Tarot cards have been used for centuries to let ordinary people tap into divine knowledge, offering them insight to their lives, relationships and future. A love tarot reading can illuminate the causes of problems in a relationship, give guidance for the future and put you in contact with your Higher Self.
There are two different types of love tarot reading. The first, question readings, address a specific question. What the tarot reveals can be used for guidance when making a decision. It is important to ask the question properly, as the tarot should not be used to answer simple yes or no questions. For your love tarot reading, try to ask an open-ended question that won't allow the cards to make the decision for you. For example, instead of asking how you can make your partner propose, instead ask how you can improve your relationship. The reading itself will focus on you, not your partner. Ask what role you play in your relationship instead of focusing on your partners actions. Avoid inserting preconceived notions into your question to stay neutral and receive the proper guidance.
The second type of love tarot reading is open. These readings address not a specific question, but a larger aspect of your relationship or life. If your intention is pure, the cards can guide you through a new transition in life or through a particularly difficult period.
Either reading can give you insight about the choices you face in life. The cards will not specifically predict your future, but they will show you the possibilities based on the path you take. The tarot helps us tap into the subconscious and keeping an open mind is the key to revealing their secrets.
During your tarot love reading, turn off the television, put your cell phone on silent and try to remain comfortable and relaxed. Rid the room of any distractions so that you may concentrate on your psychic reading.
A love tarot reading can help guide you on the way to a healthy, lasting relationship, give you insight about an existing relationship or give clarity about a past one.