An in-depth look at various tarot spreads.
Follow me as I explore my future soul retrieval using a very flexible tarot spread from Shadowscapes Tarot. Perfect for shamanic, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual journeys. If you are thinking of leaving, moving or seeking, you need - A Journey Tarot Spread.
Tarot is an excellent tool for spiritual work; most of us who use and love the cards know this. One common method is to incorporate the cards into a meditation practice, often by using one card as a portal. Adding scent (via candles, incense, or essential oils) to meditation can enhance the practice. This post combines all three: tarot, meditation, and scent.
Discover your unique purpose in this eclectic spiritual system. Eight questions to release your creative potential converted into an exciting & deep tarot spread of personal exploration & self-development.
Sometimes all you need from a tarot spread is a quick snap-shot of the situation and the direction it’s heading in. You may also want to be able to go back to your reading and glean some more information from it. What if you also want to apply some other techniques you couldn't apply to other tarot spreads, like elemental dignities? The 3-2-1 Tarot Spread will give you just that, and more, as I will show you...
Expanding on the traditional Card-A-Day for your tarot journal, get a clearer idea of what lay ahead with six card positions. Perfect for those special days when you need to know more.
Dreams and tarot work in the same way - through symbols & interpretation of imagery. What better way to understand your dreams than to use tarot spread especially designed to do just that. Guest poster Stacy LaRosa shows you how.
Learn more about yourself with the Personality Tarot Spread. Discover your long term potential, spirituality type, tenacity, positive/negative traits + more.
The Soul Journey Tarot Reading, from the legendary Rachel Pollack, seeks to help you understand, through the Major Arcana, what journey your soul has been undertaking during your dreams, and other trance-like states. It’s a little different to regular dream interpretation as it doesn’t seek to find what your dreams are about, rather it seeks to find out where your soul travels to and what it’s doing while there. As Rachel explains:
Like all of Nature, humans develop according to universal patterns or archetypal forces. We know this as the “urge” toward growth. As complex material and spiritual beings, that urge takes place, not only at the material level as we grow into adulthood, but also at the mental and spiritual levels. To say it another way, the growth of the mind, body, and spirit is a natural unfolding of our potential.
Guest post by Gethyn Edwards A few months ago I found I was regularly being asked to do readings for friends on topics about which I had a lot of prior knowledge. Pretty soon, I noticed that I was sitting down to read with a whole mess of preconceptions and pre-judgements already in place – ideas about advice I might give; about where the subjects of the reading were going wrong; about the likely causes of the pickle they’d got themselves into; about what was clearly best for them… et cetera, et cetera…