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.
Throw the first stone the one who never got a little paranoid at work when his company undergoes changes, profits are low due to the economy and you need this job to pay your bills.
… then you come for a tarot consultation
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.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of visiting São Paulo to take a tarot class related to health and therapies. In fact, to learn a technique in which from the tarot spread it can found if the person has a health problem. It was actually a class about diseases.
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.
“Almost” is what I’d like to think … there’s a long way from my tarot classes to become Harry Potter’s British wizarding school. I would love to be in that place. But how did I learn to read tarot cards?
The same way you confess to your therapist that you do things considered socially bizarre, you directly ask your tarot reader, almost as if asking the maître if they have fried calamari: “Could you please check if a magic spell has been cast on me?”
Most people go to a fortuneteller, tarot reader and other psychics waiting for predictions of what will happen in their lives. Have you ever imagined doing the opposite? Coming up with a list of projects, explaining what you want out of life and asking the tarot to help you separate the wheat from the tares?
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.