UPDATE: THE WINNERS ARE….
Congratulations to Marcos and Robin ! I look forward to having you in my class 🙂
A huge thank you to everyone who entered ♥ I read through each and every comment and it was tricky picking just two winners. I really loved the unique spreads some of you came up with, but also really loved the simple, straightforward spreads.
Thank you again for taking the time to get creative and share your spread creation here – may you all find inspiration, joy and warmth on your Tarot journeys!
Registration just opened for my 4-week Tarot course The Daily Tarot Girl’s Guide to Reading Tarot for Others, with classes starting on April 13th.
I realize that not everyone is in a financial position to take my course, even if they really, really want to. So I’m offering two free scholarships for two lucky Tarot students!
If you’d like to enter to win a free scholarship for my upcoming course on Reading Tarot for Others, here’s how to qualify….
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE POSTING:
1) Make sure you actually want to take my course. So if you’re not familiar with it, take a peek over here and make sure it’s your cup of tea!
2) Read the following “Tarot reading scenario” and then design a Tarot spread that you could use for this reading. *Please note: you don’t actually have to do the reading, I just want to see the Tarot spread!
Tarot Reading Scenario:
You’re giving a Tarot reading to a 40 year old woman named Miranda – a friend of a friend that you don’t know very well. Miranda is a part time art teacher who is in the process of getting divorced. She has two young children with her ex, whom she shares custody with.
She recently got on the Tinder and is having a blast with wild, random hook ups and sexy texting. But she’s recently met someone who she thinks has relationship potential and is curious if it could turn into something more serious.
Also, she’s thinking about quitting her job and going back to school to train for something totally different and wants to know if now is the right time to make that change. She’s also been feeling really scattered and unfocused and would like to know how to feel more grounded.
3) Design a Tarot spread (using 3 – 7 cards) that you could use in this situation. This one’s a bit tricky because there are multiple questions/issues to address. **Again, I don’t want to see a reading, I just want to see the Tarot spread!
The deadline for entering this challenge/contest is Monday, April 4th @ 12 noon PDT. I will post an update to this blog post, announcing the winners on Monday evening.
Be creative and have fun – I can’t wait to see what Tarot spread you come up with!!! ♥