posted on Oct, 6 2014 @ 09:57 PM
a reply to: NorEaster
Interesting, I don't do reverse cards either and my 'theory' of readings is almost exactly like yours...
I also think that the particular deck a 'reader' uses matters. I use one with imagery that I find extremely beautiful and which (synchronistically,
as I didn't even look thru the cards until years after I had bought them on a whim) really matches the particular archetypal 'story' of my evolving
(It's the "Robin Wood deck", btw) I love the Death card in particular, it is beautiful rather than frightening and truly evocative of the true
'nature' of the card, which of course is indicative of 'change/metamorphosis' rather than actual 'death'... (if interested, you can google for
the image - much better than my trying to describe it)
Oh, sorry, Darkblade71, didn't mean to usurp your thread...
Oh, p.s. The source from which I developed my 'method' explains the 'totality' of the completed spread in a way that seems to me particularly
She says that once you lay the outcome card, looking over the entire spread (aside from the individual card 'indications'), it should almost 'tell
a story' of what the reading in general is 'about'...I have found that in my most accurate readings, this is invariably true...