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How to Use Tarot Cards to Help You in Your Life and Business

How to Use Tarot Cards to Help You in Your Life and Business

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How to use Tarot Cards to Help You in your Life and Business There are several very different

personalities to be found in the Major Arcana and in the Court Cards of the four suits. We have additional character traits and personality types if we look at reversed cards.

Learning to read tarot cards for yourself can be a very valuable skill in both life and business. It is important to understand how Tarot Cards can be used to help you and also what their limitations are.

There are three main areas in life and business where using Tarot Cards can be very beneficial to you.

Working with or for an authoritarian, rule-driven, obsessive Emperor type person will be very different from the experience with a gentle, spontaneous, fun-loving, abundant Empress. A High Priestess type person is likely to be very secretive and may be quite manipulative. You really would not want to experience working for a Devil personality!

These are: 1) Using the information about the different Personality Archetypes to better understand yourself and others. 2) Personal Growth, including developing Intuition and Creativity, as well as meditation skills and 3) Exploring potential Future Outcomes and using the cards for Empowered Decision Making. From the four suits of Cups, Wands, Pentacles and Swords, we have four very different types of people. These range from the very emotional and sensitive Creatives (Cups) to the action-oriented, Go-Getters (Wands) to the logical Communicators (Swords) and the practical Organisers (Pentacles), with infinite combinations in between.

Tarot cards can be very useful for making sure that you have the right people doing the right jobs, so that they are working to their strengths.

Personality Archetypes

Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of these archetypes can give you great insight into the basic character traits of the people in your work and personal life.

It can also be hugely valuable to observe how they are acting and behaving in the moment and how they are likely to react in different situations and with different people.

You can take a deep breath, relax and tap into your own intuition and inner wisdom, so you can “know” with laser sharp accuracy when something is right or wrong for you.

If you are using Tarot Cards for understanding people, then you can confirm what you see by the use of other things such as Astrology, Name Analysis and Numerology and/or other conventional personality assessment systems.

By using Tarot Cards to tap into your Intuition, you can help confirm your own feelings as to what the correct next steps are for you.

Through the cards you can see your true thoughts, feeling, emotions, fears, worries, hopes, wishes and actions or non actions that you may or may not be taking towards your problems or goals.

Personal Growth

Tarot can be very revealing as to what might be stopping you from being as successful as you would like with a project or a goal.

When used for Personal Growth, Tarot cards can be a useful bridge in personal coaching. You can ask yourself very precise questions about yourself, your motivations, your fears and your current situation.

It will reveal whether it is something that is out side of you and so out of your control, or whether it is something within you.

The more specific you can be with any questions you are asking, the more insightful the cards can be in helping you to move forward in your life.

There may be beliefs about yourself or the world lurking under the surface, which are unhelpful. Tarot cards are very good at revealing those blocks, both internal and external. The biggest blocks can be in allowing success, money, happiness and love to flow into your life. .

Very often it will also show the ways to overcome the blocks.

own inner resources such as creativity, problem solving, intuition and the ability to notice a different way forward.

Future Outcomes and Empowered Decision Making

You can consider an “alternate future” to the one which is currently unfolding and make better, more informed choices for yourself. You can explore various options to create the future you desire, and look at ways of enabling you to get to where you really want to go.

A tarot card reading will give you the general outcome of the ways matters are progressing, IF you don’t make any changes to the way you are thinking, feeling or acting – and the cards assume you don’t make any changes.

You can then make the most informed choices and decisions, as the cards can make you aware of potential positives and challenges in each path. Tarot cards cannot make any decisions for you.

There is very little in life that could be classed as “fixed.” We all have free will in our choices, decisions and actions. Sometimes things may hit you unexpectedly, however you can always decide how you react to those. What Tarot can’t do for you If the outcome is looking rather challenging, you have the opportunity to make changes, so that you can steer your life in a more positive direction.

Tarot does not tell you categorically what is going to happen in your life, as you have ultimate control over the direction of our life.

See some light at the end of the tunnel, when all looks dark, bleak and hopeless around you. It can bring some hope, optimism and encouragement to your life. Often that will be enough to open up your

It cannot give you specific advice and it cannot make decisions for you. It cannot “make” you do anything.

It is important to understand how Tarot Cards can be used to help you and also what their limitations are. There is nothing to be scared of. It is an amazing tool for fun and personal growth. As with anything the power lies in the interpretation and the lofty status that is often given to the person doing the interpretation.It does not offer you fixed or unchangeable things and it is very unlikely to predict death. as it is purely a deck of picture cards. witchcraft. Tarot has nothing to do with any religion. You do not have to have any special skills and you do not need to be a natural clairvoyant. strange cult. The listener also has the choice of how much or how little of what has been said they choose to take on board. By using the cards in these different ways. destructive dis-empowerment. intuition. medium or psychic to be able to work with the cards. creativity and problem solving. ahead of life making them for you. a deck of Tarot cards becomes your friend and you have in your hands a very powerful tool for tapping into your powerful inner resources of self understanding. doom and destruction and other things you can’t do anything about. or combined together. That choice lies with the person who is reading the cards. Like anything it can be used for positive. wonderful things and empowerment or it can be used for negative. apart from worry about their arrival. devil worshipping. It is totally subjective and everyone will see the cards in a different way. How to use Tarot Cards to Help You in your Life and Business Learning to read tarot cards for yourself can be a very valuable skill in both life and business. Conclusion . It is a fantastic opportunity to take control of your life and to make changes that need making. voodoo or any other weird and wacky thing.

