Four Leaf Clover Tarot Reading
Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!
I wanted to find a really nice tarot spread for my favorite holiday, and surprisingly, there really aren't many! So I found this nice tarot spread on The Tarot Room's website, but there wasn't a picture for it! So, I thought I'd go ahead and make an image for it so I could post the reading here for you guys. Here's the intro the author of the reading wrote to introduce the spread;
"Tradition has it that finding a four leaf clover is very lucky. Not surprising really if it’s true that there’s only 1 clover in 10,000 that has four leaves instead of three. The four leaves are said to represent faith, hope, love and luck.
In Tarot that might be like the Hierophant, the Star, the Empress and the Wheel of Fortune. Thinking about those cards, and in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a quick Four Leaf Clover Spread."
Four Leaf Clover Tarot Reading:
- Where can I use more faith in my life?
- Where can I use some healing?
- How might I more fully express love?
- How can I bring good luck my way?
So, you can either get this reading on St. Patrick's Day (March 17 every year!), or any other day of the year! In spirit of my Irish heritage, I'd be pleased to do this reading for any of you at any time, I would even wear green and keep my shamrock pictures up every day of the year if I could too! May the Luck of the Irish be with you!
This reading is jam-packed with information. (seriously, a lot of information!!!) Along with every tarot reading, I pull a Blessing Oracle card and an Animal Spirit Oracle card, I will also use a pendulum to answer questions if necessary; I will tell you if I do so - but if you have any yes/no/maybe questions you need answered, you can purchase a pendulum reading here, $1 per question!
When you purchase this tarot reading, I need a bit of information from you. Put the following information in your "note to seller". I need your full name, as much or as little information about yourself as you would like to give (such as date of birth, or anything else you would like to share, or even nothing at all) and the email address that you would like me to send the reading to.