Sometimes you may feel like the question you have for your reader isn’t good enough, isn’t specific enough, or is just plain silly. What kinds of questions should you be asking your tarot reader anyhow? Here you’ll find a few tips on how to ask good, solid questions that will help you get the answers you really want.
Open Ended Questions
So you go into your reading and ask the cards if you’ll ever find love. You draw the Hermit. Convinced that you’ll live a life of solitude, you leave the reading completely bummed. Now, if you’d asked a more open ended question like “What can I do to create the love life I want?” and draw the same card, it takes on an entirely different meaning. Now that card is telling you that you need to take some time to yourself and live outside of a relationship for a while before the love you want can come along. Having asked an open ended question, you’re making yourself more open to answers that can actually help you.
Questions That Get To the Heart of the Matter
What is it you’re really looking for? Sometimes because of fear, shyness or even just a lack of additional thought we can be led to wording things in a way we don’t quite mean. If you want to know if a girl likes you, rather than asking her directly you may step around the issue to try and find little clues. This approach can be pretty engrained in us, and it’s detrimental to a tarot card reading. Read over your question and make sure it’s going to give you the kind of answer you’re really looking for.
Questions They Can Actually Answer
No tarot reader, no matter how experienced, is going to be able to give you the name of your soul mate. Anyone who tells you they can is just trying to sell you something. When you’re creating a question, make sure it’s one that your tarot reader can actually answer for you and isn’t something that requires psychic powers to figure out. Tarot readers aren’t psychic, after all. Instead ask them questions like what kind of qualities your soul mate might have and what you can do to keep an eye out so you don’t miss them should they happen to wander into your life.
The better you know yourself, the better your reading is going to be. Don’t ask your reader to find out why you’re not moving ahead in your career like you want to if you know the reason is because you refuse to do more work. This is a question you already know the answer to, and your reader isn’t going to be able to tell you anything different no matter how much you wish they could. Ask instead whether or not this is really the career path for you, or if you should start looking at other companies that don’t require you to take on work that you’re uncomfortable with.