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Glen Allen Psychic Tarot Card Reading and Clairvoyant

1 year ago

ID: #632417

Listed In : Healthcare

Business Description

There are no set-in-stone rules about if or when you should get a tarot reading. Many people like to get one to mark significant events (Think: birthdays, breakups, New Year's Eve, etc.). We found the following points are perfect for letting you know when it's a good time to consult the cards...and when we DON’T think tarot is the answer (because yes, tarot is not always the answer!).
Try a tarot reading if...
You're making a decision
Tarot works wonders when you have several options and no clear winner. For example, you can pull a card to represent each option, and then reflect on how this new info makes you feel about the potential choices. Another option: Pull a tarot card to represent the principle you should use to navigate this crossroads. Just be clear on what your decision is about and what your options are before your reading begins—and if you're getting a reading from a pro, you can tell your tarot reader all about it for specific clarity and direction.
You feel stuck
Tarot can be a guiding light in the fog of confusion when you can’t see your next step clearly. Get a tarot reading to clarify specific steps that will take you out of this mess and get you back onto the right path. Ask your tarot reader to draw a card to focus on the root cause of ~why you're stuck~, and ask what action you should take next.
You're making a big life change
Getting as much information about what might lie ahead (the opportunities, obstacles, and surprises) is always a good idea. Informed = prepared. When you're getting a tarot reading, always ask for guidance about your own mindset and approach. Let the tarot inform you about not just what's coming, but how you can handle what’s ahead.
You're feeling ~reflective~
Tarot can provide an illuminating mirror to reveal who you were, are, and are becoming. It can put your story into a greater context and extract life lessons, wisdom, and self-awareness. One of my most popular readings is my "Life Story Tarot Reading"—people love, love, love having their life told like a story.
You need inspiration
We all need a little help sometimes when thinking up ideas. Whatever you're considering, tarot will bring an external lens to your situation. Ask your reader to use the cards to give you new ideas wherever you feel stagnant. Tarot always has ideas!
Do NOT get a tarot reading if...
You *just* had a tarot reading
We advise leaving a gap of at least three months between professional tarot readings, UNLESS the reading is about a totally different and specific question. Let things change and progress before going back to the cards.
You Want a Re-Do
We see a lot of people trying to ~chase the right answer~. People will go to multiple tarot readers, or ask the same tarot reader the same question multiple times, until they get the answer they want to hear (which, by the law of averages, does happen eventually). This is kinda pointless!
Your question is about someone else
If your entire line of questioning is about another person and their thoughts and behaviors (like what your ex is up to), then a tarot reading is not the answer. Tarot is supposed to give you insight about *yourself*, not other people. (A better idea: Reflect and revise your question—like, seeking for advice on how you can move on from your breakup.)
You're looking for medical advice
Simply put, the cards are not suitable as a diagnostic or treatment tool for either physical or mental health issues. Some things are best left to MEDICAL professionals, not tarot professionals!
Call us at 804-298-1233.

Business Hours

Monday : 09:00 - 09:00

Tuesday : 09:00 - 09:00

Wednesday : 09:00 - 09:00

Thursday : 09:00 - 09:00

Friday : 09:00 - 09:00

Saturday : 09:00 - 09:00

Sunday : 09:00 - 09:00

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