so that they are working to their strengths. Tarot cards can be very useful for making sure that you have the right people doing the right jobs. . with infinite combinations in between. we have four very different types of people. You really would not want to experience working for a Devil personality! From the four suits of Cups. 2) Personal Growth. We have additional character traits and personality types if we look at reversed cards. rule-driven. obsessive Emperor type person will be very different from the experience with a gentle. Go-Getters (Wands) to the logical Communicators (Swords) and the practical Organisers (Pentacles). abundant Empress. There are several very different personalities to be found in the Major Arcana and in the Court Cards of the four suits.There are three main areas in life and business where using Tarot Cards can be very beneficial to you. Working with or for an authoritarian. These are: 1) Using the information about the different Personality Archetypes to better understand yourself and others. Wands. including developing Intuition and Creativity. spontaneous. These range from the very emotional and sensitive Creatives (Cups) to the action-oriented. Personality Archetypes Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of these archetypes can give you great insight into the basic character traits of the people in your work and personal life. It can also be hugely valuable to observe how they are acting and behaving in the moment and how they are likely to react in different situations and with different people. fun-loving. Pentacles and Swords. A High Priestess type person is likely to be very secretive and may be quite manipulative. as well as meditation skills and 3) Exploring potential Future Outcomes and using the cards for Empowered Decision Making.

both internal and external. Tarot cards can be a useful bridge in personal coaching. Very often it will also show the ways to overcome the blocks. or whether it is something within you. emotions. worries. money. Personal Growth Tarot can be very revealing as to what might be stopping you from being as successful as you would like with a project or a goal. so you can “know” with laser sharp accuracy when something is right or wrong for you. The biggest blocks can be in allowing success. relax and tap into your own intuition and inner wisdom. then you can confirm what you see by the use of other things such as Astrology. By using Tarot Cards to tap into your Intuition. Through the cards you can see your true thoughts. which are unhelpful. your motivations. You can ask yourself very precise questions about yourself. You can take a deep breath. When used for Personal Growth. The more specific you can be with any questions you are asking. feeling. wishes and actions or non actions that you may or may not be taking towards your problems or goals. There may be beliefs about yourself or the world lurking under the surface.If you are using Tarot Cards for understanding people. the more insightful the cards can be in helping you to move forward in your life. It will reveal whether it is something that is out side of you and so out of your control. Tarot cards are very good at revealing those blocks. your fears and your current situation. hopes. happiness and love to flow into your life. fears. . . Name Analysis and Numerology and/or other conventional personality assessment systems. you can help confirm your own feelings as to what the correct next steps are for you.

bleak and hopeless around you. It can bring some hope. Often that will be enough to open up your own inner resources such as creativity.” We all have free will in our choices. and look at ways of enabling you to get to where you really want to go. IF you don’t make any changes to the way you are thinking. Tarot cards cannot make any decisions for you. . You can then make the most informed choices and decisions. however you can always decide how you react to those. intuition and the ability to notice a different way forward. as you have ultimate control over the direction of our life. You can explore various options to create the future you desire. See some light at the end of the tunnel. What Tarot can’t do for you If the outcome is looking rather challenging. you have the opportunity to make changes. decisions and actions. It cannot “make” you do anything.Future Outcomes and Empowered Decision Making You can consider an “alternate future” to the one which is currently unfolding and make better. Sometimes things may hit you unexpectedly. A tarot card reading will give you the general outcome of the ways matters are progressing. feeling or acting – and the cards assume you don’t make any changes. problem solving. optimism and encouragement to your life. when all looks dark. as the cards can make you aware of potential positives and challenges in each path. so that you can steer your life in a more positive direction. Tarot does not tell you categorically what is going to happen in your life. more informed choices for yourself. There is very little in life that could be classed as “fixed. It cannot give you specific advice and it cannot make decisions for you.

As with anything the power lies in the interpretation and the lofty status that is often given to the person doing the interpretation. strange cult. Conclusion However Tarot cards can offer so much more wisdom and guidance than merely a traditional reading. destructive dis-empowerment. That choice lies with the person who is reading the cards. It is an amazing tool for fun and personal growth. Tarot has nothing to do with any religion. apart from worry about their arrival. intuition. devil worshipping. The listener also has the choice of how much or how little of what has been said they choose to take on board. There is nothing to be scared of. Be Your Own Life Coach using Tarot Cards A tarot reading can be useful to find out what is going on in your life and what the likely outcome might be of a situation. medium or psychic to be able to work with the cards. wonderful things and empowerment or it can be used for negative. or combined together. It is totally subjective and everyone will see the cards in a different way. It is a fantastic opportunity to take control of your life and to make changes that need making. as it is purely a deck of picture cards. witchcraft. voodoo or any other weird and wacky thing.It does not offer you fixed or unchangeable things and it is very unlikely to predict death. . doom and destruction and other things you can’t do anything about. ahead of life making them for you. creativity and problem solving. Like anything it can be used for positive. You do not have to have any special skills and you do not need to be a natural clairvoyant. a deck of Tarot cards becomes your friend and you have in your hands a very powerful tool for tapping into your powerful inner resources of self understanding. By using the cards in these different ways.

Whilst you might want other people to change their behaviour and actions in order to resolve the situation. where you take control of the situation and steer it in the direction that you want to go. how can you move forward? You can use Tarot cards to understand your true feelings. A more appropriate question may be “How has it happened? Tarot Cards can then be used to explore the root cause of the situation in more detail. connect with your Intuition and notice what feels right for you as a course of action. including the possible reactions of other people. You can then use the Tarot for Empowered Decision Making to explore some possible solutions and look at the likely outcomes of taking those action steps. who is involved and what has happened. the whole reading will change. so this has happened. Here are some of the ways in which tarot cards can be useful. As soon as you make a different decision or think or feel differently. There may be a need to do some Acceptance of the situation as it is and the people involved – OK. Remember nothing is fixed and you have the control over your decisions and actions and over the .Tarot cards can guide you through a complete Coaching process. Take a deep breath. Tarot Cards can be most useful to you when you explore YOURSELF and what YOU can do to change a situation and then take Empowered Action. It can be useful to ask questions starting with What? Who? When? Where? For many people the biggest question is ‘why has this happened?’ That is not always the most constructive question to ask at this stage. emotions. It can also be deep-rooted fears and beliefs about yourself or life in general. Ask yourself what is stopping that from happening? This might be the situation or other people. that might not always be possible to do. Use Tarot Cards to understand the situation. to take you from facing a crisis and not knowing what to do next to empowered decision making. People have their own agenda. It is important to do this step with as little blame or guilt as possible. direction of your life. The next area where Tarot Cards can be useful is to look at the likely outcomes of the situation IF nothing changes. you cannot change it. motivations and fears and those of the other people involved. Take action. Think about what would be the Ideal Outcome for you of this situation. Use the Tarot cards to confirm your Intuitive feelings. The Tarot can help to quickly identify those issues and once identified they can be cleared with some simple exercises.

