Tarot Bytes Episode 157: A Tarotcise for Objectivity

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Episode 157: A Tarotcise for Objectivity

There will be times when you’re reading for someone and suddenly you lose your sense of objectivity. For example, you’re reading for a loved one – and you see something bad and don’t want to tell them so you sugarcoat your delivery. Or perhaps you have someone at your tarot table that you don’t like. Maybe they are doing something that you feel is morally wrong. In that case, you may find yourself looking for the so-called bad cards because you feel some type of way.

If you ever find yourself in one of those situations, don’t feel bad. It happens to all of us at one time or another. BUT if you don’t get out of your own way, this will hinder your ability to deliver a helpful reading for the person at your tarot table.

Remaining objective isn’t easy but it can be done. The key is to keep a neutral mindset at all times, no matter who is in front of you, what questions are being asked, or what cards show up. This Tarotcise involves role-playing and can help you learn to get centered – before you’re actually in a real-life situation that makes you squirm.

Grab your favorite deck, put in your earbuds, and dive in!



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