FAQ's - General Tarot Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions - General Tarot Questions

FAQs - General Tarot Questions

Good question. No. Make that a great question. And we used to feel exactly that way ourselves. And then we read for psychic call lines. You know what? It totally worked. We were both able to connect with our callers and give them useful, informative readings that were helpful more often than not. You’ll notice that we ask you to upload an image of yourself. Trust us, this isn’t for the sake of our amusement, but instead serves as a way to connect with you. It helps us to give you the best reading possible.
Although, truth be told, we do prefer in-person readings. It makes for a better immediate give-and-take in a reading that you just can’t get as easily any other way. However, that’s just not possible for some of our clients. By doing email readings, we can reach out to far more people and more easily work around our demanding modern lives.

You would think that the Tarot could be asked just about anything, and it can. But if you want you’re reading to actually be useful, here are a few things to keep in mind:

  1. General readings can be VERY difficult to interpret in a standard reading. Usually the more narrowly you define your focus area, the better. “How does my money situation over the new few months look?” isn’t a bad question, for example. “Is my money situation going to get any better?” is an even better question.
    A general “what’s going to happen in my life?” or “How do things look?” question can be queried, but it requires far more time than a standard reading. If you really want a general tarot reading, ask one of us about it.
  2. Do not ask us about games of chance – gambling, the lottery, next week’s poker game. The very fact that they are chance makes them impossible for us to really answer.
  3. Do not ask us when you will die. Or, for that matter, when anyone else will die. As stated in our code of ethics, neither of us will give any suggestions or predictions dealing with someone’s death.
    For the most part, health related questions are not a good idea either. Do not ask if anyone has cancer, if you’re pregnant, or if so-and-so will make it through their surgery. Instead of asking the tarot, ask the people who can give you concrete answers, like doctors. (Or a pregnancy test.)
    Give the tarot a good, open-ended tarot question and you’ll get some great direction and advice. And if you can ask that question in relation to yourself, it will be even better. Not “Will I get this job?” or even if “Should I take this job?”, but rather “Is this job a good fit for me?” Not “Does X love me?” or “Will we ever get together?” but “How does my love life look in the near future?” or “Would X be a good partner for me?”

Thus far the psychics that we've been around seem simply to be more in tune with a persons energy, body language, facial ticks and/or other clues we give off unknowingly.. Becomes very uncanny at times but it is just a tool to be used when connecting with someone else.

Although there were a couple of psychics that Laurel could worked with who could do some amazing things – like take you room by room through your house in search of a missing object. Honestly, we wouldn’t want to be able to read minds. Think about all of the thoughts that go through your head during any given moment. It’s an awful lot for you to keep up with, and it’s your head.  We aren’t saying that there aren’t folks out there who can read minds, but if they do exist, there aren’t many of them.

A Tarot deck is very similar to a deck of playing cards, with a few exceptions. The deck is composed of four suits, which easily correspond to those in a regular card deck: cups = hearts, wands = clubs, coins (or pentacles) = spades, and swords = diamonds. You also have the standard court cards, plus four extra court cards known as pages (or princesses, depending on the deck). These 56 cards comprise the Lower, or Minor, Arcana.

Where the Tarot deck great differs from a regular deck of cards is the addition of another 22 cards known as the Greater, or Major, Arcana. These cards, 0 – 21, represent different archetype influences and carry names such as “The Fool”, “Strength”, “Death”, and “The Universe”.

While fortunes can be told with a regular deck of playing cards, it is the inclusion of the Greater Arcana that really adds to the depth, mystery, and usefulness of a deck of Tarot cards. It’s also what really helps set them apart from all the other various metaphysical decks in use out there.

If you’d like to know more about the history of the Tarot, check out our very first blog post, ______________.

This answer really does depend on who you talk to, but since you’re asking a couple of Tarot readers, no. Seriously, Tarot cards are merely objects. And an object is neither good nor evil. They are merely tools that we use for completing or accomplishing things.

Goodness no! The Death card in the Greater Arcana merely indicates change or transformation. Sometime it might indicate a more abrupt change than you may have been expecting but often it can be a really amazing card to have pop up in your reading

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