Tarot Structure
Multiple Version Complex Spread for Writers Print E-mail
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This is an alternative of the Inspiration Spread and it can be used by writers when they face the famous "writer's block". The Tarot cards can stir your imagination and help you return on your creative path.  
 
Sample Reading 1
Draw three cards and read their interpretations carefully. Think which of these could give your story a new twist and experiment!
 
Sample Reading 2
You can ask a specific question concerning your story, like "What would happen if..." or "How would my character feel after...". Use the cards and rediscover your lost inspiration!
 
 
 
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Complex Spread for Inspiration Print E-mail
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The Tarot cards are ideal means of stimulating our imagination owing to their rich symbolism. You can use this spread when you're faced with the infamous "writer's block" or when you just need to draw inspiration for any artistic work! I'm sure the results will come as a pleasant surprise, opening endless worlds of creativity!

In the following sample spread, I have chosen to represent some positions for a novelist or a script writer who's unsure where to start. Thus, the positions are liable to change, according to your creative needs and goals. 

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The Pyramid / Yes or No Print E-mail
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The pyramidal shape, dignified or not, is commonly used with the tarot cards. In the spread I'm using here, I have arranged the cards so that they answer a question with a straightforward "yes" or "no", as well as give valuable information about the problem. 

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Six-Card General Spread Print E-mail
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This spread can be used when you wish to have a general insight on all the basic aspects of your life. It is understood that you can add or remove positions to match your needs. 


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Choosing a significator Print E-mail
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Choosing a significator is a central issue in Tarot reading, even though it's not always necessary to have one. Some spreads (or readers) require a significator, whereas some others don't. When you lay out a Celtic Cross for example, you may feel you want to place the significator card in position 1 so as to personalize or intensify the reading, but this is optional. Other spreads, like the Two-Significators spread, require the use of significator cards. I personally rarely use significators, unless I absolutely have to. I prefer to let the Tarot show me how a person feels or acts rather than predecide for myself, but this is a matter of personal choice. 

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