A Valentine’s Day post, straight from me to you! During a love reading, I’m actually not a big fan of when the Lovers card comes up. However, most people, when coming to me for a love reading, tend to expect this card because they think Lovers card is equivalent to a big “Yes!” on the relationship in question. Sadly, that’s not always the case. Read more
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Some people wonder if they are “allowed” to talk about their readings after they are complete. I don’t know about you, but I am a blabbermouth sometimes with my own information… and that’s exactly what your reading is: your information. It is for you to do whatever you wish with it. Ignore it. Do your own thing. Take it to heart… or not. Share it with your friends… or not. But that choice to share or not to share doesn’t rest with me as the reader… it rests with you, and you alone. Read more
The most asked questions/topics when slinging tarot cards are pretty easy to pick out. It’s ALWAYS about either love or money (and sometimes if the client can try to fit both in in one reading, they do!). What is it about love and money that make them the most asked topics? I think the answer to this is simple: we all need both. Read more
Sometimes I have clients that just can’t wait to have another tarot reading. While I love enthusiastic clients, I do have to get them to take a deep breath, calm down, and remind them that there’s work that needs to be done first.
I once had a friend of mine ask for a love reading. Less than the span of a week had passed between the first time she asked the question and when she asked again. I went ahead and did the reading… lo and behold, the same cards came up in the EXACT same positions. This was definitely not a coincidence (is there really coincidence when throwing tarot cards?) and I had never seen that happen before (or since). I’m not sure who learned their lesson that day more… me or her. Pretty sure it was me. Read more
I was appalled when I was talking to some fellow tarot readers the other day about nightmare-ish scenarios with some less-than-ideal clients. Some scenarios they were throwing out there seemed unfathomable to me.
For example, if you had a potentially violent ex-boyfriend trying to bang down your door, would you:
a) Call the police
b) Run into the room furthest away from the front door and cry
c) Scream back and further exacerbate the problem
d) Call a tarot reader