however we can always choose how we react to them. Take a few deep breaths to relax and calm your mind and then ask your question. The most commonly asked question is a question requiring a Yes/No answer. using Tarot Cards to help you to connect to your own Inner Guidance and get the answers that are perfect for you – then take ACTION! Yes-No Questions How to ask questions to get the best results out of your Tarot Cards If you have a tricky decision to make. it may be that you are not trusting it and the cards can confirm your intuition or gut feeling for you. It is very likely that you already know the answer in your heart. such as “Will I get that job?” “Will he ask me out on a date?” “Should I move house?” “Is my daughter going to pass her exams?” “Should I marry that man?” They can help you to quickly access your intuition and all your inner resources to help you to make the best choices for you. that everything is pre-determined by someone or something and that we have little or no influence over it. This is obviously not the case. . If you can hear it or feel. Tarot cards can be a great help. These can be very difficult questions to answer because they have an underlying presumption that our life is mapped out for us. or are wondering whether you should trust someone. Ask that the answers will be for the “highest good of all concerned”. other than just showing up on the day. as we have free will and make our own choices. There may be situations that come into our lives.Be your own Life Coach. over which we appear to have no control.

When asking about the outcome of a situation. remember that the cards will give you a likely outcome IF you continue on exactly the same path and you do not make any changes. The cards assume you don’t change anything. . it is important to remember that we cannot change the behaviour of someone else and it can be difficult to get information about another person because they might change their mind and do something completely different. the whole thing will change. the easier it will be to get a meaningful answer and some helpful guidance. When asking questions. as it may be more be more appropriate to ask a question such as “What would be the likely outcome if I did this or that?” or “What do I need to know to make a decision about?” “What would most help me to move forward in this situation?” “How can I improve the communication between me and …?” You can look at the different likely outcomes and then you can make the decision that is best for you. What actions can we take? What decisions could we make? How could we change our feelings or reactions about something? The clearer you are about what you want to know. Trust Your Immediate Reaction Pull out 2 or 3 cards or how ever many seem appropriate to you and trust that the answers will be the correct ones for you. The most powerful questions to ask are about what we personally can do about a situation. However. This can be very useful for looking at alternate futures.Power Questions So you could ask questions such as “What would be the outcome if I took the job I have been offered?” or “What would be the outcome if I stayed in my current job?” or maybe “What would be the outcome if I applied for a promotion?” Be very careful with trying to answer a Yes/No question. as soon as you do something differently.

at first. I asked my husband the same series of questions that the protagonist had been asked about his parents. can contain a major breakthrough.Notice what you can see. once comprehended. As a result. It will give you the clearest answers. feelings. for siblings. symbols and pictures are on the card. You are in control and the Tarot is just one of the tools in your toolbox.” Reading it reminded me of how it is possible to live in that kind of “reality” (at least for short periods) and what magic can arise from it. it has fostered some remarkable healings. notice anything that leaps out of the card at you. a confusing possibility that. as he had given a copy to my brother-in-law. more than a teaching device. but I enjoyed being reminded of things that I had experienced myself when “in the flow. as I read the book on the plane. None of the ideas were new to me and the story was nothing Part One . although I would strongly advise that you don’t do that because you might dilute the power of the answers that have come from your own unconscious mind or Higher Self or your own Inner Wisdom. I saw it as a parable consisting of “new age” lessons made palatable through its story form. then the power of that intuitive prompt can quickly be lost. Once you start to logically analyse the card. Your Life Quest Spread I read the book when Redfield first self-published it (he couldn’t find a publisher at the time). This spread/process has resulted in significant insights for people. I found it far more powerful to do with Tarot. And. Notice your immediate reaction. Ed and I had one of the most deeply meaningful discussions ever about his life purpose or quest (as revealed through his beliefs about his parents). words or impressions. You can look up the meanings in a book if you would like some further insights or distinctions. and those who never knew one or both parents. Having just seen his parents. I was especially intrigued by one section. since the cards suggest what may be. what the colours. When I got home I turned the process into a tarot spread that I’ve since used in many tarot workshops and occasional private consultations (always giving credit). Trust that. Flying home from a trip to visit my then-husband’s parents. Be aware of any immediate thoughts.

Part Two The key is to realize that this is not about your actual parents but about your perception of them.For each question draw two cards—placing them in two parallel columns: one for your father and one for your mother (keep face down). Cards 3 & 4: In what way(s) did your father(3) / mother(4) achieve this? Cards 5 & 6: What kept your father(5) / mother(6) from doing it perfectly? For instance.” Cards 7 & 8: What meaning or truth did YOU learn from the above experiences of your father(7) / mother(8)? Cards 9 & 10 (from Part One): What do you want to find out how to do? This is based on your being able to integrate and do what you believe your father and mother SHOULD have done to live a better life. What memories or associations do the cards trigger? Use the same cards received above (moving them to their own area of the table) and apply the same conclusions you’ve already drawn (although feel free to add new ones). The interpretative process should be more about brainstorming possibilities than about applying set meanings. Turn over and read the cards for one parent first and only after that for the other parent. Cards 9 & 10: What would you have changed about your father(9) / mother(10) that would have enabled him or her to have a better life? . a summary of your earlier insights might be: My Higher Synthesis or Truth is that I believe in 7:”standing up for” 8:”the beauty of life. Cards 1 & 2: What did your father(1) / mother(2) stand for and believe in? Cards 7 & 8 (from Part One): What is the Higher Synthesis or Truth for YOU based on what you learned from your parents? You derive this by blending Cards 7 & 8 along with the insights you had about them. You’ll be looking at these cards from a different perspective.

