In a Real Tarot Reading with a psychic, the imagery on the cards can support the guidance by validating your reader's insight and frequently highlighting hidden issues.
Why do psychics like to use tarot cards when they obviously don’t need them? The simple answer is that somewhere between 'Once upon a time' and 'They lived happily after' is the story of the soul’s journey on earth. Tarot cards act as psychic helpers by keeping the story on track.
Of course, the journey to happily ever after, can’t be attained in a 30-minute session. Think of a real tarot reading as providing little vignettes that focus on one or two current challenges and how to resolve them.
Let’s suppose your concerns are all about getting your ex back. What if strong sensations concerning a large inheritance keep interrupting your psychic’s concentration?
Here is where Tarot comes into play. What if the next card is the 9 of Pentacles, which signifies ‘big inheritance’? What if the real reason you want your ex back is strictly financial? Now, the upcoming inheritance becomes quite significant. Suddenly, the prospect of getting him back doesn’t seem as attractive. You might decide to keep things status quo.
Your psychic is the ultimate decider about how much of what to reveal. He likes using Tarot cards as clarifiers. Especially when things pop-up that have no business in the current reading.
Let us be perfectly clear – psychics do not need help from metaphysical tools, such as Tarot cards, runes, crystal balls, etc. Some psychics like to combine Tarotology with a psychic reading in order to give the people what they want.
Despite our enlightened society, the masses aren’t well educated in the divinatory arts. Many people still see psychics as a bit woo-woo, with their incense, crystals, cards and candles. In essence, they can’t fathom a psychic pulling insights and direction out of thin air. They want dramatic effects!
Shuffling the cards and making a big production of laying them out actually provides a comfort level to quasi-skeptics. So, why not?
Also, it isn’t humanly possible to be ‘on’ all of the time. Call it a psychical- bad-hair-day. In times like these, Tarot cards serve as quality control, which psychics can call on for verification/validation of their intuitive abilities.
Before they read for the public, many psychics work with Tarot cards as part of developing their natural talents. But, there is a huge difference in interpreting the cards through intuition and referencing meanings from a book. Psychics in-training are taught to rely on their intuitive abilities to screen-out generalized meanings of the cards in favor of detailed personal information.
Be mindful that the actual Tarot cards do not have mystical powers, rather they assist the psychic elicit the best guidance from your real tarot reading spreads.