Doubtlessly the most commonly used spread, a 3-card tarot reading is fairly easy. It can give you an overview of a given situation and offer a comprehensive answer to a specific question.
Why should you use a three-card tarot reading?
Just like the one-card reading, most of the time the Tarot of Marseille will be used, most particularly the 22 major arcana.
More precise than a one-card reading, a 3-card reading develops a more comprehensive approach to the problem. Indeed, it can find some answers by highlighting several aspects that can tackle the problem through a more global approach.
However, to untangle particularly complex issues, it could be interesting to perform a 7-card reading that will further supplement the 3-card one. The 7-card reading has a higher level of depth and interpretation than a one-card or three-card one.
With that in mind, you should not underestimate any one-card or three-card reading. They can both be well suited to most questions and problems, particularly the three-card one that already offers tangible prospects and highly comprehensive answers.
Divinatory 3-card reading
There are various spreads for a 3-card tarot reading. Tarot readers say that the arcana will be interpreted differently depending on the skills and most of all on the psychic gifts of the tarot reader.
Some tarot readers and card readers use a template to perform and interpret their readings. As a specialist in the art of the tarot, I find it hard to rely on a template that leaves little room for the psychic feelings of the reader. I believe that each situation is unique, and each question is singular. My gifts allow me to interpret a reading and take countless things into account:
but also more subtle elements.
All these extra-sensory pieces of information will affect my predictions and influence my interpretation to offer you an answer as thorough as can be.