Then. . taking cards from the top of the deck (*see alternate technique below). Stanislas de Guaita and Joséphin Péladan (famous 19th century French occultists).Summarize this as: Oswald Wirth’s Tarot Spread Here’s a classic ”reclaimed spread” in the form of a five-card-cross that is most often found in French and continental Tarot books. The version I offer here is from Oswald Wirth’s Tarot of the Magicians. My Life Quest is to find out how to ________. des imagiers du moyen-age. For instance. . deriving from the combination something that is unique to you. Wirth claims to have learned it from his teachers. some of them focusing on the four elements or directions with the fifth-essence/situation/resolution in the center. You combine these perceptions. “. 1926). place them in the positions indicated. The Major Arcana cards that turn up are characters in the resulting courtroom drama and should be seen as acting in a manner aligned with the card and presenting its unique attitudes and perspectives.” This might also be stated as. Ask a specific question. Note that the card layout itself will probably be familiar as it has been adapted to many different kinds of readings.” (The Red Book) What’s great about the Oswald Wirth version is that it’s based on the premise that your case is being considered in a court of law with the result being advice or direction for achieving success. have not lived. imagine a scene from your favorite legal-eagle TV show. The original spread is quite different. I’ll always be grateful to James Redfield and The Celestine Prophecy for this process. . it is a kind of spiritual DNA. . As Carl Jung noted: “What usually has the strongest psychic effect on the child is the life which the parents . . Thus.” From this perspective. It uses only the Major Arcana. My Life Quest is to find out how to 9:”live my own truth” while 10:”caring deeply for others. know the truth in myself about caring for and being sensitive to others. and using only the Major Arcana. your Life Quest is to fulfill what you perceive as lacking in your parent’s lives—what you see as their unfulfilled potential or destiny. shuffle and cut. (originally Le Tarot. Ham it up. Combine 9 & 10 into a statement reflecting what you think they each should have done.

since the situation or topic depends on it. In a sample interpretation Wirth asks “How should one advise a would-be diviner?” (That is. showing what is in favor of (“for”) the situation. in his sample spread. attitude or demeanor is ultimately to be aimed for. It points to what it is wise to do and those people or qualities on which one can depend. The first card (left) is affirmative. The fifth card may be the same as one of the other four. enemy. Count down that many cards and place the final card of the count in position one. this “voice” of the oracle offers a look into what comes from the decision.” The third card (above) is the judge who discusses the evidence. weighs the pros and cons. What advice should be given to a person who wants to become the best tarot reader possible?) . danger or the “pernicious temptation.” result or solution is pronounced. The second card (right) is negative (the opposing counsel) and represents what is “against” it. Shuffle the Major Arcana and then ask the querent for the first number between 1 and 22 that comes into her head. Although placed last. and may arbitrate between the for and against. The judge helps clarify the decision to be made and gives advice as to what’s required. Taking into account the synthesis of the fifth card. It is a synthesis of what has gone before. Shuffle again and repeat for each of the next three positions. The fifth or center card is determined by adding the numbers of the first four cards and reducing to 22 or less. and points out what is of prime importance on which everything else depends. The Fool is considered 0 when adding and 22 when it is the result of the addition.The first two cards are the lawyers and the evidence presented by the two sides. It may contain a “teaching” about what style. Wirth. In the fourth card (below) the “sentence. reads it first. It points to hostilities that should be avoided or feared: the fault. * Wirth suggests a special way of selecting the first four cards that you can use if you like.

. being against. Please tell us your interpretation in the comments section.” That is. although perhaps not for much longer. the Emperor opposes (or reigns in) the Moon. Cards in positions three and four offer instruction. Sometimes a fifth card/position integrates the whole or offers advice. What do you make of these cards? This is the Radical Wirth Tarot painted by Carol Herzer. 22card deck currently available in a limited edition. a beautiful. The Judge (above) shows what we must do and the Solution (below) shows what will come from doing that. He begins with the center card. but here’s some direction from Wirth. or some similar quaternity.The cards received give an answer that you might find surprising. I sometimes lay out four aces from one deck as position holders and then lay cards from a second shuffled deck on top of each ace. mind. stating that it shows what the divination depends on. Usually it describes what is going on at four levels: body. He then contrasts the “for” (on the left) with the “against” (on the right): “the Emperor puts himself at the service of Strength to whom the Moon is detrimental. Four Aces Spread Most of you have seen or used a spread with four positions based on the four suits of the Minor Arcana. emotions and spirit.

The meaning of the short row will depend on what you intuit it to mean in the circumstances. Place them on the table below the first set. The primary focus of your attention and energies right now. The Order: The order in which each ace turns up is very important: • When you get to the first ace. 3rd Ace: The Sidekick/Guide. An area you have not been paying as much attention to but can interfere with what’s going on in the first row. 4th Ace: The Upstart. For instance. take the ace and the three cards that follow and place them on the table in a row (left to right). . 1st Ace: The Main Character. Continue with the next two aces until you have four rows of cards on the table. • Shuffle your deck thoroughly. Continue turning over cards until you get to the next ace and the three cards following it. cut. Sometimes it strengthens the card(s) that did turn up. Begin by considering just the four aces in terms of their order in the spread. Something new or “renewed” that will be assuming more importance. there’s a much more interesting way of using the four aces that also offers far more information. or suggest helpful actions. 2nd Ace: The Complication. restack and then turn cards over one at a time. A secondary focus or emphasis. If there are no cards it could indicate that area is not involved in the situation being discussed (consider whether it should be). It may help you resolve tensions between 1 and 2.But. possibly as a result of your interactions in the other three areas. Spread Intent: The overall meaning of each row is determined by the ace that leads it. Decide on one of the following sets of meanings (or your own) before you begin: Four Aces Spread Instructions • Determine the Spread Intent before you begin (see chart below). then the first ace will have less than three cards in its row. Exception: if one ace follows another without three cards in between.

