When is a good time to have a Tarot Card Reading?
This is a common question, especially for those of you who aren’t familiar with the Tarot. The answer is often determined by your openness and belief in the wisdom of the Tarot. and depends on your readiness to hear spirit speak to you. When someone asks for a reading I like to remind them to not ask a question that they aren’t ready to hear the answer to.
When is a good time to have a Tarot Reading?
The question of timing for a reading is one that is often asked when someone is feeling inspired to seek wisdom from the Tarot but hesitant because they are new to having a reading. They may feel uncertainty about the unknown or confusion about their readiness of the message, i.e. they are fixed on an outcome and wonder whether the reading will manifest the outcome they desire. For most people the truth lies within their readiness and openness to the wisdom of the Tarot and the opportunity it provides to be better aware of what energy sits within all situations and experiences. When you ask a question of the Tarot firstly you want to know within yourself that you are open and ready to hear the message. You need to ensure that you feel open and ready to trust that you will receive the messages as well as the blessings that spirit infuses into every Tarot card reading. As the Tarot is rich in meaning and symbolism the wisdom of the Tarot message and timing for having a Tarot reading is intuitive in its very nature.
If you are considering having a Tarot Reading then ask yourself; “what is drawing me to think about a Tarot reading? What is holding me back from calling and scheduling a reading?” You may find as you think about it that you are feeling unsure about what will be involved, and what benefit it could be. Remember, you can always send me a message and ask about having a Tarot reading, your situation and what you can expect so you can feel more confident about your decision and if you feel inspired go ahead and see for yourself what its like!
Wishing you a wonderful week, Kira