It’s a big deal for a person to seek out a tarot reader and divulge personal or intimate details about life to a total stranger. So how does a tarot reader get a client to open up?
Do the magickal roots of tarot reading have a broader view of the healing process than psychotherapeutic remedies?
A reflection on one of Dr. Irwin Yalom’s chapters from his book “The Gift of Therapy” reveals a hidden virtue in the act of tarot reading for others…Charity.
WHO’S the greatest wizard of all? …YOU ARE, that’s who!
Perspective… Revealing too much personal information from the torot reading side of the table might not be the best plan ever…
How do you handle a client who insists on getting her fortune telling woo-woo from you…when you firmly acknowledge that you don’t read the future?
Do we need to wrap ourselves in the culturally-conscripted, market-driven personae of the “fortune teller,” or can we be honest with clientele about the true value in tarot reading?
A tarot master finds a loophole in my argument about group tarot readings…
Some tarot readers are doing great business with group readings…currently made popular at parties and bridal showers, etc. But for ‘therapeutic’-style readings, I still feel like one-to-one readings are the most beneficial.
What are tarot spreads good for ( …besides confusing the reader)? …Turns out they might be useful after all…