I have some Problem-solving to do. Swords. a trickster element is present. Ignore the Ace except as it sets that row’s meaning. Notice that an angel designates each ace.How are Love/Relationships the primary focus of your energies? How are issues around Money and Security interfering? How might focusing on Work and Creativity help? Will you soon need to think about Problemsolving to overcome a difficulty? upcoming—maybe (see comments below). read each row of three cards as a unit that describes what’s going on in that position. The Aces were. The order tells me: Work & Creativity is the primary focus. The highest Major Arcana in the spread trumps all. Coins. Cups. Special Cards: The Fool appearing in any row indicates that things are not like they seem. Love & Relationships are . I’m not paying attention to money (darn it!). The deck is Kat Black’s gorgeous Touchstone Tarot (catch Kat Black’s interview about this deck on Tarot Connection). Sample Reading The sample reading I did was quite extraordinary. You can triumph best by paying special attention to the qualities and lessons of this card and its position. My intent was a “Life Sphere” reading. in order: Wands. Here’s the spread with a very brief commentary: Then.

) Row 3: I can successfully triumph (World) over the most extreme difficulties (10 of Swords) by calmly applying my wisdom and experience (Hermit) and by letting go of something that is not going anywhere (10 of Swords again). If it’s a problem that can’t be solved then I shouldn’t continue trying to do so.) Summary: My overall feeling is that. With the Queen of Swords as my standard Significator and the Hermit as my Soul Card. I’ve got two indications that this is more important than it may seem and the whole issue rests on my own decisions and clarity of purpose. in order to focus on the work that is most fulfilling to me I need to defend my choices of creative work (despite their not bringing in money) and weed out whatever I can from my list of obligations. Now’s not the . The World as the highest Major Arcana suggests that I can triumph by eliminating what is not part of my Hermit path. Row 2: No cards! (The Ace of Swords followed immediately after the Ace of Coins. While relationships are not at the forefront right now. Row 4: No cards! (The Ace of Cups was the last card in the deck. they will eventually become important again.Row 1: I am feeling challenged and hemmed in (9 of Wands) by decisions I need to make (Queen of Swords) about the work I love (Knight of Cups).

Jodorowky calls it. usually to a single digit or “root” number but. I encourage you to look at his The Way of Tarot: The Spiritual Teacher in the Cards (co-written with Marianne Costa and formerly available only in French and Spanish). Regarding 8 & 11. “Reading three cards according to their number value. • Ask a question (to my mind this is optional—see below*). One or more cards may appear twice. re-released in 2007. Place this card at the top leaving space below for the next two cards. in the case of tarot. Place this card directly above A/B. Place this card directly above B/C. The Layout . or 2 + 15 + 4 = 21—The World (don’t reduce further). By adding all the variations of the numbers in the three card spread you end up with four additional cards (see instructions below). Interpret these cards in relation to your question or life situation. The layout should look like a Christmas tree or arrow (see sample spread illustration). shuffle and lay out the three cards left to right (A B C). Place the resulting card under B.” A “theosophic sum” results from adding a set of numbers and then reducing them. I follow the system of whatever deck I’m using.time to worry about money or love—although I should be aware that what I’m doing is not helping either. El Topo and The Holy Mountain. For instance: 6 + 17 +10 = 33 = 3 + 3 = 6—The Lovers (this card is read in both positions in which it appears). • Add the numbers of these three cards as indicated to get four more cards for this spread. B + C = Active or paternal influences (likely actions). The Holy Mountain contains Tarot content. 22=the Fool. Jodorowsky was the writer/director of the late ’60s controversial cult films. I find it visually helpful to lay out the rest of the cards differently from Jodorowsky’s layout—(I’ve used my layout but mention his below). Jodorowsky’s Three Card Theosophic Sum Spread Alejandro Jodorowsky presents a variation on the Three Card Spread that I’ve found very powerful. A + C = Exterior aspects of the question. Reduce any sum over 23. I highly recommend this book (which I’ve been slowly making my way through in Spanish) as an excellent way of understanding Marseille-style decks and especially for in-depth methods of reading the Major Arcana (he also discusses the Minors). to a number that is 22 or below. A + B = Receptive or maternal influences (what you are receptive to). A + B + C = Underlying aspects of the question. I call it “Jodorowsky’s Three Card Theosophic Sum Spread” because you begin with three cards that expand into seven (Major Arcana only). It will be available in English this December—get your pre-order in now. a bit of which can be seen in this video tarot lecture by him (with English subtitles).

business manager self. Jodorowsky lays the first three cards out from left to right (A B C) and then a column of four cards (descending) to the right of them. I see it as a long term result or psychologically deeper understanding of all that’s come before. eighth card is only to be read. If you haven’t asked a specific question. Joan recognized the first three cards immediately: “For several years I have been running a balancing act (Justice) between my Emperor. I find that the three cards (A B C) reframe the situation from the tarot’s point of view. and the Bateleur. my creative self. . This final. This is a brief summary of a spread for my friend Joan. after all the other cards are thoroughly understood.] The overall issue involved legal situations and financial considerations that Joan had to coordinate to the detriment of her creative work involving various forms of media. Visually. She had no specific question. I like to understand these three first before moving on to the sums. they reveal the issue.Example Spread *Personally. In the two examples in his book. Jodorowsky doesn’t read the initial three cards at all but only the four cards that result from their sums.” *Note: Jodorowsky advocates paying attention to the direction each figure is facing: the Emperor is looking away into the past while the Bateleur seems particularly concerned with what Justice thinks. if desired. Optional: Sometimes I add one more card that results from adding all seven cards: A+B+C+1+2+3+4 (count any card twice that appears twice).

