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Showing posts with label three card spread. Show all posts

Alternative Three-Card Tarot Spread

The First Operation will use an alternate three-card spread to not only define the subtopic that the Seeker wants to concentrate on within an investigation, but will also use the First Operation to draw the first card.

The cards accompanying the signifier are taken as a pile and put at the bottom of the pile in the hand when the signifier is found via the First Operation. Then the topmost card should be the signifier card.

The card that comes behind the signifier card directly following the signifier is drawn out as Card 1. The thesis of the answer to the Seeker's question is represented as that card. Set the signifier and Card 1 down, and face-down should be put on the remaining deck.

Fan out the cards and have the Seeker pick two more cards for you. Card 2 becomes the first card removed from the fan; Card 3 becomes the second card drawn. On the right side of Card 1, they are put such that there is now a row of cards: the signifier, and Cards 1, 2, and 3. Although the thesis was Card 1, Cards 2 and 3 are the argument, the most important success indicators, or the energies surrounding the condition of the Seeker that will most likely influence the future.

Expanding on the Three-Card Spread

The simple three-card layout is well adapted for extending into several card spreads that for the first three cards would have greater information. A seeker may ask follow-up questions on those three cards after drawing the three cards and interpreting the spread, or inquire about information. Subsequent cards are drawn and put below and above the card on which the current additional card is being created. For example, for the "past" place card, a seeker has a follow-up query about the reading given.

If the practitioner wants to answer the follow-up question, he or she will draw and put an additional card below the "past" location card and interpret it accordingly. For either of the three cards, current, former, and possible future respectively, the practice can be carried out.

Three-Card Tarot Spread

In telling the Seeker about the current situation, historical effects on the present, and the most possible potential scenario, three-card spreads are succinct. It is a brief overview of the recent past, the near future, and the present. Other definitions that can be offered to a three-card spread are also available, which will be discussed in this section.

My solution to three-card spreads is to draw the card denoting the current first. So, in each spread, my Card 1 is always the current. Card 1 is the first drawn card in the three-card spread. Card 2 is put to the left of Card 1, reflecting the present matter's prior factors. Card 3, reflecting the potential result, is put to the right of Card 1.

Notice that it is presumed that when the signifier card is not seen in a spread illustration, the practitioner first puts the signifier card down, and then Card 1 over the signifier, as follows:

Reading the three cards as one of the three actions of a play is another common method. Card 2 represents Act I of the condition of the seeker; Card 1 represents Act II; Card 3 represents Act III. Second, the general geography of the spread should be analyzed by the practitioner. In this part, how this can be achieved will be discussed later. The practitioner should advise the Seeker, "This is a story about..." and explain what the cards are about in the overall general comments.

Then the practitioner should research and notice the tale told in of distinct card to him or herself. Bridge them together the same way you would bridge a play's scenes.

In order to signify the mind, body, and soul, left to right, the three cards may also be used. The intellectual activity inside the Seeker, his or her thoughts and emotions, is expressed by Card 2. Card 1 illustrates acts and actions, or the real universe. Card 3 reflects the divine advice of the cards for the condition of the seeker.

The three-card spread can be used by starter tarot practitioners before it becomes second nature. The beginner practitioner will move on to more difficult spreads to study until the three-card spread is perfected.