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.
How do you feel when you do readings?
Well. There is a range of various feelings I may go through as I do a tarot reading. It generally goes something like this.
This is the beginning phase of a reading, where feelings are pretty simple.
- Attempted Focus
This is the part where I’m shuffling, planning my spread, and trying to clear my mind and calm my energy before I pull the cards.
It’s always exciting to pull those cards from the deck and place them in the spread, isn’t it?
Once they’re laid out, feelings tend to branch out a bit more.
Here’s where the actual reading of the cards comes in, of course. Naturally, depending on what cards were drawn, my feelings can have a broader range.
Because I can read the card(s) intuitively and easily! I am good at this!
Crap, I’m not sure what that card means (stupid Pages), or I don’t understand how this card fits in this position for the spread.
Because it was a successful reading and I’m happy with the results.
Because it was a successful reading, and even though I might have anticipated the advice given, I still don’t like what comes next.
Because I don’t understand any of it and wtf, I give up for now.
…So. I hope this wasn’t too literal an answer to the question. I’m not really all that *woo-woo* — in case that hasn’t become clear by now.