Finding Focus Tarot Spread

Welcome Back to the Genius Garden, Beauty! 

This week’s offering is a Finding Focus tarot spread that helps you burn through the fog to reveal the glorious possibilities that await you. Why this spread, and why right now? Well, we’re three weeks away from completing the first quarter of the year, and if you’ve yet to dive into your passion projects for 2023, here’s your clarion call to do so! 

You might be thinking that too much time has passed or that it’s too late to get started, but I’m here to tell you that you’re wrong, Beauty. Spring is a potent reminder that it’s never too late to sew the seeds of your intentions, and that some of the strongest, most beautiful gardens are those that were planted a little bit late.

If you’ve got a list a mile long and you don’t know what to do first, this spread can help you make that decision. If you already know what you want to do and you’re finding it hard to get started, this spread can give you the insight you need to bust through your blocks and get going!

Finding Focus Tarot Spread

  1. What fog is obscuring my vision?
  2. What beacon is calling me home?
  3. What threshold must I cross to follow its light?
  4. Where is it leading me?

When you read the cards in each position, pay close attention to your emotional and intellectual responses. Do you “agree” with the messages that the cards are conveying to you? If not, why? If so, where are these messages leading you?

Remember: tarot readings can only show us the door. We are the ones who must open it. Good luck on the next chapter of your journey, and may you take the next step on your life path with confidence and clarity!

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