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.
Happy New Year, and prepare yourself for significant changes. However, the focus here is what is happening this week. On January 5th, Mercury will conjunct with Pluto in Capricorn,, giving you a powerful way of thinking which makes it easier to solve problems. Then on...
It happens to every tarot reader. They do a reading for themselves or a client, and then they end up conjuring up a disaster. For instance, they may end up with a cheerful card at the beginning of the reading, such as the Sun. However, the following cards end up being the Tower or the Ten of Swords, or the Three of Swords, or others. Therefore, things look good at first; then it blows up into smoke. The spread spells disaster or bad news in general.
Great news as we are approaching the last week of 2020! And the week begins with the Sun in Capricorn trine Uranus in Taurus, which makes you innovative. You will think about what you can create, and then Venus in Sagittarius will square Neptune in Pisces. That can...
If you are a tarot reader, you may or may not know about Lenormand cards. Some tarot readers use both sets of cards, and many tarot readers use Lenormand cards in readings combined with tarot cards. Additionally, the general public may know some aspects of tarot cards, such as that so-called dreaded Death card (for understandable reasons if they don’t know the tarot very well). However, there is a good chance they know very little about Lenormand cards.