How to Ask the Right Questions For Your Tarot Reading

How to Ask the Right Questions For Your Tarot Reading

Generally speaking, great questions are those that help you understand your situation on a deeper level and unearth constructive suggestions on how to move forward.

Bad questions (there are plenty of them) usually stem from a victim mindset and the belief that your destiny is set in stone – fun fact: it isn’t. Tarot is supposed to help you create your future.

Also, only ask questions that pertain to yourself and not someone else. Peeking into someone else’s life without permission is simply a no-go.

Examples of good questions (open-ended, forward-thinking, constructive):

  • How can I advance my career?
  • What is my life purpose?
  • How can I improve my finances?
  • How can I strengthen my marriage/romantic relationship?
  • What is keeping me from walking my highest path?
  • How can I best address a certain issue (e.g. politics at work, frequent disagreements with a loved one, etc.)?

Examples of bad questions (victim mentality, passive, looking back):

  • Who did my boyfriend cheat on me with?
  • When will I get married?
  • Will I win the lottery?
  • Did I make the wrong decision in breaking up with him/her?
  • Tell me about my future. (too broad, not focused, too passive)

If I deem your questions unsuitable, I’ll attempt to rephrase and get your agreement before proceeding with the reading. In the rare case of complete disagreement, a full refund will be processed.

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