If you are like me and are not overly impressed with 2021, I would not throw in the towel yet The year has barely started. I usually see how a year will pan out by March, and I sense things will be somewhat better by then. So hang in there for a bit longer. The week...
Quieting your mind and separating your emotions from your gut feelings takes time and effort to do. However, like with anything else, if you practice it often, it gets better. That is what you need to do when you learn to listen and trust your intuition while you quiet your mind and emotions. You also want to add tarot into the mix when you are working on strengthening your intuition. Once you do that, pull the tarot card, spend some time, just a minute or two, to reflect on the card you drew. Then look at the notes you took while you were noting the information that came to you. Allow yourself to naturally connect to the messages you brought to the meaning of the card you pulled. You will always see a connection. And when you do, your gut will know, and you deep down will see it. That is your intuition talking.
There are plenty of women who hire tarot readers when it comes to doing tarot readings for pregnancy. When I started doing tarot readings regularly over 15 years ago, I dod a tarot reading for a friend who just got pregnant. Listen, I was beginning, and I wasn’t overly aware of what types of readings were ethical and what was not. Maybe I should know off the bat that pregnancy readings were a no-no just because of common sense. However, common sense can lack, as you know, especially when you are just starting with something new. Yet, I did see that it was not ethical to read for someone who wanted to know when they would die. You do not have to be experienced in tarot readings to figure out that it is a significant ethical issue.
At the start of the new week, there will be a New Moon in Capricorn, which happens on the 13th. The New Moon helps you set new intentions for the month ahead, and with it being in Capricorn, the focus is on your professional life. You can set preferences regarding...
Anything that you or a client of yours asks the tarot, you will get an answer. Well, not exactly. You can ask the tarot cards to gain insight on most things. However, there are some questions that you do not want to ask because they either infringe on ethics or aren’t specific enough. The last thing you want to do is do a reading for a client about something that is not ethical, and you end up giving them an answer to the question. However, once the outcome happens, which is very different from the answer you gave the client, you could be in hot water.
Even though some events and incidents in your life are fated, I don’t like to say that whatever a tarot brings out that things are set in stone. When it comes to astrology, I believe that some things in your horoscope indicate fated incidents and events happening at certain times in your life. With tarot, in some cases, yes, and in some cases no.
That is why I personally prefer to read tarot to help provide the querent insight rather than predicting things that will happen. However, tarot can indeed predict fated things, but it can help give you options of how to handle any fated event.