Best and worst questions to ask your tarot reader.
9/8/2012 2:15:25 PM
Can't think of a question to ask a tarot reader? We can help with that. The following list of do and don't questions will aid you in getting a more focused tarot reading.
"Should I change jobs?"
"Will I make more money at XYZ company?
"What are the winning numbers for the lottery?"
"Is my husband cheating on me?"
"Is my son using drugs/drinking?"
"Are my friends talking about me behind my back?"
"Should I date Joe/Jennifer?"
"What does the next year of my life look like?"
"Please give me information about my going to work at XYZ company."
"What can I do to increase my income?"
"How can I put the romance back into my marriage?"
"What do I need to do to improve my relationship with my teenage son?"
"What actions can I take that will help me find my soulmate?"
Always ask for guidance and insight regarding your life. Never ask for information about others. It is unethical to pry into the lives of those that have not consented to the tarot reading. Most tarot readers will not do this. Instead they will help you rephrase the question so that it focuses on you rather than on other people.
Ask empowering questions that you can act upon to improve your life. If your life is just the way you like it, then ask for a general reading, which will provide an overview and some possible insights. It might even allow the Universe to send you whatever information you need to hear at that moment.
For a general overview, I like to get a reading on my birthday each year and ask for a month by month layout with 12 cards, one representing each month. Then I mark the name of the cards on my home calendar. One on each month. That is my guidance card for that month. You can make that quick list right after the reading then transfer it to your calendar later.