As we ascend into higher dimensions, the sort of questions we ask of the cards are bound to change. The shift, which has already been in progress for some time now, is already starting to move the questions about love and relationships we ask of the Tarot away from ‘What can I get from this?’ or ‘Will things go my way?’ to ‘How can I make sure that the outcome serves the highest good of all concerned?’
The Tarot spread you see above is centered around the latter and will eventually become the only Love & Relationship Tarot Spread we need after ascension into the Fifth dimension has been completed. It’s basic and more cards positions can be added for detail but it gives you an idea of the purpose of a 5D relationship reading. This is what each of the card positions mean:
1. Higher Will – Through the Eyes and Heart of God, which would be the ideal outcome for this relationship situation/issue?
2. Person A – How would this affect person A?
3. Person B – How would this affect person B (more cards can be added if this concerns a polyamorous relationship)?
4-6. How – What the Seeker needs to do in order to manifest the ideal outcome
SAMPLE READING CONCERNING A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP
1. Higher Will – The King of Swords: The ideal outcome would entail mastery of communication and a more objective way of relating to each other
2. Person A – 8 of Swords: This would have a liberating effect on the mind of person A
3. Person B – The Wheel of Fortune: The effect on person B would be one of expansion and feeling lucky (if aligned with Higher Will) or simply a reversal of fortunes, such as the relationship ending
4-6. How – The Moon+The Chariot+Ace of Wands: These three cards speak of fear, boundary issues and a tendency of seeking to be in control at the level of the second (Moon) and third (Chariot) chakras. As the Seeker here is Person A, she would do well to own her power and stand firm within personal boundaries without expecting to see a specific course of action from Person B. This card combo also speaks of a need to deeply transform/purify sexual energy (Ace of Wands).
If the Seeker manages this, it would indeed have a liberating effect on her mind because it is her thoughts which make her believe that she needs to be in control of the other person and the root cause of this need is of course the fear represented by the Moon card. The latter is also what causes boundary issues on the level of the second chakra, which she then seeks to compensate for by being overbearing at the level of the third chakra. It is possible that the boundary issues concern sexual behaviour that would not have been life-affirming and aligned with Higher Love.
The presence of the Ace of Wands signals a need to clear out the central energy channel (sushumna) by allowing the full power of kundalini to rise. This can be achieved through meditation and balancing the Fire Element in awareness. Without this Element properly ignited and integrated within, she is likely to continue to seek to compensate for the lack of it by attempting to control her partner and will also most likely continue to be drawn to partners which are less than compatible.
In a quite literal interpretation of the Ace of Wands, I see the power of kundalini rising until it is able to circulate freely through the energy system and come out of the hands of the Seeker, enabling her to bring energetic healing to the situation, bringing to mind the words of C.G. Jung:
Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.
It is interesting to see that the path to liberation of the mind for the Seeker has to be travelled through the land of feelings and intuition. The kundalini fire will ignite her mind when she surrenders the need to be in control. Only when she has faced her fears and let go will she be able to communicate in the manner of the King of Swords. These cards indicate that this is a process which will take quite a lot of her energy.