4 Tarot Spreads For Finding and Building Relationships

Hello, dear friends!

First of all, thank you so much for the love and support you've shown me this week as my Biddy Tarot podcast episode went live! Your kind words mean the world to me!

This week, in honor of Valentine's Day, I'm sharing 4 Ways Tarot Can Help Find and Build Relationships!

Connecting with your ideal partner (romantic or friend) can be overwhelming and seem downright impossible! But it doesn't have to be! Tarot can help you find a relationship that's right for you as well as build and strengthen the relationships you have. First, let's focus on finding that perfect friendship or partnership!

Also, in the spirit of giving some love back to you all, I've provided free journal printables for all 4 of these spreads! They're embedded in this post and on our Free Downloads page.

1. Finding a Relationship

Remember that, finding a relationship with someone else is as much about YOU as it is about them. Tarot can help you do some soul searching to better understand what you need from another person and what you can give. You may also want to make a list of the Top 3 Traits you need in a friend or romantic partner. Think: honesty, kindness, reliability, a sense of humor, someone who likes children, etc., and don't settle until you find them!

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2. Deciding Between Two Relationships

At some point in your life, you may find yourself trying to decide between two romantic relationships or two friendships, wondering who deserves the most of your time. This spread can help!

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3. Maintaining and Building a Healthy Relationship

OK, so no relationship is perfect, and no single person can fulfill all of your needs. But, if you have a pretty stellar one, here is a spread that can help you maintain it!

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4. Transitioning Out of a Relationship

So, you opted out of your current relationship and are transitioning back into finding a new partner or focusing only on yourself for awhile. These card draws may help!

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