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#748703 - 02/29/12 05:52 AM Reading Tarot for Yourself - Accurate or not?
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In my latest article I cover reading Tarot for yourself vs having another person read for you.

Reading Tarot for Yourself

What are your thoughts? Do you read for yourself all the time, some of the time? When do you consider having another read for you?


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#750543 - 03/10/12 06:50 PM Re: Reading Tarot for Yourself - Accurate or not? [Re: Christin - Tarot]
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I do like to do readings for myself to sort of touch base with myself. First, it is always interesting to see what type of question comes to mind. Then also it is interesting to see if while I am then preparing to draw, if a leaning toward a hoped for answer comes to mind. These all help me further explore my feelings about the issue.
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#750628 - 03/11/12 03:21 PM Re: Reading Tarot for Yourself - Accurate or not? [Re: Christin - Tarot]
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Thanks Lisa - I agree. I've been reading long enough now I can kind of tell when I am leaning towards what I want to see/hear rather than being objective. It's definitely a way to explore further, especially because you can ask yourself "Why do I want this to happen?" and dig into it further. Sometimes what we think we want at the moment isn't always the most ideal path.
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