Tarot changed my life

 FREE 15-minute call – Tarot one-card-pull

Book a call with me to ask the cards about your next step or for insight to help to make a decision.

To get the most from this FREE 15-minute LIVE Zoom call please use the booking link below which will prompt you to write down the question that you would like to ask the cards.

To get the greatest clarity from the Tarot you need to be as specific as possible. The clearer your question, the clearer the answer.

Tarot is a self-reflection tool that helps give clarity about ourselves and the energies around us that are affecting us that we are conscious or unconscious of. Although it can seem quite magical, the power is not in the Tarot. It is in us. And it is then up to us to take action on the guidance given.  

Because of this, there are questions that I won’t be able to answer, such as the ones below.

 Don’t ask questions that are:

  • Too wide – eg. ‘What’s my life purpose?’ This is a BIG question! It’s better to ask “What would help me find my life purpose?” or if you think you’ve found it already you could ask “What would help me step into it in a bigger way?”   
  • Time-related – eg. when will _____________ happen? Timelines are very fluid and so making predictions are unhelpful. 
  • About other peoples’ lives that aren’t connected to yours – never use Tarot without someone else’s permission.
  • About health; yours or loved ones – this is not something we can generally influence and is something that you should ask someone medically qualified. You could ask instead, “How can I support__________(person)? How do I best navigate the situation?
  • Legal questions – Answers to these questions are also not something you can easily influence as someone else is making the decision.
  • Asking “Should I_________?” You need to take responsibility and be accountable for making decisions in your life, rather than ‘Tarot told me to”. A better way to ask is “What’s the impact/what are the pros and cons of making _____________ choice?”
  • Disempowering questions – eg. Why does bad stuff always happen to me? Tarot is about taking responsibility for our own patterns of behaviour, not blaming others for their’s. We are not victims! A better question is to ask, “What can I do to improve __________ situation?”
  • About winning the lottery – It’s not helpful to ask the Tarot about games of chance.

 Guidance for asking questions

So what does make a good question for asking the Tarot, then?

Here are a few examples, but if you’d like more suggestions, feel free to download my free ‘Tarot spreads and question prompts’ pdf.

  • What do I need to know about __________right now?
  • What do I need to do to achieve___________? 
  • What is standing in the way of ________ and how can I best overcome this? 
  • How can I improve my chances of success in___________? 
  • What am I contributing to _____________ issue? 
  • What do I need to change in order to successfully achieve ________? 
  • What is the potential for__________? 

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