A lot of people assume, erroneously, that the Tarot can answer any question they have with a high degree of accuracy. Unfortunately, that’s not how the Tarot works, or any other kind of psychic divination tool either. How these tools work isn’t knowledge that anyone knows for a certainty, which means that if you go into a reading expecting to get all the answers to all of your questions, you’re probably going to be disappointed. This is something you need to keep in mind regardless of whether you’re getting a reading done in person or online. In fact, if you’re getting a reading done online, it’s important that you know what kind of questions to steer clear of entirely because you’ll likely be paying for the reading on a per minute basis.
Multiple Point Questions
Different kinds of tarot spreads excel at answering different kinds of questions. There are even complex spreads for asking questions with multiple parts. However, those kinds of spreads take a long time to set up and an even longer time to interpret. This is okay if you’re seeing a psychic in person, but if you’re doing an online reading, all those minutes spent reading the cards start to add up in regards to how much you’re going to be paying for the session.
Additionally, multiple point questions can result in confusion more than clarification. The Tarot doesn’t spell out the future in definite detail. It hints and suggests what might happen, which means that when you’re asking a question with more than one part that you might get answers that seem confusing. If that happens you’ll likely be frustrated, which means that the reading didn’t really do you any good at all.
Questions You Don’t Want the Answer To
This is something a lot of people do when consulting the Tarot and never really ends well. You might think that by doing it online it will hurt less, but it probably won’t. Everyone has that one question that they already suspect the answer to, and in most cases that answer is one that will hurt somehow. It’s better not to ask these kinds of questions of the Tarot, mainly because once you’re confronted with the answer you suspected, you’re going to feel awful. Asking the Tarot if your husband or wife is cheating on you when you’re already subconsciously know the answer is going to lead to a very unpleasant situation. For questions like those, it’s better to seek a different kind of professional help that can help you work through your emotions.
You may have heard that there’s no such thing as a stupid question but there is, and you should refrain from asking them when you’re paying for a psychic to give you the answer. The Tarot is meant to divine answers to the meaning of your life and your emotional, spiritual, and physical wellbeing. Asking who’s going to win the next Stanley Cup is not only inane, but it’s also a complete waste of the Tarot’s power. Ensure your question is one that has true meaning before you ask (and pay) for the answer.