I acknowledge and honor the ‘Sacred Hoop’ of the Native Americans. And in particular, the sacred Bighorn Medicine Wheel located near Sheridan, Wyoming.
*The questions posed in the spread can also be used as prompts for personal exploration and free writing and do not need to be used with a Tarot deck.
Your card spread is a snapshot of where you are at this moment in time.
Take time to drop in and connect. What are you being invited to pay attention to? Ask only to receive what is in your ‘highest and best’. Then shuffle the deck. Lay out 4 cards on the 4 directions. A reading can start at any point on the compass. It’s a spiral path.
The archetypes of the cards offer direct access to the spirit of the moment in a way that talking through a situation or problem never does. The seeming randomness of a pull increases the mystery, giving a spread both more gravity and more lift. If you already trust your ability to receive answers to your own questions, this spread will just be a lovely confirmation of your innate knowing. There is ‘medicine’ to be had in every card and every arrangement of the cards.