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Tarot Spread Book

Tarot Spread Book

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Published by calliaste
A selection of tarot spread articles from various authors at www.associatedcontent.com
A selection of tarot spread articles from various authors at www.associatedcontent.com

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Published by: calliaste on Apr 04, 2010
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Table ofContents
How to Read Tarot Cards: Tarot Card Guide for Beginners and Sample Tarot CardSpreads by Colleen Lindstrom page 2 What If You Had Taken the Other Choice? A Tarot Spread by Cecile Albert Naggerpage 6Tarot for Beginners: Learn the Celtic Cross Spread: What Does Your Future Look Like?By den NISI page 8Tarot Card Spreads: 3-Card Spreads You Can Build On By Chloe Thorn page 12 A Tarot Home Spell: Tarot Cards Are for More Than Just Divination By P. Diane Bifflepage 13
HowtoRead Tarot Cards-Tarot Card Guide forBeginnersandSampleTarot CardSpreadsReadTarot Cardsand Unlock the DoortotheFuture!By Colleen Lindstrom
How do I begin to read Tarot Cards?
What are the first steps in reading Tarot Cards?
What can I learn from reading Tarot Cards?Recently, I purchased a set of Tarot cards from a second-hand book store. I knew a bitabout Tarot readings, but it had been a while since I'd conducted one. I went online insearch of various Tarot spreads and card meanings. After a couple of days' worth of studying, I decided to start doing readings for friends and acquaintances. Sharing my experience is part of the fun, and hopefully this will help someone out there enjoy thepower of Tarot Card Readings! Where to begin: When you first purchase your deck of cards, spread them all out on a table or the floor toshuffle them up. Gather them together and re-shuffle with your hands, like you wouldan ordinary set of playing cards. (It's best to not use a card shuffler since the whole goalhere is to "season" your cards by touching them. The more you use your cards, the moreattached and familiar you will begin to feel with the deck. This will tone your psychicabilities and give you more powerful readings.Next, choose a Tarot Card Spread, which will tell you the pattern in which to lay out your cards. These range from a very basic 3-card spread to a much more involved 32card spread. My favorite is the Celtic Cross spread, which involves 10 cards. This is theone I will reference in this "How To" review.Now, have the person whose cards you are reading relax and focus on their question orproblem. Give them a few minutes to do so - they may request that you leave the room,or they may want to listen to music. Dowhatever will help them clear their minds andrelax. When they are ready, have them state their question or concern briefly to you. Havethem shuffle the deck themselves a few times, until they are ready to choose their cards.
Some people like topull random cards from the deck, others like to cut the deck anddeal in order from the top. You can use either method you'd like. Personally I've foundthe readings to be more accurate when the cards are randomly chosen from the deck. As the cards are pulled, have the person lay them down on the table in the order of thespread you've selected (see picture for reference). Once all of the cards are laid out onthe table, you can begin the reading. Here is a brief overview of the card meanings, asrelated to the picture "Celtic Cross 10 Card Spread".Card 1 = Central Issue or PresentCard 2 = Problems/obstaclesCard 3 = Root of the issueCard 4 = The PastCard 5 = Best that can come of situationCard 6 = Near FutureCard 7 = You & your personality Card 8 = Others & how they affect situationCard 9 = Your hopes & fearsCard 10 = Probable OutcomeFlip the first card over - being careful to not flip it onto its reverse side upside-down.Reversed cards hold different & important meaning, so you don't want to cause a card to be reversed when it originally wasn't. Read & interpret the cards one at a time. Yourdeck of cards probably came with a small booklet that gives a brief description of what

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