I have a lot of decks, but have not done a deck interview spread with any of them. I decided to try it out with my latest acquisition, The Dreamkeepers Tarot by Liz Huston. I think the results were pretty interesting… I'm interested in others' interpretations, too!
- What is this deck's most important characteristic? – Nine of Pentacles
Guidance toward self-acceptance, and personal fulfillment and satisfaction with the present (the current state of affairs).
- What are this deck's strengths? – The Emperor
Providing context and clarity to life's situations, grounded in eternal philosophical principles and truths.
- What are this deck's limits? – The Devil
Potential to corrupt perspective, assumptions, and understandings, particularly with overuse.
- What will this deck teach me? – Eight of Swords
Opening up new perspectives, solutions, and perceptions; bringing attention to self-made mental prisons and traps.
- How can I best learn & collaborate with this deck? – The Lovers
Hone intuition and connection to the unconscious and subconscious mind, and be willing to be open and honest with myself.
- What is the potential outcome of my relationship with this deck? – Page of Swords
Uncensored, objective truth, and clearer identification of illusions and deceptions on the part of others.
P.S. This is a super awesome deck so far! I was drawn to it from photos of some of the cards (on the Amazon listing, of course), and it did not disappoint – the artist/author does a great job of capturing the sort of internal conflicts and emotional upheavals women deal with throughout our lives.