The divine world once more beckons... While I am still taking a break from any personal reading, I have also been trying to think about a way to make tarot storytelling more accessible to you. I have a few pointers to share when reading:
♡ Don't see each card individually. Think about how one meaning can relate to the other.
How could status or feelings climax and turn into the next card?

♡ Can you relate any of the card meanings to people you know? (Court cards after Major Arcana.)
Parting from your starting point, connect them through characters, colors, settings, and feelings.
Be intuitive! Get creative, but not fictitious!

Are you currently in a place in which you find you need insight on a complicated, serious matter? Maybe have a lot of feelings in conflict because of a certain decision you need to make? It can be easy to feel overwhelmed when intense feelings are involved... (Because, as many of you know, the Majors stand in for your most essential feelings and qualities.)

This spread can be read as a story in which 1 represents the Now, all the way to the 22nd, which concludes the reading, but not your story. If your problem is short term, I recommend using the 1 - 3, 4 - 6, 7 - 9, 10 - 12, 13 - 15, 16 - 18, 19 - 21 cycles as night, day, night, day, night, day, night. This gives you three full days and a little spare time to work with.

Another time measurement could be a 22 day count in which 1 stands for today, and your concluding card 22 stands for 21 days from now. This would be a good way to sum it all up within a little under a month!

These are my interpretations on this spread, but should you wish to use the traditional Gypsy Spread, use the following:

01 - 03; Infancy + family situation until 14 years of age.
04 - 06; Teenage youth until 21 years of age.

10 - 12; Favorable factors.
13 - 15; Challenging factors.
16 - 18; Short-term future. (Less than 6 months.)
19 - 21; Long-term future.
16 - 18; General conclusion.
Light some incense, ready your space, and jump into some tarot!

Should you have any comments or questions, please feel free!