Free 7 Card Tarot Card Reading Online

Miriam’s 7-Card Spread for Advice and Guidance

Best Practices for an Accurate Reading

Here’s a free 7-card tarot reading for you. Tarot readings are a great way to gain insight into your present and future. Spreads are basically layouts of cards that help you understand the past, current events and provide insights about the future. Below, I’ve outlined some best practice steps you can take to prepare both yourself and this digital deck to do your reading.

Prepare Yourself

  • Before you begin, take three deep breaths and take a couple of moments to clear your head and center yourself.
  • Think of a question or problem you’re dealing with, and spend a moment just focusing on your question.
  • Intend to align your energy with the answers and solutions you’re seeking.

Prepare the Deck

  • Put your hands in front of your screen and imagine that you are clearing this digital deck with your energy. In other words, intend that the deck in front of you will show you exactly what you need to know and for the best of all involved.
  • Affirm that the cards will be placed in divine synchronicity and tell yourself out loud (or in your head if you’re not alone) that each card you flip is the right one for you or your situation.
  • Most importantly, know that whatever you read can be interpreted many ways.

Get Your Free 7-Card Tarot Reading Here

When ready, click to shuffle your tarot cards and flip each row to get your reading. You may choose to read one row and then flip the next or flip them all at once. Choose your own spread and card meanings, or use the one at the top of this post. There’s an alternative one at the bottom as well.

Flip Cards
The Empress tarot

The Empress

The Empress is associated with motherhood and anything that is maternal. There is nurturing creativity and abundance. It can also be a sign of pregnancy, and if this card comes up, it can be a sign of an opportunity on the way.

Corresponding Number: 3
Corresponding Planet: Venus
Enneagram Type: 2

The Empress reversed can indicate problems in the home, financial problems, as well as stagnation.

Five of Cups

Five of Cups

This is the card that represents disappointment, regret, and setbacks. The associated astrological placement is Mars in Scorpio.

When this card is in reverse, it means that you are moving on and you have forgiven yourself.

Queen of Cups

Queen of Cups

This card represents a character that is caring, kind, compassionate, intuitive, goes with the flow, and stable on an emotional level. Astrologically this card is associated with Gemini and Cancer.

When this card is in reverse, it can indicate selfishness and be codependent.

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Queen of Swords

Queen of Swords

This card is indicative of someone who is quite independent, objective, and is clear with communicating, and has boundaries set. Astrologically, Virgo and Libra are associated with this card.

In reverse, this card indicates a trait of being cold, too emotional, unkind, or not thinking for oneself.

The Magician tarot

The Magician

Creation, innovation, using the brain to make something new, powerful, resourceful, skills and an abundance of energy.

Corresponding Number: 1
Corresponding Planet: Mercury
Enneagram Type: 3

The Magician in reverse is a sign of deceit, no energy, problems with communication, poor intentions.

Four of Swords

Four of Swords

This is the card that represents rest and sleep. It can also mean recuperation as well as meditation, and ‘sleeping on it’. Astrologically, this card is linked to Jupiter in Libra.

This card in reverse can either indicate stagnation where you have been contemplating for too long or being burned out.

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Five of Wands

This card is indicative of conflicts, competition, and tension, as well as disagreements. Astrologically, this card represents Saturn in Leo.

When this card shows up in reverse, it represents all of those things within.

An Alternative 7-Card Spread

You can alternatively choose to read these tarot cards is by row:

  • Row 1 is the present, with cards one, two, and three representing you, the situation, and the next move.
  • Row 2 is the future, with cards four, five, and six representing what to expect if you continue on the same path, what to do if you want to change that and what to do if you want to stick with the current trajectory.
  • Row 3, containing the final card, represents the final outcome if you follow the advice for change.