|TLC Choices Spread|
In my continuing preparation for speaking at the UK Tarot Conference on this subject, I designed another practical, everyday spread combining these two systems. The bottom Lenormand row of five is the situation, then we draw as many tarot cards as we see choices in this situation, and finally a Lenormand row of three to show the deciding factor or advice from the cards.
Recently, my therapist gave me the name of a former colleague who has now moved to my University, and suggested I contact him to talk through my new dissertation proposal before handing it in. For some reason, I have felt loathe to do so, I think mainly due to disappointment that the last time I approached my research methodology tutor he didn't even have the courtesy to acknowledge my email. However, my therapist says this person is very approachable and open.
What do the cards think, then, of my current situation and choices?
|Incidental Tarot ©Holly DeFount|
Choice B is to contact this tutor. The Arrow Key (Ace of Wands) is such a beautiful, warm card, and the sun in it also echoes the Sun in the Lenormand row above it. It says to me that there is great potential for creativity and positive forward movement if I do take the plunge and approach this man.