There’s no limit to the ways you can use the Creativity Tarot deck, and we’d rather not be too prescriptive about it. But if you need some ideas, here’s a quick guide.
- As a creative prompt.
This is the obvious and easiest way to use the deck. Whenever you need a bit of inspiration or a mental change of gear, set aside 20-30 minutes, commit to following through on whatever comes up, and draw a card at random.
- For professional planning or goal-setting.
Work within the card colours for a more focussed reading; the blue cards are to do with your personal goals, the yellow bring creative fun, and the white are more about staying motivated.
- As a traditional tarot.
We’ll be doing some videos to guide you through some simple readings, but there are some great templates online already, of course. For a straightforward past, present, and future, try a simple three card spread. The Celtic Cross will give you a thorough reading. Our cards are a bit different to the classic decks, with a lot of new guides for the modern age – but they have their essence written on them, so, unlike other decks, there’s no need to consult a separate handbook.
However you work with your cards, remember to focus on an open-ended (not yes/no) question. And have fun!