Monet’s Unseen Opportunities Spread

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

Monet’s Unseen Opportunities Spread

On This Day

The term Impressionism was coined due to Monet’s painting Impression, Sunrise. He was not the only Impressionist but was part of a group of artists painting in this style.

Claude Monet, the founder of the French Impressionist movement, was born on this day in 1840.

Summation of Spread

Pages represent seeing the unseen, original insights, and outside-of-the-box thinking. Their young, fresh perspective carries with it the freedom from preconceived notions and set ideas. Borrow their enjoyable and intriguing way of looking at the world whenever you desire a fresh point of view.

What is right under your nose? Impressionism, a style of painting adored and revered now, was seen as a radical departure in its time. Painters recorded impressions of nature that others couldn’t or didn’t see or understand until it was on the canvas. Artists, our modern mystics, are often first to notice what others do not. This spread makes use of the artist’s device in the Unseen Opportunities Spread.

Cast Your Cards

Cast the cards face-down in the shape of an artist’s canvas. Reveal the cards one by one as you move through the spread.

1. What preconceived notion must I let go of?

2. What helps me open to new opportunities?

3. How can I trust my instincts?

4. What opportunities should I look for?

5. What exists before me that I can’t see?

6. How do I grab it?

7. How do I make use of it?

8. What will happen as a result?

9. What must I remember?