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As I was thinking about how I could approach this topic, I thought about the renovations being done to the chapels in Florence and Rome. As the frescos are being restored, the colors are coming back to life. It struck me ,that when painting all colors break down to the three primaries, red, blue and yellow. This of course got me thinking of a a three card spread to help me paint a journey with new life. So here is my spread for using this delightful color palate to start painting your own journey.
Red- This is your Passion Card! It is what drivers you to use your talents and challenge yourself.
Blue- This is your Nurturing Card. It is what helps you get grounded and find your center when you are feeling chaotic and overwhelmed.
Yellow- This is your Energizer Card. It helps you to move forward with your plan or your goal.
Using this spread I found helped me find focus and revitalize myself to find new ways to handle my upcoming projects.
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9 thoughts on “TarotBlogHop-Ostara~ Paint a Journey with a New Life”
Now you know what ? I would have loved to have seen a sample reading with this spread .. 😉
It is in my notes but I wanted to let people play with this first. It is in the next post for Thursday. Keep watch! And Thanks!
Oooo, I like this! Basic, primary colors that can expand and morph into so much more. Thanks for sharing this!
That’s an interesting looking little spread – must give that a bash!
I love the simplicity of this spread, Rose. Thank you for sharing 🙂
What a great way to approach this subject. One of my joys are the simple three-card spreads. Thank you.
I like the way you have used colors to guide your positions in this spread. It’s great!
Oh, really like this simple three-card spread. Love it.
Being a CG geek, I can say that I’m tickled by the use of RGY as the basis of this spread. While you won’t quite get 16 million of color combinations with a 78 card deck, half a million possible combinations is pretty rad!