Why Have a Tarot Reading?
A tarot consultation is a way to gain insight into yourself and/or your situation. You are guided through all the elements that appear in the reading.
Your reading establishes a moment in time. It lets you know what is going on around you. It offers a helicopter view of the circumstances.
Readings can help you figure out how to move past a roadblock you may be experiencing. Tarot sees the truth of things.
It's a guide for you on your journey.
A Reading by KATORA
On Getting a Reading
Before Your Reading:
*Know that Nothing is set in stone!
*Your choices affect The Outcome.
*Having a reading is letting you see the Path Around you.
*If you are not happy with what you see coming up, you can make a change, go left instead of right or make an about face! That is the point of having a reading. You can always DUCK.
*A Reading never ever takes the place of your free will!
Be sure your question goes to the heart of your issue
leaves room for steps forward.
If there is a path you hope to take, or an outcome you favor, acknowledge it!
If you have the time, use the outcome to clarify your question, as in, “what do I need to know for xyz to happen.”
Choices? “What would Path A look like v Path B vs Path C.”
2. BE MINDFUL...SETTLE IN.
Relax. Breathing exercises help. In through the nose and out through the mouth, three times. It is important to feel as centered and grounded as you can be. Tarot readings are meant to be illuminating and healing. Focus on your question before the reading starts. It will better prepare you to absorb the information and get the most guidance.
3. OPEN YOURSELF UP : BE READY TO ABSORB.
Open your heart and mind to the information that comes through
Know that it may not look like what you expected.
Embrace a sense of fun and adventure.
Go in knowing that some of the things you talk about have yet to happen so it might not resonate immediately but some of it will!
It is OK to ask clarifying questions.
Feedback is ALWAYS welcome.
Trust the Process. The Universe has your back !
Let it marinate.
@Readingsbykatora –Kathy Ritondo