6 Card Tarot Spread
The 6 Card Tarot Spread allows for a medium scale reading. That is it’s not short like a one card spread or a love reading, nor a long reading attempting to gain deep insight into the future.
The number 6 is an energetic number and is deeply connected to the soul.
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Six Of Pentacles
The Six of Pentacles is a great card to receive in a reading and represents a gift.
It especially signifies that the gift is something you so desperately need or desire. Perhaps you have felt left out in a relationship, or your finances have been low.
Whatever your strong feelings of desire or need are, you can be sure you will be rewarded with them.
The Emperor Card is closely associated with Aries, which in turn makes the Emperor an excellent leader in your Tarot reading.
As a natural born leader, he commands a level of authority. When this card is drawn, it could be representing a judge, law enforcement officer, superior or somebody in a similar position in your life. The Emperor can also symbolize a father figure. This is because it represents Jupiter, the god of gods.
While the Emperor is of a high ranking and standing, he is a warm character, and is extremely fair and just, that can offer the same love of a father. This is certainly a welcome card and one that you can count on, wherever it appears in your reading.
Ace Of Cups
The Ace of Cups meaning is of inner peace and joy, usually from close friends and family. The five streams pouring out from the cup represent the five main human senses: smell, sight, hearing, touch and taste.
It is a symbol of possibility in the area of intimacy and deep feelings such as compassion and love. It can also mean that a seed of emotional awareness has been planted somewhere in your life whether you know it or not.
This seed can take on any form but most likely will take on the form of an attraction, or a strong feeling of intuition. It can also represent a gift.
This is a wonderful card to receive in any reading. It is also very closely related to the Sun Card, however this card is more of a philosophical one. It also shares close ties with the Wheel Of Fortune card.
This Tarot card displays the four signs of the zodiac in each corner, Aquarius, Leo, Scorpio, and Taurus. These signs represent each of the four pillars that uphold the foundation of a world of completion. It is said that when this card is revealed that a major part or cycle of your life is drawing to a close, however, with that closing, comes a bright, new opening.
Success should be in your life right now, as the woman depicted is celebrating her success. Wherever this card lands in your reading will mean that this area is currently full of success.
Six Of Swords – Reversed
This card always points to confrontation when it’s reversed. This does not, however, mean that this connection is all bad. It does, however, always mean that something will need to change for the two of you to ensure harmony.
Clear communication with this person is essential. Don’t keep issues to yourself. Assuming that the person will automatically understand issues will cause problems. You could cause a lot of irreparable damage if you do not give careful thought about potential outcomes.
Take your time communicating, as how you say something is often just as important as what you say.
Wheel Of Fortune
There is an optimistic message when this card is drawn.
The Wheel Of Fortune card is related to Jupiter, and its magic. Good luck is coming your way and brings with it good fortunes.
Being a very karmic card, in that it is a wheel, indicates that good karma is coming back to you.
The card also wants you to know that you do not need to do anything different or in addition to your current efforts, as the good fortune is already deserved.
First Position: Your inner feelings of yourself
Cards in the first position represent how you feel about yourself, regardless good or bad. Depending on what is happening around you, and indeed the remaining cards in this 6 card spread, this position should indicate how your feelings may change moving forward.
Second Position: Your desires
The second card represents the position on your current desires and should give some indication on how to make your move.
Third Position: Your worries
Pay particular attention to this card as it appears halfway through the spread and can change how you interpret the remaining 3 cards. While the card may not give a good message, it could be an indication of what might come in the future, should you not overcome your current worry and/or fear.
Fourth Position: A positive outlook
Cards that deliver a message on the fourth position strongly indicate good things that are due, and can be related to both positions 2 and 3.
Fifth Position: Your obstacles
The card in the fifth position indicates your obstacles and pitfalls that may potentially arise. This card is related to all positions.
Sixth Position: The overall outlook
The sixth and final card in the 6 card tarot spread is the card that solidifies the overall message. If you have been able to gain some clarity in the messages from the previous 5 cards, yet need some reassurance, this card will confirm it. The confirmation can be either positive or negative.
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