An ethical Tarot reader will not give out professional legal Tarot guidance. But doing a reading for holistic support around a legal issue is a good idea.
It is #WorldValuesDay and the Moon is New in Libra. A good time to expose the censorship and unethical practices of ‘spiritual’ publishers Hay House. For a supposedly spiritual publishing company, they have a very warped understanding of ethical behaviour in business.
Re-examining my beliefs on which questions are appropriate for the Tarot this eclipse season and letting go of any presuppositions that block intuitive guidance
The most commonly asked questions aren’t always the best questions to ask of the Tarot. Find out what people ask and what they should really be asking instead.
Why it is important to allow the Tarot cards to carry the full spectrum of meanings and to not censor grief, loss or suffering.
Nobody is born a great Tarot reader – It takes hard work and making the right choices along the way – especially the kind of choices that form good habits. Everybody can learn these 15 habits and improve the quality of life as well as their Tarot reading skills.
These are the three steps you need to take with your Tarot clients if you wish to ensure that they get a holistic and empowering reading.
Explaining why doing Tarot readings for people who are wanting to cheat on their partner is a no-go zone for me.
A list of 10 things an ethical professional Tarot reader would never do – Use it as a checklist to avoid charlatans and unethical Tarot practices!
Have you ever wondered why it is so hard to read for yourself about love and relationships? Maybe you have even had the experience of going to a couple of different Tarot readers with the same question and received wildly varying predictions? It’s pretty bad when you have a reading or two and end up more confused than you were to begin with!
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