This post is part of my 30-day tarot challenge (created by Ree @ Ephemeral Starlight). To see the rest of my posts for this challenge, please check here.
Do you read for yourself and/or for others? Why or why not?
Yes, I read for myself
While I started out reading tarot for friends (and not having much success with the readings I did for myself), the vast majority of my tarot practice consists of personal readings for myself. Because, I mean, who else am I going to practice on? It’s actually become a really great tool for helping me make decisions, figure things out, and learn about myself.
As this blog illustrates, I generally read for myself when I have a particular problem that I need to find a solution for. But I also enjoy doing readings that are kind of looks at what’s coming (like my New Year reading), and of course the fun “what does X say about me?” kinds of spreads. Oh, I also like to do it for dream interpretation, but it doesn’t always work well for that.
Yes, I read for others
As stated several times already throughout this blog and this 30-day challenge, my introduction to reading tarot was when my friend gave me a deck as a gift and told me to give her a reading. Since then, I’ve done a few readings for friends here and there. I also enjoy doing the occasional reading for my husband (he doesn’t ask for it often, but sometimes I suggest it and he’s willing). I have also done a few readings for acquaintances online.
I’d love to get more practice reading for other people, but I don’t always have the opportunity. That being said, if you’re interested, send me an email (hersixthcircle at gmail dot com) and we can talk. :)