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Using Tarot and Lenormand together + spreads!

Posted by Anna-Maria Ninnas on


In this blog post, I want to share with you a few Lenormand with Tarot spreads I created that use both Tarot and Lenormand cards, highlighting their respective strengths along the way. And now, finally, I've the first edition of my La Muci Lenormand Guidebook that you can download right here!

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Tarot by the Moon: Beginner-friendly soul-care spreads for the New Moon and Full Moon.

Posted by Anna-Maria Ninnas on


Living by the moon is a powerful practice that prompts us to dedicate space and time to check in with ourselves. While any new habit is a challenge to make into a routine, moon-care for your soul-care is short, sweet and intuitive as it's based on two concepts: growth and release.

And what better and quicker way to summarize and store these personal meditations than with the visual language of cartomancy! This post is a quick-and-dirty guide to Tarot, Lenormand and Oracle spreads for a Full and New Moon, which you can use in your soul-care routine. I also made you a free mobile-friendly pdf that you can download at the end of the post, with love.

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How to create your own tarot spreads.

Posted by Anna-Maria Ninnas on


Truth is, you don't have to follow a pre-scripted formula! There are as many spreads as there are readers; that's why you can find many spread templates made by various spiritual content creators online.

Today's post dives into the key tips of designing - or improvising on the fly - your own tarot spreads for yourself and others, so you always know how to ask the right questions to get as close to a clear answer as possible. 

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Popular Tarot Card Spreads Explained

Posted by Esra Dagtekin on


Learning how to use tarot requires a strong mix of intuition and familiarity with the symbols of the tarot. There is no right way to do it, and eventually everyone develops their own technique that they are comfortable with. Tarot spreads give you a structure in which you can explore your questions. Each position in the spread reflects an aspect of your question to consider. You don’t have to use them for every reading, but it’s a nice way to get started while you learn about the cards.

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