A main subject we discussed was the tarot reader’s responsibility to read the cards and pass on the information. Everyone feels both a bit fascinated and spooked out when meeting a clairvoyant who can just look at you and start talking about your life, perfectly describe a “man /woman” you love or warn you that someone in the family is going to die.
However, the curious thing that I have found is that when the tarot tells a client on the spot that he/she will fall in love, the person usually doesn’t believe it.
And it was during one of these encounters that I came across a dear health professional that asked me, “So you’re a tarot reader? My mother also reads tarot cards.”
Lately, some leaders (from countries that we all know) are facing rumors of an eventual ejection from power. This is something we can’t ignore at all. Likewise, let’s talk about when YOU ask the tarot if it’s the right time for a “domestic impeachment”… better known as a divorce.
One day, a friend wrote on Facebook: “Only here, that a such a bad year seems to have been so spectacular!”.
As a tarot reader, it’s very interesting to see what a person posts compared to what they tell me during a consultation.
What happens when you think that you came for a tarot reading “just out of curiosity” and instead the cards give you a very important message? This happened to a client who was unhappy with work and felt that the tarot could shed a bit of light on some of her issues.
At the end of a consultation, a client wanted to know if she would speak again to her friend, because they had had a fight.