Hi Tarot Bumblebees,
The questions that you take to the Tarot Reading table are just as, if not more important, than the cards that come up in your reading. If you are confused and unclear about your query, you will likely be just as confused with the reading itself.
Take the time to formulate your questions and if you have more than one, separate them so that you’re allowing yourself enough time in the reading to get a clear answer for each question. Trying to answer all of your life questions in one layout is not always the best way to go. You don’t have to create massive tarot spreads for each question unless you really want to; a three-card layout is more than fine and will help eliminate confusion.
I also highly suggest that you use open-ended questions. That does not mean that I don’t answer ‘yes’ and ‘no’ questions with the cards, I do. However, I will usually look at the question more holistically and get more information out of the reading than just a yes or no.
You don’t have to ask the Tarot any questions you don’t feel comfortable with. If you’re not a professional financial planner, lawyer or doctor, then it is best not to give people advice that could lead them and you into hot water.
If you want to know how I shuffle my tarot deck and select the cards check out my blog post and video.
This is not an exhaustive list, however, it will give you somewhere to start. Here are some of my favorite questions to ask the Tarot.
You can download and print off these PDF guides using the link here.