How to Connect the Cards in a 3 Card Tarot Reading

When doing a 3 Card Tarot Reading, you want to make sure you connect the cards and not just interpret each card individually on it’s own. The video below will show you how to do this, giving you tips on how to see connections and links between the cards. If you can master this, you will quickly become an amazing Tarot Card Reader!!!

 

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8 Responses to How to Connect the Cards in a 3 Card Tarot Reading

  1. Robin says:

    Hi Kate,thanks for the useful lesson for the 3 card spread. I will make this lesson a point for referring to as a refresher course.Many,many thanks.
    Best wishes,
    Robin.

  2. thanks for the lesson
    I currently preparing online tarot reading and this is very useful to me.

  3. Cher says:

    Hi just found this post and your site.

    Love the video lesson, well done.

    I wondered if another layer could be added to the meanings you gave? For instance, in the first card the figure is walking away from the stack of cups. In the next card the swords are stacked on the wall to the person’s left, receptive side. Then in the last card we’re back to cups and see water as we did in the first card. So might this suggest that the person walked away from something on an emotional basis (card 1) then later enters the realm of thoughts (swords) and regrets the past decision but in releasing the emotions and thinking about it, is then able to use the ladder to climb out of that distressed state and finally reach a stable state as shown in the Queen who has her emotions under control because she understands the past. Would that work too?

    • kate says:

      Hi Cher,
      I love your interpretation! It fits very nicely and makes a lot of sense- thank you for sharing it.

    • Melissa says:

      I Thought something similar….. HI. 🙂 I Thought of walking away from an emotional situation, working on rejecting the past to reach the enlighted message of the Queen. I’m a lefty and receptive side for me feels the opposite. Is this normal or wrong?.

  4. Elita says:

    Nice lesson you give in this video! Thank You 🙂

  5. Greetje says:

    Hi Kate, Nice lesson you give in this video. I will put the link on my Facebook page. Regards, Greetje Limbeek

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