Reading the context: How cards influence each other
The centering cross

The magic square spread: From worry to peace

One of my favourite ways to combine creativity and tarot is to read one card in more than one way, that is, getting a different perspective on a card. Seeing something from more than one perspective is one of the keys to being creative.

In this spread, for example. You start in any corner and follow the coloured arrow. Then making a 90° turn, you read the last card in the row as the first card of the next series.

The reading ends when you have read all the outer cards, and you read the middle card, "Peace."

[This spread was previously published on SynTAROTis.]

Magic square spread: From worry to peaceThis spread helps you reflect on what is going on in your inner world, with its profound impact on your life.

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