How do you do Past Present and Future Tarot cards?

The first represents the past; the second represents the present, and the third represents the future. Once all cards are selected and placed facedown from left to right, begin by flipping over the card on the left – the past card.

What should I do next tarot spread?

What to Do Next Tarot Tutorial – General Spread

  • CARD 1: Confront. It may be a person or problem.
  • CARD 2: Settle. Whether you need to make peace with something in your past or get rid of a negative flow in your life.
  • CARD 3: Let Go. A person or situation that needs to be cut off.
  • CARD 4: Understand.

Is past present Future?

Verbs come in three tenses: past, present, and future. The past is used to describe things that have already happened (e.g., earlier in the day, yesterday, last week, three years ago). The future tense describes things that have yet to happen (e.g., later, tomorrow, next week, next year, three years from now).

How many tarot cards do you pull?

These are two very basic spreads to try: THREE-CARD READING: One for past, present, and future. THE WEEK AHEAD: Pull seven cards. (Decide which card represents each day of the week before turning the cards over.)

What if tarot card is upside down?

It’s possible your reversed Tarot card is simply trying to tell you there will be a block or delay before the upright meaning of the card is fulfilled. For example, the 10 of Cups in an upright position is a card of celebration — it indicates happiness, marriage, birth and reasons to rejoice.

How do you pull a daily Tarot card?

How to Get Started:

  1. Open your tarot box.
  2. Hold the cards in your hand.
  3. While still holding the cards in your hand, “knock” or tap the pile of cards several times to spread your energy into the deck.
  4. Give the cards a thorough shuffle.
  5. Cut the cards into three piles and then put them into one pile again.

Do you pull Tarot cards from the top?

Cutting the deck with your left hand and pulling the card on top is a simple, no-nonsense approach. You’re free to pull a single card for a simple reading or several cards for what’s known as a spread. Instead of answering one question, tarot spreads can speak more broadly to your situation or life path.