How to Ask Your Question

Here’s some guidance on how to ask your question for a tarot card reading:

I have found that my “no-nonsense” style of reading is most effective for the kind of question where you need to make a decision or you need advice about the best thing you can do to achieve your goal. Examples of good questions are “What is the best I can do with regards to my relationship with my boss?” or “What is the best thing for me to do now in order to see some romance in my life?”

I also realize that sometimes people want general information about entire areas of their lives, so I can also do a “reading on a theme” such as “romance,” “finance,” “career,” and so on.

Ask a question about you, rather than about others, random events, or timing. Tarot is a great tool for me to answer questions that directly concern you. I can answer questions about what you should do regarding other people, of course, but please don’t ask me questions that are completely about someone else and nothing to do with you. I’m also not going to be able to tell you what numbers to pick for the lottery, or if you’re going to inherit some money.

Since I am the one who has to interpret the cards, I can only answer questions that fall within my frame of reference. I’m not a doctor or a lawyer, so I’m not qualified to give you medical or legal advice.

If you’re having any trouble at all with wording your question, I’m here to help! Just e-mail me at tarotbygraham@gmail.com for assistance.

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