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TAROT - How Often

Should You

Have a Reading?

One of my FAQs is, "How often should I have a Tarot Card
reading?" There is no general answer. It depends on your purpose
- what type of reading you are having and the way you are using
it. If you are looking for some indication about what is
happening in general in the future, then you could have a
reading every six months or so, or perhaps every year.

This kind of reading tends to involve a bigger "spread" or
"layout" as Tarot readings are called, with more cards in it.
This allows a broader view of trends that may be coming into
play around you. It usually tells a reader whether you are in a
time of change or of relative stability - whether new stuff is
going to happen or things remain very similar to how they are
now. You don't need this kind of reading very frequently. It's
"big picture" stuff and tends to change slowly.

If you are looking at one issue at a time, such as if you are
going to get a new job soon, you can ask that question with a
smaller kind of layout. A few cards or a Celtic Cross will be
fine and will tell you what the possibilities are in that
situation. The reading might tell you if you need to add to your
skills and head off in a new career direction or search more
thoroughly for a job than you are currently doing. If you asked
about moving house it might say that moving would be disruptive
at this time. The Tarot is always more than just "Yes" or "No".
Usually it gives you some advice or insight as well.

With a reading based on one specific topic you can ask whenever
you like as long as the topics are different. It's no good
asking the same thing many times, because the answers just
become confusing and often merely reflect how you are feeling
that day. I always try to discourage people from becoming
dependent on divination. Asking the same question again and
again, trying to "nag" the cards into telling you what you want
to hear is not healthy. Sometimes life doesn't give us what we
want and we have to accept that and get on with things as best
we can.

It's better not to ask trivial questions. I have found that the
Tarot works best when you've thought out your question carefully
and put it in a sensible manner. When you have an answer to a
question, then it's a good idea to go away and reflect on it and
see how that answer can help you with your problem. That is one
of the strengths of the Tarot - guidance. It can help us to see
solutions for ourselves.

By using the Tarot wisely, it becomes like talking to a good
friend. The answers often open up new ways of looking at our
lives that can help us bring out the best for ourselves in the
future. Like all good friends it responds best if you take
notice of the answers it gives.

© Dianne Hardwick 2006

About the author:
Dianne Hardwick has been <a
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30 years. For a free astrology forecast visit her website at

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