The Tree of Life Tarot Spread
The free online tree of life tarot reading spread is a very thorough method of exploring the general path of the querent’s life. To use this spread concentrate on a question to put before the cards.
With the tree of life you can gain some insight into the workings of the mystical Kabbalah
Life is a beautiful, complex layering of laws and interdependent movements of matter and energy. Tree of Life is a systematic overview of how existence functions, on every level, from the microcosmic to the macrocosmic. The tree of life is the basis of all religions, sciences, philosophies, and arts. Gnosis reveals the living structures of existence, a beautiful and complex layering of laws and interdependent movements of matter and energy. Kabbalah is a systematic overview of how existence functions, on every level, from the microcosmic to the macrocosmic. The tree of life is a science, a philosophy, an art, and a religion, but is universal, and applies to all religions, all sciences, all philosophies, and all arts. The tree of life provides an understanding of how the human being fits into nature, and how nature functions, from the lowest, most dense levels, all the way up to the most profound. Through this knowledge, a person comes to know where they are now in the scale of the universe, and how to traverse those levels and reach a better station in life.
1. Highest ideals
2. Creative power
5. Force of your being
6. Health, beauty and altruism
7. Lovers, Lusts, Artistic self and Instincts
8. You as a procreator, designer and scientist
9. Imagination and psychic self
10. Physical self The tree of life is a universal knowledge that has appeared in many forms around the world.
Although we use the Hebrew word Kabbalah to describe it, this knowledge is not the property of the Jews or any other group. Kabbalah is also known by other names, such Kalachakra in Tibetan Buddhism. Modern science calls it “physics,” but they have not yet discovered the full range of this knowledge. For that, they need to use other instruments that reach far beyond the reach of the physical senses. The word Kabbalah comes from the Hebrew language and can be spelled Cabala or Qabala, since it is derived from the Hebrew קבלה, from קבל which means “to receive.” (In the Gnostic tradition, the spelling with the “K” is preferred because the three arms of the letter represent the three primary forces, the trinity or trimurti). The root word is significant because real tree of life is not an invention or theory: it is the direct perception (reception) of the truth. When the truth is seen, there is no theory or belief needed. The truth simply is. Yet, the fundamental truth cannot be seen physically, because the fundamental truth is beyond the reach of the physical senses. Thus, the true investigator of tree of life knows how to perceive that which is beyond the physical senses.