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THE TRUE LOVE TAROT SPREAD

Updated: Dec 2, 2020

Following on from another of my posts about tarot spreads, I really like this one that I found recently (from a website called www.wattpad.com). It's a spread for questions about love:


Card 1 – This represents you. It signifies what you currently feel about your relationship, your approach, and your outlook.


Card 2 – The second card represent your partner. It also represents his current emotions towards you, his attitude, and expectations about your relationship.


Card 3 – The third card is a connection card. What are the characteristics that you have in common and how do they bind you together?


Card 4 – The fourth card indicates the strength of your relationship. What are the qualities that makes your relationship flourish?


Card 5 – The fifth card shows the weaknesses in your relationship. What are the things you both need to improve?


Card 6 – This final card is your true love card. It interprets what needs to be addressed. Is your relationship going to be successful? If there is a threat, what must be done?


I thorough recommend looking for spreads that you like and as for love spreads, there are countless ones so you're sure to find one that feels a good fit for you as a reader.


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