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Published 11/08/2022 by Joanne Jones

What Questions Not to Ask During a Tarot Card Reading?

The key to getting the most out of your tarot reading session is to ask great questions. This way, you'll know whether any areas in your life need more attention and insight from an experienced psychic reader before making life decisions based on what the reader has seen throughout the tarot reading.

Tarot readings can be a fantastic opportunity to self-reflect and a great way to explore your thoughts for a brighter future. However, there are some questions you should never ask in a tarot card reading. Some people prepare lists for various types of questions, while others prefer going without anything specific planned at the start of the reading and just seeing what comes up in their everyday life; either method will provide a host of valuable information.

Before you start your tarot reading, it is always advisable to prepare your questions so your reader understands the areas of your life that you would like guidance on. This will help them to give you more specific and detailed answers.

For example, if you are interested in love and relationships, you might want to ask about your current relationship or a previous one. If you are wondering about your career, you could ask which path to take or whether you are on the right track. By preparing your questions beforehand, you can ensure that you get the most out of your reading.

1. Questions About Death Should Be Avoided

There are some questions you shouldn't ask a tarot reader about death. For example, "When will my life end?" or even worse: "What happens after I die?" These inquiries can be uncomfortable and intrusively personal for someone who has experienced losses in their own lives; it's always best to let fate take its course! Asking about death, disease, or other dark topics can negatively affect tarot readings. It may cause you to focus more on the negative aspects of your life rather than the positive potential ahead.

2. Questions About Legal Issues

Questions about legal matters should be avoided during a tarot reading. This is because the tarot cannot give specific advice about legal issues, and any attempt to do so could be considered as providing professional legal advice without a license. Additionally, asking about legal issues could open the tarot reader to liability as they may not have the qualifications to answer these questions with the correct knowledge.

If you have specific legal questions, you should consult an attorney instead of relying on a tarot reading. The tarot is best used for more general guidance, and it is not intended to replace the services of a professional legal advisor. This includes questions about your legal troubles or those of someone close to you.

3. Questions About Health Issues

Health-related questions can be tough to answer due to the complex nature of the human body and the many factors that can influence one's health. Asking a tarot reader to predict whether you will develop a specific health condition or whether you will experience an improvement in your health is generally not considered a good idea. The same goes for asking questions about death or other potentially sensitive topics. While tarot readings can offer valuable insights, it's important to remember that they should not be relied upon for making major life-health choices.

4. Yes or No Questions

Yes or no questions, for example, can be challenging to answer with any degree of accuracy. The tarot is a complex system with many possible interpretations, and a simple yes or no response may not do justice to the nuances of the reading. In addition, questions that are too specific may also be challenging to answer.

The tarot can provide general guidance but cannot always give detailed answers about particular people or events. As a result, it is often best to avoid asking overly specific questions in a tarot reading. Focusing on more general issues can give the tarot reader a better opportunity to provide meaningful insights into your life.

5. Questions About Money

It is generally considered harmful to ask questions about money in a tarot reading. This is because money is seen as a very personal and sensitive topic, and it can be pretty challenging to get an accurate reading on such matters. Additionally, many people believe that questions about money can lead to negative energy and bad luck. As such, it is best to avoid asking questions about finances in a tarot reading and instead focus on more general topics.

However, if you need to ask a question about money, frame it positively and avoid overly specific queries. For example, rather than asking, "Will I ever be able to afford a new car?" try asking, "What steps can I take to improve my financial situation?" Focusing on the positive and avoiding specific details will improve your chances of getting a helpful and accurate reading.

6. The Same Question, Over and Over Again

Asking questions is a crucial part of learning, but there comes the point where asking the same question repeatedly can become counterproductive. In this situation, taking a step back and assessing why you're stuck is essential. In some cases, you might need more information. In others, you might be afraid of learning something new that would challenge your existing beliefs.

Regardless of the reason, it's essential to push through your comfort zone and explore different perspectives to benefit your approach to life. The tarot is meant to provide guidance and advice, so focus your questions on areas where you feel stuck or uncertain. With a bit of preparation, you can make the most of your tarot reading and gain valuable insights into your life.

When asking questions about tarot cards, it is essential to ensure that you are ready for the answer you might receive. The cards can provide insight and clarity into a situation, but they can also reveal things you might not be prepared to deal with. If you are not ready for the answer, it can leave you feeling frustrated or regretful.

It is always best to speak to your psychic reader about how to word your questions to ensure you get the most valuable answers for you. Remember, change is a part of life, and tarot readings should be used as a guide rather than a definitive answer to a brighter future.

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