Do you have what it takes to be a great Tarot reader and earn a living doing what you love? Here’s the secret that your soul already knows…
Can you be a Christian and a Tarot reader? Or will you burn in hell if you perform an act of divination? What does your heart tell you… Will you let someone else dictate the truth?
Do you actually look at the cards and SEE or do you read the cards based on the card meanings you learned from them? Let’s talk about psychic ability and the Tarot! Which of the two types of Tarot readers are you?
Learn what Reader Hopping is and the most commonly asked question by Reader Hoppers. Find out what the dangers are, as well as how to avoid Reader Hopping, both as client and as a professional reader.
Misfit Monday is a new series of posts to help you appreciate why you don’t fit in and why you’re not meant to. Each Monday I share candidly from my own life and experience as a Tarot reader, healer and psychic and you also get a new Tarot spread to play with.
How is to set boundaries in place with your Tarot reading clients to prevent unhealthy attachment. Keep your client relationships healthy and professional!
Learn how to read and master the Tarot with these five easy steps that help you create an emotional and intuitive connection to the cards.
If success were measured by how well we align with our inner calling, I would be right up there in the eyes of the world. As it is, my choice of profession as a Tarot reader instead often leads to me being more or less quietly excluded/ostracized or sometimes even publically ridiculed and told that I take advantage of gullible and psycholigically vulnerable people…
A deck of cards… what can you actually gain from consulting a deck of cards? Isn’t a Tarot reading only something for the extremely gullible that are afraid of getting cursed unless they cross the fortune-tellers palm with silver?
Can Tarot readers read your mind and should they really all be working for free? Learn about some of the most common myths people have about Tarot readers and what healthy expectations of readers and their services might look like instead.
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