Tarot Goddess Network
Frequently Asked Questions
- What's your email?
I’m no longer reading email unless it has tarot in the subject line due to spam issues. Please send all correspondence to lorelei at the domain name with tarot in the subject line.
- What is Tarot?
Tarot is a method of accessing the subconscious or intuitive mind
through the use of archetypes. Most tarot decks consist of 78
cards with pictures on them depicting Everyoneâ€™s journey
through lifeâ€™s trials and tribulations. The images that
appear in a particular layout in answer to a particular question
offer advice that illuminates the querentâ€™s own inner wisdom.
- What is a Public Tarot Reading?
Readings in a party or public setting tend to be short and sweet,
so that everyone gets a taste. Weâ€™ll use a popular tarot
deck or one that fits in with your party theme such as the Halloween
Tarot. The card layouts are general and readily understood like:
And the questions are usually what is foremost in everyoneâ€™s
How can I improve my career?
What is going on in my love life?
How do I overcome this latest obstacle?
- What is a Private Tarot Reading?
Readings in a private setting are much more personal and in depth,
and are completely confidential. We begin with a discussion of
your concerns and the factors contributing to them, and ways to
shed more light on underlying issues. Then weâ€™ll talk about
decks and spreads and choose the right one for your reading. I
specialize in creating unique personal spreads on the spot.
- What comes after the Tarot Reading?
You give it some thought. You let the words and concepts of the
reading roll around in your mind for a few days or even a few
weeks. You try to make changes that incorporate the reading. Think
about things in a new way. You go back over the reading and read
it or listen to the cassette. Time passes and you look at it again
and see how far youâ€™ve come!
- What does CPTR mean?
CPTR means that I hold the rank of Certified Professional Tarot
Reader. The qualifications for CPTR are:
· Knows the meanings of the 78 tarot cards in the upright
and reversed positions
· Is able to use spreads of up to 11 cards or more
· Has done 25 professional readings (Iâ€™ve done over
· Has written a personal Code of Ethics
· Is able to rephrase questions
· Is qualified to teach tarot to others.
For more info about certification go to www.tarotcertification.org
website of the Tarot Certification Board.
- What does CTM mean?
CTM means that as of March 2003, I hold the rank of Certified
Tarot Master. The qualifications for CTM are:
Has written and published at least 3 each of: Tarot articles,
Tarot book reviews, and Tarot Deck reviews
Has demonstrated mastery of the tarot deck, including attributing
the 22 Major Arcana to another esoteric or occult paradigm
Has written an outline for teaching the Tarot to a beginner
Has taught 10 people or more to read the tarot deck to at least
a level of CATR
Can explain or has written out how one's code of ethics applies
to what one writes and publishes as well as how one deals with
*For more info about certification,
The Canadian Tarot Network.
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