123 How I Read the Tarot Cards Intuitively

 

How to Read Intuitively Using Tarot Cards

Many of the readings I do are based on a question rather than a set spread such as the Zodiac spread or the Celtic Cross. After many years of doing readings, I have reached a method for reading intuitively that is flexible, flows and allows me to connect with the question at hand on a deep energetic level.

I almost exclusively use the story spread method for question-based readings. The story spread uses a group of three cards that tell a story. While you still rely on traditional card meanings to a certain extent, visual clues and how the cards ‘interact‘ becomes more important. For more complex questions you can use several groups of three. In the picture above you see how I usually lay the cards out in story spread format when I read on a relationship question.

The Seeker’s cards are to the left, the partner’s to the right, the relationship dynamic (as a separate entity) forms a ‘bridge’ between the two and just above the two groups representing the lovers. Below you find advice cards for the Seeker and the central card provides the current theme. This gives us a total of 13 cards – the number of Death/Transformation. A coincidence? Of course not.

My other favourite is three rows of three (aka the 9 Square). This roughly renders the past at the top, the present as the middle row and the future at the bottom. The central card is the key to moving forward and the first card sets the tone. The final outcome can roughly be seen in the bottom right card. I say ‘roughly’ because the whole spread is like a psychic canvas and the cards start moving about, forming their own combinations and whispering their secrets to me.

Give it a go – don’t be afraid to rely on your intuition in your readings!

Blessed be!

Lisa

 

Comments 6

  1. Hi Lisa, I didn’t understand this spread. When you say the seeker’s card are to the left and the other’s are to the right, you mean only the 2 cards on the right and the 2 on the left that stand out of the “9 square”? And the relationship as a bridge are the 3 cards in between? Sorry, I really didn’t get it. Could you please explain this spread in a more detailed way, if it’s not too much to ask? Thank you! 😉

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      You’re talking about the 9 square and describing the bridge spread, no wonder you are getting confused. Please re-read the article and separate the two spreads in your mind!

  2. i don't know how to do tarot reading but the things which Tanya, Tarot card reader from Delhi, India told about me was amazing… she is really a brilliant tarot card reader.

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