A Tarot Card Reading is a one on one session between the Reader and the Querent (Client) Irrespective of whether the Reading takes place in person or Online, it is almost always a soul-baring exchange of energies between two people.

Tarot Card Readings make you think and they make you reassess. A Reading answers your queries gives you clarity, soothes you, and reassures you. Little wonder then that more often than not people who get a Reading can get used to Tarot Readings.


How do I know that a Client is getting used to and dependent on a Tarot Card Reading?

They start seeking help and answers to every major and minor issue in their life through Tarot Card Readings, in the process dulling their own powers of reasoning and decision making.

They say a ‘Reading makes them feel so good’, and chase that high with rapidly repeated Readings.

They make Tarot, and me, their guide and moral compass.

They make excuses to create a need to have a Reading.

Frankly, this dependency means repeat Sessions and is great for business, but a good Tarot Card Reader will never encourage this sort of emotional dependency. A conscientious Reader and will gently wean the client off while he/she encourages and nudges them towards creating inner confidence required for independent decision making.

Hi, I am Mayuri, a Tarot Card Reader by Profession and a Writer by design. Since I am already aware of what the future holds, I enjoy unwrapping the present. Follow me on my Instagram handle @CardTalkWithMayuri to know more about the Tarot and all things related.

This post is part of the #BlogchatterA2Z challenge hosted by Blogchatter, and my theme is Demystifying the Tarot.

Mayuri Nidigallu

I have been a Professional Tarot Card Reader since 2004. Since I am already aware of what the future holds, I enjoy unwrapping the present.


  1. Not many people would admit it right, that their clients are getting dependent on their services. Kudos to your moral integrity

  2. Good to hear that, your posts are so honest and from the heart. Just like every professional should be
    Deepika Sharma

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