Sun Card Spread

365 Tarot Spreads: Revealing the Magic in Each Day - Sasha Graham 2014

Sun Card Spread

On This Day

The word eclipse is from the Greek ekleipsis, meaning “abandonment, cessation, omission, or flaw.” Solar eclipses mythically portended inauspicious events or hidden dangers.

The longest solar eclipse in recorded history happened on this day in 2009, casting its shadow over parts of Asia and the Pacific Ocean.

Summation of Spread

The Sun card represents a breakthrough, energetic growth, and—above all things—hope. Sun worship exists in all cultures because the sun represents life. The horse on the card represents the new direction life is taking. When the Sun card appears, it is a reminder that each and every day is a gift and an opportunity for expansion.

Solar events offer us an opportunity to ponder and examine the symbols found inside the Sun card, upon which the questions of this spread are based.

Cast Your Cards

Use this spread to answer any question. Format your question before casting the spread or simply let the cards answer the questions posed. Pull the Sun card out of your deck. Placing it in the center of the Sun Card Spread, cast your cards around it as follows.

1. Sun: How do I let my highest, best energy flow through me?

2. Child: How do I retain innocence?

3. Nudity: Where can I let down my guard?

4. Banner: What do I express to others?

5. White Horse: What is magical about my life?

6. Wall: How can I remain open?

7. Sunflowers: How do I find truth?

8. Sun’s Rays: How can I radiate warmth to others?