Tarot Readings at Events

Tarot readings are often imagined as intimate, one-on-one session between reader and querent, a personal, solitary service with a somber tone. That scenario is the absolute opposite of my personal and professional experience. One of my favorite jobs was a party I worked where a group of friends sat around a long table listening to and observing their friends' readings. It was loud, energetic, and incredibly insightful, which is why I highly recommend considering having a tarot reader at your event, be it a girls' night or a wedding reception.

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Moving Beyond the Books: Learning Tarot From Your Own Life

Advancing in your own tarot reading skills is a matter of practice and study, something many veteran practitioners will tell you. Our own lives--the successes, the hardships, the waiting periods--all of that contributes to our individual understanding and intuition when interpreting the cards. Maybe you don't think your life has been that tough or interesting to have good experience-based intuition, but you're wrong. Sorry, you're just wrong. Everyone's life is full of lessons to be drawn from when advice or learning is necessary.

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How I Learned Tarot (And How I Approach It Now)

The first time I picked up a pack of cards to use them in divination was to ask them about a crush. According to them, it was incredibly one-sided and I should have been focusing on something else, but of course, seventeen-year-old me didn't like that answer, so I rephrased my question and reshuffled. It took me a few more consistently similar self-readings to realize this wasn't like shaking a Magic 8-Ball and hoping for a "Yes" after so many "Don't count on its," but it was too late.

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