Seven Chakras Tarot Spread

For general life reads, the Seven Chakras spread is ideally adapted. To answer particular questions, it is not customized. If the seeker has no particular query in mind and is merely searching for an overarching "big picture" interpretation of his or her life, then instead of the V Formation or Horseshoe, this seven-card spread fits well.

In line with Hindu philosophical philosophy, the distribution is partially based on the seven chakras.3 Although the seven chakras are physically portrayed in a vertical arrangement, it is perhaps simpler to present the cards in a horizontal spread.

Card 1 refers to the Root chakra which signifies the existence of the Seeker's stability. This is a card for the base. This is what the Seeker is rooted in. Use the card here to gauge the leadership and fighting abilities of the Seeker, personal sense of safety or security, sense of belonging, and general energy and stamina.

The Sacral chakra coincides with Card 2. Card 2 demonstrates the mental plane of the Seeker, imagination, some creative endeavors. Here, the practitioner may also look at the expectations and concerns of the Seeker. Sex and sexuality are both linked to the Sacral chakra.

Card 3 coincides with the Solar Plexus, which is used to reflect the career concerns of the Seeker. Card 3 will help the therapist get a sense of the degree of success and determination of the seeker. In his or her profession, the Solar Plexus chakra refers to the ego, personal strength, the wheel of energy, and how much desire the Seeker possesses for success.

Card 4 refers to the Heart and suggests devotion and families, while the Seeker's sympathy towards mankind, sense of charity and benevolence may also be spoken more broadly. In essence, Card 4 provides a sense of how kind the Seeker is, and it will help a therapist assess the attitude of the Seeker to love and relationships in that way.

The Throat chakra corresponds to Card 5, and denotes speech, culture, and connectivity. Here, the practitioner may get a sense of the experience and education of the Seeker, how the Seeker expresses his or her thoughts, and how the Seeker interacts with the world generally. This card location is the relation of the Seeker to others and how that relationship is conveyed or transmitted by the Seeker. This card also denotes the role of the seeker in society.

Card 6 coincides with the Third Eye, which reflects spirituality and faith problems. Card 6 will include a sense of how the Seeker thinks: the clarity of mind, insights, wisdom, justification, and imagination of the Seeker.

Card 7 is the chakra of the Crown, which states the karma of the Seeker. This is about a higher consciousness being reached. Will the Seeker have to solve an unfinished business? What is the most likely future result for the seeker? Card 7 solves these concerns and helps the seeker to learn about his or her life from a higher plane of thought. The Crown chakra provides a sense of how the Seeker, greater divinity, or the principle of God, is related to God. This is the card that denotes the larger self of the Seeker. Card 7 shows the Seeker in its best possible manifestation in practical operation.