options and create a personalised spread that suits your exact needs. In my variation on this traditional spread I decided to add extra places for cards so that I had more information in the layout.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged 3 card spread, Changing Tarot Spreads, learn tarot, tarot basics, Tarot Card Layouts, Tarot Spreads, Three Card Spread. If you are fascinated by the art of tarot reading and plan to learn it, here are some tarot spreads which will help you get the basics right.
Jean-Baptiste Alliette, the French occultist who was the first person to introduce tarot card reading to the general public, went by the pseudonym Etteilla. Some people believe that tarot card reading is the best means of knowing what the future has in store for you.
The pattern in which the cards are laid after the deck is cut and shuffled is known as the 'tarot spread'. Note: Tarot readings don't give answers in a 'Yes' or 'No' format, so you will have to concentrate on the reading to get deeper into the subject. In the four card tarot spread, you will have to shuffle the cards whilst focusing on the question for which you seek the answer. In a four card tarot spread for relationship, for instance, the first card from the left will represent how the past affects the relationship, the second, how the present affects it, the third, how the situation will be in the future, and the last card will indicate the measure to bring about a positive change. For starters, you can practice these tarot spreads, which are quite simple, and then move on to the more sophisticated spreads. Let me know  if there’s anything in particular you would like to see addressed with a spread. The more comfortable you get with the tarot deck, the easier it will become to decipher the tarot card meanings. For the beginner it is important to first understand what tarot card spreads are and how they function. Tarot card spreads have different implications depending on the type of question or issue being explored.

Once the cards are pulled and placed, the tarot reader will begin to interpret the images and positions of the tarot cards. Once you become familiar with the Tarot, you will want to choose the best tarot spread to suit the particular situation being addressed in your reading. This entry was posted on Thursday, December 9th, 2010 at 2:29 pm and is filed under Tarot Basics, Tarot Spreads. In this respect every card relates to a different aspect of one's life such as finance, career, relationships, etc.
You may decide that an existing spread could work even better for you if you changed the wording—feel free to experiment until it feels right. Cards in a Three Card Spread (for past, present, and future) are usually placed on the table from left to right, with the past on the left, present in the middle, and future on the right. It helps you to personalise your Tarot experience and you get to create a unique way of using the cards that offers a new perspective that is more meaningful to you. Others believe that it is just a guide to help you make the right choices to make your future better. Like the various types of tarot cards, there are various types of 'spreads', ranging from single card spreads to spreads including all 78 cards.
Before you begin with the tarot spreads, you will have to memorize the meanings of various tarot cards. Once you are well-versed with the meanings of all the tarot cards, interpreting them will be quite easy. You can modify these spreads, thus helping people from various walks of life, including sportsmen, to see their performance, and actors, to see the fate of their movies. In this spread, you arrange the cards as shown above: first card to the left, second card to the right, third at the top, and fourth below. Some tarot card spreads relay information in a general way while others are designed to impart information that is very specific in nature. Once you get really comfortable, you may even want to make up some of your own tarot spreads. For example, a simple spread of three cards to determine past, present, and future could be reworded as, past hurts, present gifts, future rewards. But you might decide to place them in reverse order—or perhaps you might like to place the cards in a vertical line, with past at the top and present in the middle and future at the base—you can choose to do it that way!
Either way, the practice has gained tremendous popularity, which shouldn't really come as a surprise, considering that everybody is eager to know what the future has in store for them.

The choice of tarot spread primarily depends on the reader and the questions that need to be answered. Once you are perfect with the theoretical knowledge, you can start practicing with the simple spreads first.
Starting from the top of the deck, choose four cards and spread them on the table, face down, from left to right. There are literally hundreds of tarot spreads to choose from, so to simplify this process, I have listed some examples of different tarot spreads and the many purposes for which they may be used.
They can also vary in complexity from a simple one card spread to elaborate spreads that can include all 78 tarot cards. While the person is shuffling, they are asked by the tarot reader to think of a question or issue.
As a tarot reader it is important to choose spreads that encourage your imagination and intuition.
When individual tarot cards are put together in a tarot spread, their meanings can be used to form a kind of story.
The choice of which spread to use depends primarily on the reader and the questions that need to be answered.
It can do this in two ways; by igniting the intuition or psychic ability of the tarot reader and by picking up the energy of the person being read. Understanding the placement of the cards is important, but it is just as important to identify tarot spreads that work for you as an individual.
The first card from the left represents the past, the second, the present, the third, the future, and the fourth, the answer to your query.
Once attached, they pick up information that facilitates the tarot reader in his or her reading.
The tarot reader utilizes the placement of the cards, or the card’s position, with an identified theme.
The tarot cards are the bridge between the reader and that of the person being read, and the tarot spread is the architecture of the reading. They can also include positions for internal feelings, specific challenges, external factors, and so on.

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