Soulmate Tarot Cards
Which tarot cards indicate a soul mate? Below, you’ll find a list of tarot cards that I look for when I’m doing a soulmate tarot reading for someone. I also have a couple of quick soulmate tarot spreads you can do for yourself.
The Lovers is the ultimate soulmate tarot card. I think of it as an intense connection between two people. It’s about following your heart and not your head.
Ace of Cups
This card is about the beginning of a brand new love cycle. It’s falling in love with someone. Water in the tarot represents emotion and, in this card, that love is overflowing.
Two of Cups
In some ways, the Two of Cups is the minor Arcana equivalent of The Lovers. I think of this card as a partnership card, first and foremost. It means you have found a life partner. This car doesn’t have to be purely romantic, by the way. It can be in a business partner, a friendship, even a family relationship. But there is a kinship between these two people. They are on the same page and they want the same thing. They are a unit.
Six of Cups
So, this is a card of the past, of childhood. When I see this card in a soulmate tarot reading, it’s a sense of soul recognition between two people, meaning you might have been together before in a past life. Or there is some sort of tie between you and this other person. You might have known them since you both were children or there is an innocent quality to your love, like having your first crush all over again.
For me as a reader, The Star also has a soulmate quality. It’s a very spiritual card. It means hope or having a wish granted. There’s a spiritual connection here between the two of you, that goes beyond physical attraction or an emotional bond.
This card is about balance. When I think of soulmates, I envision this person’s energy as being complementary…where you have a weakness, this person has a strength. And vice versa. This card is also about being patient, being steadfast. For me, this card also has a soul connotation…it’s about the very best of what a person is capable of. Their highest self.
Wheel of Fortune
So, this is about fate here. This person is meant to be on your path, they are part of your journey and the connection was meant to be. The Wheel of Fortune is fate, destiny, good luck, good fortune, and this is an important connection.
Soulmate Tarot Spreads
Here are two helpful tarot spreads to determine if someone is your soulmate, or how you might go about meeting this person, if he or she hasn’t shown up yet.
When Will I Meet My Soulmate Tarot Spread
If you haven’t met a special someone yet, this is the tarot spread for you.
Who Is This Person
Ideally, you should pull a court card here, but any card you pull will give you a portrait of this person. Maybe it is about their work or their relationships or even what they love. If you want more information, pull a clarifying card for yourself as well.
How Will I Know This is My Person
This is an important question. This is a sign pf what you should look out for to determine whether or not this is the one. Let’s go through some examples. What if you pull the Queen of Wands? You might be looking for a fire sign. A Leo, a Sagittarius, or an Aries. What if you pull The Magician? I would be looking for someone who is very intentional about how they speak, they have a tendency to manifest or call things in for themselves. This person might even be an energy worker. The Magician is very well spoken and a charmer.
Where/How Will I Meet This Person
Okay, so this one is tricky. Tarot cards are about energies and less about corporeal places. The card isn’t going to tell you that you will meet your soulmate at the mall on Saturday. But it can give you a general idea. For example, if you pull The World or The Chariot, you might meet this person while traveling or this might be a long distance relationship.
If you pull the Three of Pentacles, you might meet them through work. What about the Wheel of Fortune? You might just run into this person through sheer luck.
So, pulling a timing card is helpful here. You can narrow down your window of opportunity. You need to pick a numbered card (not the court cards or Major Arcana) from the suits. For example, the Two of Cups would mean two years, two months, two weeks, the second month of a year, the second day of a month….some number of two will be involved here. The Three of Pentacles would mean three years, three months…etc. You get the idea.
What happens if you don’t get a numbered card? Keep going until you get one, but interpret the cards you get along the way, because they will tell you what obstacles or opportunities you might meet along the way.
I nearly always ask this question. There might be something you are missing, and this question gets to the heart of it. Maybe there is something you can do to bring about this relationship sooner. Maybe there is something that you need to know about yourself or this person. You never know what might come up with the sort of question.
Is He My Soulmate Tarot spread
How does this person feel about me?
I always ask this question rather than if a person loves me because people are complex and we might feel more than one way about a person. When in doubt, ask an open-ended question in a tarot reading so that you can get as much information as possible.
Is this person my soulmate?
Here’s the big-ticket question that you want to know. Please have a look at the tarot cards I mentioned above for some insight on this question. What happens if you don’t see one of those cards? Well, you might want to ask if there is a soulmate out there for me?
What are the blockages in this relationship?
This is a helpful question when you want to figure out what the roadblocks are or barriers that you need to get around. This can be feelings like fear or anxiety. It can also be obstacles like family members or a job.
Where is this relationship going?
This will give you an idea of where this relationship could end up. Are you looking for a commitment? Is your partner looking for one? What if this person isn’t interested in marriage? This will give you an idea of what you can expect.
I always ask this in every single spread I do for myself. And I do this for my clients as well.
You might want to check out some of my other tarot spreads.