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Do you know how to use Tarot for future prediction? Do you want to give more accurate predictions for love, business, and relationships? If you want to know your future using Tarot, then you are in the right place. Accurate Prediction is the ultimate goal of a Tarot card reader. However, accurately predicting the future is something which many readers struggle with.
Prediction is such a big topic, with many layers in it. Below are some tips I have for accurate prediction using Tarot cards.
1. HAVE CONFIDENCE
This sounds pretty weird, but confidence with predictions doesn’t come from confidence building exercise and chakra clearings. Confidence actually originates from being 100% certain that your ancestors are there. It comes from knowing that you are in this work for a reason.
2. READ FATE, DESTINY, AND FREE-WILL
Your destiny is what God, the spirits and the universe approved for you. God and the spirits bring things which are meant to be into our lives as if by magic. For example, chances of meeting the love of your life at a gas station. However, just because something is apparently MEANT to be doesn’t mean that it HAS to be. As a Tarot reader, you’ll warn a client that a guy is no good for them, yet they still pursue the relationship. When you read Tarot, you are not just throwing cards and hoping for the best. You are reading the cosmic dance of fate, destiny, and free-will. Not everything is in our control, but not everything is out of it either; it’s a balance. Interpreting this balance and your readings will be more accurate.
3. SET YOUR INTENTION
Before performing your Tarot reading, you have to set your intentions. Setting your plans for predicting the future will ensure that you cannot change your mind when you do not get the outcome which you desire.
4. HAVE A RITUAL
Having some kind of ritual can make your readings feel important. If your readings are special, you will be taken more seriously. I am superstitious about my cards. I do not let anyone touch them, and I especially do not allow other people to read with my primary deck. Obviously, you will need to design your own rituals and I swear to God they will make your readings more accurate.
5. DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE COURT CARDS
Court Cards are literally the backbone of prediction. Without being able to read Courts cards accurately, you will never be able to predict with Tarot. In the Tarot reading, a Court card represents other people who have an impact on the situation, so it is so important that you learn to read them correctly.
6. USE THE RIGHT SPREAD
If you want to predict the future, and you use spreads, you need to use a Tarot spread with the right spread positions. You must use a spread which takes all relevant factors into account so that you can conjure up a prediction. Once you become good at prediction, selecting the correct spread becomes less critical
7. WORK ON YOUR INTERPRETATIONS
Pretty obvious, but you have to be able to interpret cards accurately on the matter you’re reading about. If you cannot interpret cards for a range of situations, you must work on this while you learn how to make predictions.
8. WORK ON YOUR TECHNIQUES
There have been times when I have read a technique in a book and took a mental note of it because it was so exciting. I would then use that technique in a reading. Something you learn today from a book can be useful in the future.
9. AVOID THE SELF-HELP TRAP
I often see readers who give advice, but do not state specifics. You have to dig deeper. Where are you getting this advice? Where is this advice coming from? WHY are you giving this specific advice? What situation is it linked to?
10. CONNECT TO YOUR ANCESTORS
New Tarot readers assume that if they want to give better Tarot readings, they need to rely on their intuition. It is true; you also need some spiritual aspect to your reading practice. Before a reading, always ask the spirits around you for assistance from your ancestors. Tell them to feel their presence. Petitioning your ancestors before performing your readings will make all of the difference.
Remember; read the book, not the last page!

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