The first thing I do for this is draw my main three cards. Then I add up the numbers on those cards to get a subject card ( I use this card for context). I then flip over the deck with the rest of the cards to reveal the bottom card (this is the overall theme). Here’s an example of my daily draw using this method. Just to be clear, I made this up, and it’s probably not “traditional”. But it works a little better for me than just simply drawing three cards. 🙂
The example below is today’s draw. Ugh.. It kinda sucks. lol
My main line of three are Clouds, Whip, and Moon. When you add 6 + 11 + 32 you get 49. I then reduce that by adding 4 + 9 to get 13, which is the Child. I read this as confusion (Clouds) and quarrels (Whip) in the evening hours (Moon). This will probably involve my son (Child). And the card on the bottom of the deck was the Cross. Ugh. Such a burden it will be. But I’m a Mom, so this is the cross that I must bear. lol 🙂 *Note – I also look at the line of three vertically. Cross, Whip, and Child. Child causes conflict that will be tiresome.
*Pictured is a Dondorf style Lenormand by Konigs Furt.