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Do This Tarot Reading On Yourself Today & Feel Beyond Empowered Tomorrow

March 3, 2017

Tarot is, above all else, a tool for reflection. It will mirror what we bring to it right on back to us. When we intentionally choose to read tarot for our highest and best good, forgoing inquiries into the future and focusing instead on the present moment, a deep wisdom will arrive. With every moment that we choose to be present in our lives, we co-create and intentionally birth the most aligned future possible—not only for ourselves but for the planet.

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How to use tarot for growth

When we read tarot for our deepest expansion, our deck organically becomes a sacred tool for healing, awakening, and transformation. When we use tarot for the present moment, there are no predictions. There is no scary news, no right or wrong, no good or bad, only medicine. Why? Because everything in this life is an invitation. When we say yes to the invitations that are best for us, we can live in alignment with our intuition, with our truth.

We shed past patterning, old karmic cycles, fears, and traumas. We begin to see the value of intentional growth through anything that might arise in our life. The more we begin to trust the present moment (and it can take some time), the more we can be available for service on the planet, and for the treasures of a soul-filled life.

Not bad for a deck of 78 cards!

A spread for illumination and clarity

Find a comfortable place to sit with your tarot deck. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and drop into your body. Gently invite in anyone or anything that you pray to or that makes you feel like you are in the presence of wisdom and love (i.e., your higher self, nature, Quan Yin, Source, The Goddess, etc.).

State your intention to receive wisdom and clarity on whatever is best for you in this moment, what you most need to know right now. Shuffle your cards in whatever manner you choose, then either spread them out and intuitively choose six (you can use your dominant or nondominant hand for this, whatever feels right to you), or cut your deck into six piles. Then pull a card for each of the following questions:

  1. What is happening right now?
  2. How can I move through it with ease and grace?
  3. What am I learning from this cycle of my life?
  4. What is currently leaving?
  5. What is on its way in?
  6. What's my medicine for the moment?
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Before you consult a book or a website for answers, deeply reflect on what you think. What colors do you see? Are there certain images that catch your eye? If worries or fears come up, bow over to them and gently inquire about why they might be arising. Journal about what comes through before you consult an outside source. (Tarot Wisdom by Rachel Pollack, The Way of the Tarot by Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Motherpeace by Vicki Noble are all excellent Tarot resources.)

Once you are finished, bow to yourself, thank your counsel, and see how the energies play out in your days and weeks!

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Lindsay Mack
Lindsay Mack

Lindsay Mack is a intuitive healer, tarot reader, teacher, mentor and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is the founder of Wild Soul Healing and Soul Tarot School. Mack offers and facilitates soul tarot readings, intuitive and spiritual coaching, mentorship, and tarot trainings. She has toured her Soul Tarot readings and workshops all over the country, and offers them to people all over the world via distance learning. She has been reading and studying the Tarot for 22 years.