A short but sweet spread for solving a problem. Two of the three cards focus on what the problem is, so use the spread for problems where it is important to discover exactly what is wrong.

When you encounter such a problem, grab your pack of Tarot cards, shuffle them, and draw three cards at random. Place them next to each other like this:

- Find the problem
- Define the problem
- Solve the problem

The first card asks for a general overview of what the problem is. Then second wants you to dig a bit deeper until you have a clear image in your mind what the problem is. The third helps you solve the problem.

If you want to know more about finding or identifying problems, have a look at Two troublesome cards and Defining the ill-defined: Part 3. In the same series, Parts 4(a) and 4(b) outline more techniques to define a problem once you have information to work with.

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