How to Overcome a Painful Tarot Reading

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Bad News Equals Painful Tarot Readings

Have you ever had a someone tell you news you didn’t want to hear? Who wants bad news? We all get it at some point in our lives. The real question is what did you do after you received the bad news? A Tarot reading is not immune to bad news.

Did you shut down or did you do something with your bad news? If you did something with the new information then we’ve got more to talk about. If you were paralyzed, then I’m here to get you over that.

The outcome of a reading is never set in stone. Here’s the best example. A reader tells you that they see you getting pregnant. You don’t want to get pregnant. This is bad news. Three kids are enough right now. Who has time or money for a fourth? Buy yourself some birth control and/or abstain from sex. Try to avoid the siren call of adoption agencies. And don’t sign up to be a foster parent. And when your nephew needs a place to stay because his parents are jerks? You set the parameters or deny his entrance. See how you took control of your life and what you heard in that reading? You’re a bad ass.

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Haindl Tarot

You can overcome a painful Tarot reading in two ways:

  1. Ask a follow up question of the reader: what actions can I take to avoid the outcome you just described?
  2. Determine on your own what you can do to change the outcome.

Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News.

No one wants bad news from a Tarot reading. In fact, people will avoid Tarot readings because they don’t want any!

If you’re only looking for good news you’re living in a bubble. When you avoid the bad news (that will eventually get to you anyway) you’re throwing your life out of balance. Pretty soon all that bad news is going to come crashing down and then what will you do?

Wouldn’t it be better to take bad news as it comes in smaller doses? At least it’s a manageable chunk rather than a mudslide.

Hoping For The One.

Listen, we’re all going to get bad news once and a while. It’s unavoidable. Why not get a heads up about some news that isn’t so great via Tarot? Forewarned is forearmed.

I mean, it’s not like you’re going into a Tarot reading looking for bad news. You’re coming looking for good news. You’re coming hoping to hear that your next date is going to be “the one,” or that the new job is on the horizon.

What if, though, you hear that “the one” is an emotional wreck that is going to need your emotional support right now? And you know that you’re not in a place to provide that. Now you got what could be perceived as some shitty news. But what’s even better is that now you have a choice. You either move ahead and date or you back off and decide you’re not in the right place right now. And slow your roll.

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The Things You Don’t Know Will Help You.

I know coming to a Tarot reader feels weird. Especially when you aren’t sure whether or not you should be bearing your soul. Some people do, some people don’t. Honestly, the more you share with me before and during a Tarot reading, the deeper I can go into supporting you. But that’s how I work. Not every Tarot reader wants you to tell them everything.

My goal is to take you further than you could yourself. When you’ve already done a ton of work to get the date and you’re excited about it, I don’t want to spend a ton of time on a reading talking about how excited you are. You already now that. So tell me that part! Then we can get to what you really need Tarot for. The things you don’t know.

Stalk Me & Put Your Creeper Talents To Good Use.

If you’re not sure about seeing a Tarot reader yet, then follow me over on Twitter, or better yet, Periscope. On Friday’s I jump on at 6p CST to do some short form readings for new followers that week.

If you’ve followed me on any social medial channel (see the footer) over the last week, I’ll enter your name into a drawing for a free reading on Periscope. You can watch those live streams on Twitter or Periscope.

Watching me over there will give you an idea of what it’s like to have a reading with me. Even if you don’t get the free reading, there’s an opportunity to donate for a reading that’s low cost and accessible.

And if you really want to put your social media stalking to good use, look at some of my past ‘Scopes. They’re up for anyone to see.  You’ll get a flavor of how I work, talk, and interact with people while I’m reading and while I’m just hanging out. So you can decide if you like me or not and if we should work together.

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There are a limited number of Tarot readers like me that are showing you the process of what it’s like to have a Tarot reading. Those that aren’t putting themselves out there and sticking to the shadows may be legit. But how will you ever know? You’d have to reach out via email or call (if you can find their number). Then spend time getting to know them.

With me, you can cyber stalk me all over the place. Just search @comingouttarot on your fav social channel. I’m probably there. Personally, I think Snapchat is a waste of our time. But you can find me almost everywhere else. Evan Facebook.

What’s After the Tarot Reading?

Tarot readings should supplement your good judgement. Once you see how a Tarot reading can be more than bad news, you can become overly reliant on them. I’ve seen it too many times. It’s like needing coffee in the morning. A Tarot reading can perk you up and get you pointed in the right direction. It’s what you do in between Tarot readings that matter.

Bad News Is Just the Beginning Of Awesomeness.

Here’s the main thing I want you to walk away with. A bad or painful tarot reading is not a bad thing. It’s just the beginning of something better.

Your experience with Tarot and me should leave you optimistic for the future. You’ll be ready to get some shit done to change your circumstances. You’ll have a feeling of momentum. And eventually, achievement. Why? ‘Cause I’m going to give you the confirmation and insight you need to get there.

Getting that painful Tarot reading is going to ensure that you can be in charge of your life. Ultimately,  when you’re armed with the right information you can do what you have to do to be successful. And that’s pretty powerful. Especially when it leads to everyone in your life being happy and healthy.

So if you want to get what you want, provide the best for your family, and no longer have worry taking over your life, what you need is to follow me on Periscope and/or Twitter. (Bottom of the page, please)

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