” She is not involved in organized religion. “How to Read the Cards. She currently has the opportunity to be away from the turmoil at home and is doing a lot of soul-searching. The Hermit as the “active (outer/animus) influences” shows her looking for a way to turn this whole situation around. It’s the Emperor side of her life that is currently most handicapped (Hanged Man). which seems to affirm that direction. but it could represent a higher purpose . when I first tried it. and she hopes it will help her master a new direction and mode of being that integrates the Emperor and Magician into one. so that the Bateleur side can undertake the search for new meaning (Hermit). although frightening. that both parts of herself could respond to. (San did not state where to place each card except that they circle around the Significator. She saw the Hanged Man.” as mirroring a kind of disoriented.” in which he recommended this Major Arcana-only spread. It features an interesting way of selecting the cards and. the cards themselves suggested a way to give the reading additional definition and depth. she’s been thinking of professionally organizing spiritual/adventure trips to sacred sites. “Maybe both modes of being are outdated or in need of an overhaul. In fact. helpless state of suffering (that few people see). and we might assume that Death could refer to the demise of the inner patriarchy.When the Death card appeared underlying the situation she said.” which position Joan also saw as an external manifestation or result of what she’s been going through: “The Pope seems to be pointing to a need for more knowledge. Joan can’t help feeling that the breakdown in her former life. the final card of the Chariot suggests that true balance (Justice) will come from integrating and utilizing those masculine/yang forces (which suit her) in a more spiritually directed way (Pope).) This ties in with the final card of “exterior aspects. as Joan’s former way of life had just gone through massive changes at every level including the near death of someone close to her. The reading allowed her to talk about everything that was happening and the impact it was having on her. while currently disorienting. Here is the spread with my own modifications. For the time being travel is going to be a way of life for her anyway. It could mean the end of both roles. When I added up all seven cards the result was 7—The Chariot. Circle of Eight Spread from Charles San Charles San introduced the 1973 Causeway Books edition of Waite’s Pictorial Key to the Tarot with an essay. in my case. An Addendum: While psychologically this could be seen as an “animusdriven” reading for a female.” This is appropriate. Perhaps he is the high priest who orchestrates the journey to self-realization and discovery. research or wisdom. is headed somewhere useful. representing the “receptive (or inner/feminine) influences.

deal three more cards from the remaining thirteen. You will end up with seven cards circling the card drawn in step 1. San says you are to build a vision of the “present place in the ebb and flow of one’s life. Turn the seventh card face up and place it in the middle of the reading area.” as “the individual cards and the combining of them provides one with the reading. placing this third card at the 10 o’clock position (relative to the Significator). tenth and thirteen cards. Do this seven times placing every third card in a counterclockwise circle around the Significator [this order is added by me as a result of the example spread that follows]. and place them above the circle.” Here is my spread using the Golden Dawn / Whare Ra Majors: .” You can read this spread for yourself or one friend. Deal two cards face down and turn one card up. Optional: if unsatisfied that these cards suffice. This is the Significator and represents a starting point for the reading.Shuffle the Major Arcana and deal out six cards face down on top of each other. Return the other six to the bottom of the deck. taking the third. but if three people are present then “the reading that results concerns all three as part of the society in which they live and work.

Sun. Judgment and Fool. Saturn.After drawing the Star as Significator. I was confused at first by the power of the imagery and was unable to perceive a developmental flow in the cards. No Earth. Judgment. Death. Mercury. So. Two Mother Letters: Fool/Aleph. Four pairs of zodiac signs and their rulers: Temperance/Fortune. I offer this as one way to read “The Circle of Eight Spread. Mars. (Likewise. Strength. Venus. there is no Earth in my astrological chart. Jupiter. What emerged was a sense of a powerful and passionate change giving me new purpose and direction. Sun. The remaining cards followed in the planetary positions (counterclockwise): Sun. Strength/Sun. Fire cards: Jupiter. Death/Judgment. Moon. in order: the Wheel of Fortune. I tried reading them as a sequence based on the order drawn. Judgment/Shin. Sagittarius.) It was the very power of this spread that I found so confusing! How could anyone get a handle on eight Major Arcana cards with no indication of what each one was doing individually? It seemed as though the significator card was telling me to examine the spread from the perspective of these seven planetary energies. Star/Fool.” Then I thought of relating each card to the Significator—The Star card. I drew. Each . It made sense to start with the position of the Sun representing the first card that I drew. That’s when I saw it! The original Golden Dawn Star card features a large central star with seven smaller stars around it. Leo. Fool. Temperance and Death. Here are some of the patterns I found: of these smaller stars should have a glyph of a planet as on this Golden Dawn drawing of the Star from an original Golden Dawn manuscript Change cards: Fortune. Elemental Fire/Pluto.

There are card interpretations for both upright and reversed orientations and often special meanings when the card appears near one or two other cards. Select a Significator for yourself from among the sixteen Court Cards.I also found it helpful to look quickly at all the Major Arcana that were NOT in the spread (what is not in the current ebb and flow of my life). which. None of the spreads list individual position meanings. I’d appreciate any thoughts you have on the cards I’ve drawn. Cups. I think we can have full confidence in it . The suits are Rods. having spreads that I’ve never seen elsewhere. This deck is also notable for being chaste and family-friendly with no nudity. The The LWB [little white booklet] is one of the most interesting and original works from this period. So. Here is a “reclaimed spread” from the 1935 booklet: The Eastern Cross Method In 1935 the British magazine and book publisher Tomson-Leng produced a set of “Tarot Fortune Cards” that were given away to the readers of “My Weekly”—a women’s magazine. Water and Earth‚ respectively. . which is why so many Swords cards have water and Cups cards have a butterfly as an air symbol. Otherwise. Swords and Pence. Put it on the table face up. we should be relieved to learn that the tarot guided the destinies of an Egyptian king who used the Eastern Cross as his favorite spread. which owe some of their symbolism to First. especially in the suit of Rods [Wands]. according to Picard. The Fool is numbered 21 and comes before The World. correspond to Fire. The Eastern Cross Spread & Thomson-Leng Deck designs published by Eudes Picard in Manuel Synthétique & Pratique du Tarot (1909). Air. enjoy this reclaimed classic – with or without the planetary positions. This unusual set of 79 cards (including this verse) is partly based on the Rider-Waite-Smith deck but with some significant differences.

Take the top and bottom card of each stack and shuffle these twelve cards thoroughly.Shuffle the remaining cards and cut the deck into six stacks. Read these cards in the order given. numbered 9. 12. The other eight cards must remain hidden. Lay them out. face downwards in the order shown in the diagram. 10. otherwise all the favorable indications will be reversed! Sample Reading The question was “What will come of the project under consideration?” To do it for yourself follow the instructions below (neither in this nor the other spreads does it mention asking a question. 11. . although the person for whom the reading is done is called The Questioner). They don’t need to be even. Turn up only the four corner cards.

