Tarot Spreads: Healing Merkaba Spread
It’s one of the most conventional spread and an old custom utilized in the ancient times to help the querents to explore more about the healing skills as well as help the others to heal themselves. Though it’s considered a part of the old customs done by the early seers and psychics, it’s still the biggest and most advanced layout for the readers who have several years of experience only to use especially in Tarot reading. Healing is definitely the major theme of every part of a story for sure. The term “Merkaba” is more like two pyramids interlocked together, and obviously a powerful geometric form as well.
The card number 1 represents all aspects of both physical and mental memories carried in the past. The card 2 will imply how good the querent’s emotional health would be, and the next card indicates direct actions and suggestions to take for a better state of the querent’s mentality. The card 4 is properly the most crucial lesson for the querent to learn for balance in body-mind-emotions. The next one focuses on the present state of the querent’s mind and body. The last card carries all our emotional memories in the past.
Free Tarot Card Meanings
Ace of Cups: In the upright position, the card stands for all passionate emotions, compassionate feelings, and creative characteristics. In the reversed posture, its emotions and passion appear restrained and locked inside.
Three of Cups: In upright posture, the card will involve all party and community stuff like friendships, partnerships, and sociality. When in the reversed position, it points out the annoying feeling in a big crowd: suffocation.
Five of Cups: In the upright position, the card itself is a pool filled up with despair and disappointing feelings, but in the reversed one, it’s a sign of empathic forgiveness and big-heartedness.