Tarot Spread For The Spring Season

By Kat Ryalls. “Roots and Wings” Oracle Deck

I love this tarot spread for the Spring season as we start planting our gardens and fields. Spring is an ideal time to set intentions for the astrological new year beginning with the Sun’s ingress into Aries on the Spring Equinox.

Not only is this exercise helpful in digging down and rooting out what to focus on as we create our vision board during the Aries New Moon, it’s really ideal for any New Moon throughout the year.

Below are my cards focusing on what I want to create during this season and the message is spot on. The World card is the new seed I’m planting and when I think about this card in tarot, I’m reminded about the energy of Saturn. I’m in the beginning of my Second Saturn Return, so this is very timely as it denotes the completion of a chapter in my life and the start of a new phase for me. This oracle card with the rainbow depicted beyond Earth’s boundaries speaks to me about Saturn’s current position in Aquarius and what’s possible beyond the physical plane or what’s possible beyond our limiting beliefs. What life am I open to creating that didn’t seem possible before?

I’m building upon a strong spiritual foundation and this is also at the root of what I’m wanting to create–building in connection with my higher purpose.

I can harness this new growth through my own Inner Vision. How this manifests is dependent on my own thinking–what I desire and believe is possible to create. Focusing ahead is key in creating the life I want.

Stepping out of my comfort zone and embracing new experiences helps nurture this new journey. This new chapter of my life veers from a path less traveled and will be something completely new and exciting. There’s a sense of wonder and adventure in store for me. It feels rejuvenating and exciting.

The thing that gets in my own way is my own thinking and isn’t that true for most of us? Doubt, fear, worry and over thinking are some of the ways I impede my growth. That “stincking thinking” we fall into when we start questioning ourselves and convince ourselves that we’re not capable.

If you want to give this a try, the positions and correspondences are listed below:

  1. The Seed: This is the heart of what you’re wanting to grow–the potential.
  2. The Soil and Roots: This is the foundation and what you’re building upon and how you ground yourself.
  3. The Sun: This represents the raw energy to harness your growth.
  4. The Water: This shows you how to nourish your potential and provides relief along the way.
  5. The Weeds: Those weeds always pop up from time to time and this card gives you an area that might need to be worked on or something that gets in the way of growth.

I’m also offering these readings until the Aries New Moon if you’d like insight on what’s trying to spring forth for you. Book in now through April 10th.

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