Wondering how Tarot reading works? Considered as one of many available systems of divination, its working theory follows a particular pattern which is called a ‘spread’…so, how does Tarot spread work? There are many variations of Tarot spreads. Based on the card positions in each layout, the reader will interpret the specific meaning for a particular card. The most popular spread that is commonly in-used nowadays is the ‘Celtic Cross Spread’.
For instance, a card in this spot may indicate something about you, a card in that spot may point out something regarding your current issue, and another may give you genuine guidance to work the problem out.
Does Tarot spread work accurately? Believe or not, it’s all up to you. But remember not using the cards to asking anything about the future. In fact, rather than predicting the future, Tarot more focuses on helping the querent find the appropriate answers for different aspects in their life. A little insight here, a little insight there, and then, you will realize the life path is not really challenging. With the Tarot’s support, you can make choices and decisions for everything about yourself like, love, career, finances, health, and more.
In this guide, we want to talk about the three-card Tarot spread that you will be using for your readings. Keep in mind that there are three main factors inform the interpretation of all Tarot readings – the meaning of the card, the meaning of the spread’s position, and the question of the querent. The three-card spread is ideal for a daily reading to check the situation around you. Think of this layout as a head start, a quick fix, or a cosmic overview. Draw three cards from the Tarot:
- Card 1 (left) shows your past experiences which casts a light on the current situation
- Card 2 (center) reveals what you are feeling and experiencing at this moment
- Card 3 (right) forecasts the result of the course of action that you will possibly take (based on the first two cards)
How does Tarot spread work? For beginners, you can use the 3 card draw for practice and read for yourself or others. This layout is a very basic, excellent, yet time-tested spread.