Tarot is a divination and a guidance tool which originated way back in the 15th century in Italy.
Even though the word ‘divination’ means ‘to foresee’, tarot (or tarot cards prediction) is not a prediction system, but rather a guidance system. Depending on the guidance that is given to the seeker, he/she can make the most appropriate free choices in the given situation so as to achieve the most appropriate outcome.
Tarot is a structured system and a tarot reader will choose a deck and/or a spread depending on the subject of the question, person for whom the reading is being done or any other influence at the time of the reading.
Tarot Cards Prediction: What To Keep In Mind During A Session
- If you ask a vague and general question, so too will be the answer!
- Any question about another person’s life/choices will never give an accurate answer, as you see it from your view and this may not necessarily be the situation at hand. Example – in love Tarot (or tarot card reading for love), if you ask a question such as ‘Does XYZ person love me?’
- Avoid asking ‘Does XYZ person hate me?’. It is an inappropriate question as hate is such a strong word and an answer to such a question will be quite dis-empowering.
- Avoid asking ‘Should I…’ type of questions as it shows that you’re refusing to take the responsibility of your choices and your life.
- Timing questions such as ‘When will I get a promotion?’ is a big no because nobody can predict the future!
It is good to rephrase the questions when you find yourself in a situation like stated above.
Hints On How To Frame Questions During A Tarot Cards Prediction Session
Below are examples of an ideal way to frame your question when getting a tarot card reading done
- What do I need to know about…?
- What do I need to do to achieve…?
- What is standing in the way and how can I best overcome this?
- How can I improve my ability to…?
- What role do I play in so-and-so’s life/issue?
- What do I need to change in order to…?
- What is the potential for…?
Don’t forget, ‘The art of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.’
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