He has an upraised sword in his left hand and his helmet is on the river bank.—Below a dog’s head the rods form a triangle containing a mystical design. mischief. If upside down. Upside down—Special danger from vanity. [Note that the Wheel has the four suit signs in the corners rather than the symbols for the four fixed signs of the zodiac.—A young man.] THE FOOL. but very long delayed. but safety may be found by heeding the advice of someone with love in her heart. You are advised to be careful in money matters. Upside down—Good fortune. flattering man. This card must be taken as a special warning for the Questioner. The four Tarot suits are shown in the corners. If lying near The Fool you are warned against a scheming person.—The lesson to be drawn from this card is that life goes on and on. richly dressed goes merrily on his way. THREE RODS. There are temptations and dangers to be faced. WHEEL OF FORTUNE. The dog is trying to attract his attention ere he steps to his ruin. and cunning. The figures on the wheel represent steadfastness. but good fortune will come in due course. This card signifies that you will have adventures. beware of making a mistake. blinded by the sun and unaware of the dangers that beset him. If near another Sword card it carries a warning to be wary of a dark. It foretells that you will make money in an unexpected way through the help of KNIGHT OF SWORDS. just as the wheel goes round and round.—An armored Knight swimming with his horse in midstream. . Below we see a woman seated reading a book. Special meaning to the Questioner—Life will have its ups and downs. If next a Pence card this is one of the luckiest cards in the pack.Here are the book interpretations (click picture on right to make larger): friends.

. honest. Is there anything else I should take into account? cover too much. (They are not the numbers associated with the sephiroth. (They can also represent two alternatives or choices. what happened? Practical Tree of Life Spread Rachel Mann of Washington D. and if I don’t mind some delays. The numbers represent the order in which you lay out the cards and read them. clear and rational in my dealings. Although there may be a few pitfalls. The woman in the Three Rods has a book. The three upright swords (including the Significator’s) tell me to be boldly upright.) Positions 5 & 6 – Your feelings and thoughts. emphasizing that I can count on the wise instincts and faithfulness of a friend. this one has quickly become my favorite. or what’s coming in and going out. (They can also express what’s expanding and contracting. Like the Celtic Cross you say the card position keywords as you lay cards down using the words in the illustration. has given me permission to post her “Practical Tree of Life Spread” that she first presented on Aeclectic Tarot’s tarotforum.” You can see Force as a generative. She found most versions to be too abstract or attempting to Positions 3 & 4 – People or things going for or against you. The Knight’s helmet is on the river bank. accessible bare bones approach. resulting in a easy. so she simplified it. I can expect it to work out well. if I am careful. Let me know how your readings go and tell us if you really managed to not peek – or if you did. but to watch my step and accept the good advice of a friend.) The question is—can you stand to not look at those eight hidden cards? It reminds me a little of the Bluebeard story. in the long run. A dog appears in three of the four cards (it looks like a dog ascending the Wheel) and he/she seems helpful in all cases. and it is a book project. which suggests again that I am vulnerable and should look carefully where I am going.I take the answer to be that this project has good financial prospects if I am wary of someone (a dark. flattering man) who may try to take advantage of me.) Here’s more about the positions: Positions 1 & 2 – Force and Form represent “The Issue. I’m warned not to be too gullible. I like the idea that this will be an adventure. Having tried dozens of Tree of Life spreads in the past.C. active energy behind the issue and Form as the form or structure the issue takes.

Position 8 – Persona. the three-card spread is amazingly flexible as I hope to demonstrate. Position 9 – Advice. physical manifestations. possessions. Your heart’s advice. especially as to how to integrate the cards on the right and left pillars. Then. The best you can do. A good way to sum up a reading is to consider how the middle pillar cards (7 and 8 ) align with the upper ones (9 and 10). Position 10 – Spirit. The Da’at (meaning ‘Knowledge’) Position can represent a shadow or hidden knowledge: something unknown or a possible future. work your way up the middle pillar from position 7 at the bottom to 10 at the top. Probably everyone is familiar with the basic timeline spread: Da’at (optional card) – If you choose you can also lay out an additional card between cards 9 and 10. especially ending by going up the middle pillar. although any pattern is fine. Rachel adds: “I really feel the grouping and order are important to get the right flow for the reading. Morality or personal growth related to the issue.Position 7 – World.” BODY MIND SPIRIT An interesting variation on this is: . left to right. it can be surprisingly deep and insightful. PAST PRESENT FUTURE Most of you will have used the following inner trinity for a quick diagnostic as it shows what’s going on at three levels of experience: You work your way down the tree with cards in positions 1 through 6 on the left and right pillars. Most of these spreads are laid out in a row. Your everyday self and how you present yourself. It is perfect for a daily journal or when friends or people at parties want you to demonstrate what you do. It can bring insight. Furthermore. Three-Card Spreads: The Essentials The three-card spread is one of the most basic formats for quick-and-easy tarot readings. Your body. Yet.

” The PRO or BENEFIT of a particular choice or action. integration or solution Zoe Matoff came up with a more prescriptive version of this that is brilliant when you want to cut through all the nuances and get a (relatively) straight answer with “Zoe’s Do/Don’t Do Spread” (a favorite of both Rachel Pollack and me): PERSON A (is. receives. Last. receives. etc. card #1 can turn out to be a total surprise.) THEIR RELATIONSHIP (as if it were it’s own entity) PERSON B (is. as I was reminded by James Ricklef in the Comments. or a totally different situation that requires attention but has been overlooked. needs. of course. gives. The CON or LIABILITY in that choice or action. etc. SOMETHING ELSE you need to take into account. but not least. they are the core of choice spreads: . gives.) And. all the cards need to be seen together to make clear the urgency or nature of the issue. wants. or in a light in which the questioner has not yet seen it. delineating the situation as it really is. obstacle or problem SYNTHESIS. To compare options lay out this three-card spread for each possibility: Card 2: DON’T DO THIS Card 1: The ISSUE or SITUATION Card 3: DO DO THIS Zoe wrote me this explanation of her spread: “Often cards two and three will describe such disparate courses of action as to make it very clear what course of action needs to be taken or what decision is to be made. idea or issue ANTITHESIS. needs.HEAD – What does my Head want? HEART – What does my Heart want? SOUL – What does my Soul want? Three-card readings are also great for evaluating potential actions. And. It can also help you deal with problems via the dialectic imperative: Three-card readings form the basis of all the more complicated relationship readings: THESIS. wants.

