I've made a new spread to get better understanding on specific problems or difficult situations, but guess it can apply to other subjects too.
1-. What is the problem?
2-. How do you feel about it?
3-. What is the real problem?
4-. What can help to solve it?
5-. What can make it worse?
6-. What comes after.
7-. What can you learn about this?
1-. Is the first approach to the situation. It shows what the querent perceives as the problem.
2-. How is feeling the querent about the problem and how is facing it.
3-. This is suposed to show the root of the problem, the underlying situation or other related issues the querent isnt aware of it. Problems are often like icebergs, card 1 shows the top, what we see, this card shows all the ice that is under.
4-. This tells what the querent can do to make the situation better. Can show too persons or positive external influences.
5-. Opposing at 4. Shows what's not good to do or other elements that can make things go worse, be it people or events.
6-. The next step in the problem, outcome.
7-. This shows what the querent could learn passing through this problem. Can serve like a second advice on how to deal with it in an specific internal level.
I've been trying it and seems to work quite fine. I only had few trouble with reading the cards in 5, but guess is just me. What do you think about it? Any suggestions?