“How’s your day going?” I asked the woman who had just sat down in front of me. She was here for a tarot reading, my third client of the day and a new one for me.
“Great!” she said. “My mom is babysitting so I have a day off from my five-year-old – but you probably already knew that,” she said, grinning at me expectantly.
“No, actually,” I said. “I don’t know a thing about you.”
Now, this isn’t always how things go when I’m starting a session. People don’t always assume that “tarot reader” is synonymous with “psychic.” But many do seem to think that “psychic” is synonymous with “omniscient,” meaning all-seeing and all-knowing, and things get tricky when all of these lines are blurred and lumped into one big, presumptuous mess.
Before getting a reading of any kind – whether it’s with a tarot reader, a medium, a palm reader, an astrologer, a clairvoyant, or anything in between – know that anyone working with intuitive tools, like tarot cards, or through spirit guides, like a medium, doesn’t have access to every single detail of your life.
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