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Question: How to conduct a thorough tarot reading?

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Conducting a comprehensive tarot reading requires a combination of knowledge about tarot cards and intuition for interpretation. Follow these steps below: 1. **Prepare Your Space:** Find a quiet, calm environment where you won't be interrupted. Lay out a cloth to protect the cards and set the mood. 2. **Choose The Right Spread and Deck:** Deciding the spread (layout) depends on the complexity and nature of the question. For beginners, the three card spread (representing past, present, future) or the Celtic Cross are good to start with. As per the deck, choose one which resonates well with your intuition. 3. **Cleanse The Deck:** This helps clear any residual energy from previous readings. Ways to cleanse include sunlight or moonlight exposure, using crystals, or simply knocking three times on the deck. 4. **Shuffle the Cards:** Concentrate on the question or topic at hand while shuffling. Stop when it feels right. 5. **Cut The Deck and Lay Out the Cards:** Split the deck into three piles and then restack. Lay out the cards as per the spread chosen. 6. **Interpret the Cards:** This is where knowledge and intuition both play a part. Reading tarot doesn’t just involve interpreting the meaning of a single card but understanding how it relates to the position in the spread and other cards present. 7. **Record Your Reading:** This will help you reflect later on the reading and gauge how accurate it was. Take notes of the cards drawn, their position, and your interpretations. 8. **Close the Reading:** Thank your deck and the universe. Clear the cards, usually this is done by reshuffling the deck. This is your way of resetting your tarot deck for your next reading. Remember, the more you practice, the more you'll be able to understand the meanings and the story the cards are trying to tell. And always read and interpret with an open mind.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 11, 2023, 3:15 p.m.

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1. Set the intention: Before you begin the reading, take a few moments to focus your thoughts and set your intention. Think about what you want to get out of the reading. 2. Shuffle the cards: Once your intention is set, shuffle the cards. This will help to clear your energy from the cards so that you can begin the reading with an open mind. 3. Choose the spread: Decide what type of spread you will use. There are many different types of spreads, such as the Celtic Cross, the Single Card, or the Three Card spread. 4. Ask your question: Ask a clear and focused question that will help you to get the most out of your reading. 5. Lay out the cards: Lay out the cards according to the spread you have chosen. Consider each card and its position in relation to the other cards. 6. Interpret the cards: Once you have laid out the cards, begin to interpret them. Consider the symbols, colors, and meanings of each card and how they relate to the spread. 7. Connect the cards: Connect the cards by looking for patterns and themes among them. Use your intuition and pay attention to your instincts. 8. Summarize your reading: When you have a full understanding of the cards, summarize the reading in a way that is meaningful to you. Consider the advice and guidance you have received from the cards and how it can be applied to your situation.

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Jan. 15, 2023, 11:08 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, January 15, 2023

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