Thus the “Maybe” card can indicate a Using All 22 Major Arcana I experienced a breakthrough regarding tarot when I realized that all the Major Arcana cards are operating somewhere within me at all times. The center card counts twice. You can interpret the individual cards or not.) deciding factor or a decision or action that the querent has to make in order to arrive at the outcome s/he wants. or Maybe. there can be a tie. . . . . I discovered this from doing a variety of twenty-two card spreads that . MAYBE. (By the way. try an active verb here) OBJECT (goal. this is one of the best books available for learning how to read the cards. Be sure to check these out. Inspired by John Gilbert. or it’s better not to know. IF . Day turns into night.” You can find many more examples of three-card spreads in James Ricklef’s book and in my own Tarot for Your Self. Note: Your sentence can be much longer and more complex.) SUBJECT (person. IF . which indicates that the answer is not yet determined. place or thing) VERB (action or state of being.CHOICE A OTHER considerations CHOICE B Three-card spreads are also great for simple Yes/No questions: Upright cards are yes. where the three-card spread is recommended for daily readings and developing a tarot journal. It features practical advice and entertaining examples that demonstrate the techniques. NO. and add your own YES. . recipient) What’s your favorite Three-Card Spread? You’ll find several more ThreeCard Spreads contributed by readers in the Comments section. James adds: “The cards indicate the conditions under which the answer would be Yes. what’s affected or changed. or ___. . Alison loves Max. James Ricklef used this smart variation on the Yes/No Spread in his excellent book Tarot Tells the Tale. Thus. (Any odd number of cards can be used. too. Added: This one is good practice for integrating three cards into one statement: Jacob goes to the store. Reversed cards are no. IF . No.

Skip over the cards for which no answer comes immediately. you can list something like twenty-two things you can do to promote yourself as a tarot reader. Alternatively. act as the Magician? How is a carpenter a High Priestess? When does an accountant exhibit Empress qualities? When a teacher acts as the Star does he or she. but abstract.” It’s kind of like they’re doing a jig or vibrating more than the others. Or the twenty-two ingredients you need to consider in a project you are contemplating. Profession. perhaps. Sometimes it’s worth seeing the whole picture to understand how each energy or archetype plays its role in relation to the others. perhaps. Take any field of endeavor. leaving the hardest for last. principles? Or. Go through the Major Arcana one-by-one and identify where that energy functions in that particular profession. find practical exercises that demonstrate guiding.show where each energy or archetype is operating at the moment. These are the ones that show up in smaller spreads saying: “Look at me. change or achieving your dreams and goals (expanding beyond AA’s Twelve Step Program). quietly doing their own thing or maintaining the status quo. Task or Field of Endeavor There’s a truly enlightening process almost all serious tarotists discover at some point. Give yourself only one minute to write down an example for each card. and thrusting themselves to the front to get your attention. say your job. does a mother-as-Star inspire her children with ideals and the hope that they can live according to those ideals? There’s no single right or wrong answer—just what you perceive at the moment. Detailing a Job. The whole exercise should take no more than 20 to 30 minutes. how do you. The card for which it was most difficult to find an example may provide a breakthrough in understanding or help you view everything from a different perspective. as a cook. There are several ways to do this. though it’s rarely suggested as an exercise that anyone can do. By the way. Meanwhile. for instance. Dan Pelletier does a great job of detailing the Major Arcana in Chapter 23 of his audio book The Process where he describes a 22-step map for recovery. When completed you should have much more respect and understanding of the dynamics and potential of your work. What does each card suggest? For example. the others are in the background. I’m what’s most important right now regarding your question. Then go back and write something for the cards you skipped. Of course some cards are emphasized or highlighted around particular issues. 22 Card Major Arcana Spreads .

A pair of cards each for Positions 7. 4th. 12) tend to waffle or present divergent perspectives. One way to handle this is to look first at what individual cards and energies are doing. 5 and 6. such that the first card of the three is strongest. The pair in Mutable/Cadent Houses (3.Now that you have a sense of how each card can act. Read each position according to the meanings of the twelve Houses of an astrological chart. Note: If you use the Paths as positions. The pair in Fixed/Succedent Houses (2. 4. 9 and 10. A pair each for the other eight houses. A pair in the center gives overall advice and direction regarding what is going on in the whole. The 22-Card Tree of Life Spread Lay out two cards for each of the ten Sephiroth and the eleventh. let’s see where they are acting in your life right now. 8. 6. Find the Sun: where is your greatest joy right now? Where do you need to let go of something—Death? Where do you need to wake up and make a judgment call—Judgment? What is asking you to make a fair and just decision—Justice? Where do you need or have the greatest Strength? If you are concerned about a relationship then where are the cards that most strongly suggest you and the other in your interactions? The cards The 22-Card Celtic Cross Spread One card each for Positions 1 and 2 (the crossing cards). 11) tend to bolster each other for good or ill. then you can draw one card for each Path. . 8. Here’s a couple of examples: The 22-Card Horoscope Spread One card each for the 1st. This is your heart issue. The meanings of these two cards are to be integrated. Reading the Spreads The spreads may seem a little overwhelming at first. 7th and 10th houses (the cardinal angles). while the other two cards modify it. Double or triple the cards in some or all positions so that all 22 cards of the Major Arcana can be used. 5. 9. Three cards each for Positions 3. rather than the Sephiroth. Da’ath position. I suggest using a favorite spread that focuses on your whole self— preferably one with at least seven cards.

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