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The Llewellyn Journal

Tarot: A Daily Spread

This article was written by Ciro Marchetti
posted under Tarot

Draw one to three cards in the morning for guidance for the day. Draw one card for focused guidance. Draw two cards to compare and contrast. Look for differences to see where challenges may arrive. Draw three cards to look at synthesis and flow.

Throughout the day, notice the synchronicity. If you have to make a decision, contemplate the spread to see if it has advice for you. Sketch part of your reading. Write a little in your journal. Consider selecting jewelry, clothing, or wallpaper for your computer based on the spread. At the end of the day, reflect on the synchronicities of the day.

Legacy Spread

1. What legacy have I inherited?
2. What is my legacy?
3. What do I need to work on right now?

Shuffle the cards between each draw while you think about the position.

Note: It would be a good idea to use only the major arcana for this spread. If you find that you do not like the legacy card, spend time in reflection to consider why you donít like it as a legacy. Draw additional cards until you find the legacy you wish to leave behind. Consider the disliked cards to represent preliminary work for your legacy. An option for position two is to go through the deck and select what you would like your legacy to be.

From Gateway to the Divine Tarot companion book to the Legacy of the Divine Tarot, by Ciro Marchetti


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