Archive for the ‘Tarot Spreads’ Category

Looking for love? Try this spread.

June 16, 2007

When will I meet the love of my life? If only the cards could tell! Instead, let’s ask, “What can I do to prepare myself to meet the love of my life?” Albeit, the answer may be less magical, but far more reliable.

You might draw these cards randomly or by going through the deck face up:

  1. A lesson learned from a past relationship.
  2. Another lesson learned from a past relationship.
  3. Your ideal self in a relationship.
  4. Your ideal partner.
  5. Your hopes or fears about the way the two of you would connect.
  6. Your hopes or fears about the way the two of you would interact during a conflict or a crisis.
  7. How you might focus your time and energy until this person appears in your life.
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Questions about Tarot?

June 6, 2007

If you have any questions about tarot, or if there are any topics that you would like to see covered in this blog, please let me know. You can post them right here.

Thanks!

Susan

Would love to hear from you!

May 19, 2007

It’s a bit lonely out here at Tarot Table Talk. So far I’m the one that’s doing all the talking! I would love to hear your thoughts and insights on the cards, and I’m hoping I can encourage you to post some comments.

-Susan

Five Favorite Everyday Spreads

May 6, 2007

Spread #1

1. Where you are now.
2. Plan of action.

Spread #2

1. Heart.
2. Mind.
3. Plan of action.

Spread #3

1. What hinders.
2. What helps.
3. Plan of action.

Spread #4

1. The focus of your emotional energy.
2. How you are spending your time.
3. What’s missing or being neglected.
4. What’s going well, or where you find fulfillment.
5. Plan of action.

Note: I’m a big fan of the plan of action. Many popular spreads conclude with a position defined as future or outcome. I don’t believe that the tarot can be used to predict the future and find plan of action much more empowering.

Spread #5

When I’m reading for myself I usually don’t assign positions to the cards. I ask the tarot to show me a picture or tell me a story, I draw three cards and see what they have to say.