Nowadays, the psychics use different ways for divination; however, there’s a popular method that’s chosen by most customers – that’s, Tarot Reading. Today, in the article – Tarot Card Placement Meanings – we’ll talk more about this spiritual method. From the ancient time, the Tarot deck is considered as a system of symbols corresponded to specific characteristics of our mind, as well as specific phases of our lives. Obviously, Tarot is a great tool in helping people gain guidance and insight into one’s self, life, and other things.
Most decks contain 78 Tarot cards – 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards. The Major mostly deals with the lessons and circumstances that are crucial for the spiritual growth. On the other hand, the Minor mainly focuses on some aspects of an individual, such as his traits, fears, hobby, and more.
When you want to get a Tarot reading, the reader will ask which spread you want to have. The Tarot cards are usually placed in a specific spread so that the reader can interpret the cards’ meaning. There are many spreads you can choose, depend on your problem. Here are 3 common spreads:
- The Three Card Spread
- The Celtic Cross Spread
- The European Spread
How Tarot Card Work?
Before entering a Tarot reading, you – the person receives the reading – will shuffle the cards to exchange the energy and power with the magical deck. It’s a must to prepare a list of questions about what you want to know or a specific field you want to listen to the reader’s guidance. If you’re going to have a traditional reading, the separation of the cards might be performed.
Once the seekers shuffle and cut the cards, the Tarot readers will lay out the cards in an order of a specific spread. For instance, if you choose the Three Card Spread, the reader will lay 3 random cards from left to right on the table. The 1st one will show your past, the 2nd one will indicate the present, and the last card will represent for the future. In the spread, each position has a meaning, remember! Up to now, there are many different types of spreads ranging from a single card spread to 78 card spread.
Depend on the reader, the type of question, or the reading, the reader will offer the most suitable spread closely relating to your problem. But, you can also choose one spread for yourself. Some spreads tend to emphasize on a specific type of information (emotional matter or others’ influence). However, there’s a complex spread that can embrace all facets of your issue – the Celtic Cross spread.