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Free 3-Card Tarot Reading

The first card represents your past.  This is important because your past experiences have shaped who you are as a person today.  It’s important to look back at your past and recognize that these events influence you today and in the future.

The second card represents the present and things that are happening around you right now.

The third card in the spread represents your future.  This could be a long-term goal, or a resolution to a current issue.  If you see a card that you don’t like, change what you are doing now, in the present, to change the outcome.

To see your cards, tap the double arrows to shuffle the deck, then click on each card to reveal it and its meaning.

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The Four of Wands is a happy omen of blissful congregation. Now is the time to have a reunion with those closest to you. Whether it be a wedding or graduation, milestones are important to commemorate. The Four of Wands tells you that after the progress made in the Three of Wands, it is time to take a break and bask in your success so far.

The Four of Wands can indicate that you’ve already completed the goal that you set out to achieve in the Two of Wands. This can be anything from quitting smoking to getting a new job. If you’ve struggled to accept yourself in the past, this can be a sign that you’re finally comfortable with who you’ve become and found an inner level of peace. The Four of Wands can also tell of a coming conflict in your close family or friend group. You may experience some discomfort as a result of a new transition.

Going back to the previous point about balance, the Upright Two of Pentacles speaks to one’s ability to multitask. Generally, this card will be in reference to money matters- investments, money management. You may be drowning in debt, juggling bills. This card indicates that you do a good job of managing debt, but it may time to take a step back. There may be a better way if you stop multitasking and really focus on the tasks at hand. With love, this card can sometimes mean that you’re lacking the emotional space and energy to give to your relationship. Things can not go on the way they are now in your life and you need to identify where is most in need of improvement.

Reversed, this card speaks again to being overwhelmed and overcommitted. The Two of Pentacles visually represents as “dropping the ball.” You may be overinvesting in one area of your life to the detriment of another, such as spending too much time at work and not enough with your romantic partner. This reading is calling to once again, reevaluate your priorities and warns that negative changes may be around the corner if you do not. If you drop the ball enough, you just might get fired or your partner may leave you.

The Seven of Swords is a warning to you. You may be sneaking around and lying about a situation to others. You might be having an affair and much like the man on the card, you’re confident you will get away with your crimes. The Seven of Swords also shows that you might be using a shortcut to get things done or be profiting from illegitimate gains. At times, the Seven of Swords can have a totally different interpretation. This will depend on the cards it is pulled with, but it can sometimes tell you that you’re too rigid. You might be concerned with being a perfectionist and you’re too uptight. It is okay to give yourself a break and use some “shortcuts” to get your work completed at times.

The Seven of Swords reversed can appear when you have a complex about feeling like a fraud. You may be keeping secrets from friends or relatives and feeling awful about it. If you’re involved in a complex lie, this can be a sign that it is taking up too much of your time. Now is the time to really evaluate whether this lifestyle is worth keeping up and whether or not it’s dragging you further from your higher purpose.

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