Magical Co-Creation and Goal Manifestation

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Please Hand Me My Future

The other day I had a prospective client contact me for a reading. She had not included a question in her email and when I asked what her question(s) might be, she came back with ‘I just want to know my future over the next few years…’

It’s been a long time since I had a request of this nature because most of my clients come to me via the blog and know at least a bit about how I work before contacting me for a reading. Most of you reading this now are well aware that I do not serve up the future on a silver platter. I had to explain that I probably wasn’t the right reader for her and that for forecast type readings, it works best if you stick to short time frames such as 6-8 weeks.

The Future is NOT Set in Stone

This also made me realise how important is to cement into people’s conscious awareness that the future is not set in stone and that what we think today, we live tomorrow. In my humble opinion, the real forte of the Tarot is problem resolution and goal manifestation. You may know where you are and where you want to be but you’ve stumbled across an obstacle – Tarot to the rescue! OR you could have a rough idea of where you want to be and you use the Tarot to map out how to get you there, including giving you the heads up on any future obstacles and blessings along the path to actively co-creating your destiny and manifesting your goals.

One of my blog readers who had been reading the Top 5 Worst and Best Questions to Ask of the Tarot requested a Tarot spread for conscious co-creation and magical manifestation. I am more than happy to oblige with the general purpose spread below…

 A Magical Manifestation Tarot Spread

Magical Co-creation and goal manifestation Tarot spread

1. Main energy manifesting itself through you with regards to reaching this goal
2. Main personal/spiritual development challenge
3. Main energy to work with (not against) for the planning stage
4. Do
5. Don’t
6. Main energy to work with (not against) for setting things in motion
7. Do
8. Don’t
9. Divine intervention/Outside influence as you move closer to your goal
10. What you must master along the journey
11. Most likely outcome

Bear in mind…

As always, the outcome is not set in stone. Also, please set a realistic time frame. If you are working toward a really big goal that lies further ahead in the future, you will have many opportunities to change the projected outcome.

Feel free to use two separate decks for this Tarot spread. Personally, I would use a Majors only deck for positions 1, 3 and 6. Doing so allows for repetition of the Major Arcana cards in those positions and can create really deep insights into the dynamic of your journey.

Always place more emphasis on the Majors in your interpretation as they tend to not be as easily changed as the events and lessons of the Minors.

If you struggle with interpreting any of the cards, feel free to ask in the comments section below. You will need to provide your own interpretation and please understand that I can only answer very specific questions about a card or two that has you stumped.

For Tarot card meanings please click HERE.


Lisa Frideborg

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Comments 9

  1. I’m stumped. I have great cards about using my intuition and staying focused and at the very end the last card – the 5 pentacles . . . does that mean even though I do all of what the other cards say – I’m doomed or does it mean that if I do all that the other cards indicate – help is on the way??? Cards prior – 5 swords, Ace of Swords .. . .

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      ‘Ask for help.’ Sometimes the outcome depends on what outside help we are able to harness… Consider which professional or supportive friend to call now to help make your vision a reality… There is no shame in that. Blessings, Lisa

  2. Hi Lisa, I loved this spread, it’s been incredibly useful. There’s one card that’s stumped me though. The reading was about love (surprise, surprise!) and the card in position 8 was the Three of Pentacles.

    That row was
    6.The Five of Cups – accepting loss, moving on with what I’ve still got.
    7. The Five of Pentacles – the image I’m getting is pushing on through the loneliness and not sinking into my comfort zone.
    8. The Three of Pentacles – really not sure.

    The general theme of the whole reading was transformation, accepting loss and moving forward, and even though the outcome was the Ten of Swords, I’m actually feeling pretty positive about it.

    Any insights into the Three of Pentacles would be brilliant.

    Thanks again for the spread. 🙂

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  3. I’ve been leery of Majors-only decks. I like having the minors around. So it’s interesting to me to see where a Major-only deck might have advantages. I’d never really thought about it. But couldn’t I just pull my majors from another deck? (or if I really wanted to be creative, throw in some Oracle cards?)

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