THE “SHOULD I DO IT” TAROT READING TUTORIAL
The “Should I Do It” Tarot reading can help you make a decision when you’re feeling stuck. There are a few ways to ask the cards a very specific question about a very specific situation and get a clear answer. Here’s a simple tutorial.
Whether you’ve accepted a job interview and feel guilty towards your current employer, agreed to a date even though you are still involved with someone or hesitate to launch your own t-shirt brand, this reading may help you make a decision once and for all.
Word of warning: asking the Tarot if you should or should not do something should only be one of the steps in your decision making process. I especially recommend doing it when you’ve been weighing out pros and cons (make a list if needed) and still can’t decide which way to go.
The Simplest Way
1 card reading: Focus on your dilemna. Then throw your cards on your table and mix them all up well. Your cards must be upside down, mixed like on Big Bang day and then put back together in one neat pile. Mix the cards in your hands until you feel it is right to stop and draw one. Turn the card and lay it on the table. Is it upright and positive? Yes, you should do it. Is it reversed or negative? No, don’t.
This is a very simple reading, the key is to be extremely focused when mixing and drawing the one card. Also, do NOT do this more than once, otherwise it will not mean anything anymore (not asking the same question over and over is one of the golden rules of Tarot, btw 🙂 )
There is another way to go, still quite simple but involving 3 cards and a little more information about your decision.
3 cards reading: mix the cards like for the reading above. Then spread the cards in front of you, all 78, and draw 3 cards. Try to draw them quickly after mixing them up. Read the 3 cards together, the vibe of the 3 cards together will give you the answer. If you have more negative or reversed cards the answer is probably a no. Do this fast without overthinking. Once you have the answer, read the message of the cards separately as they will also be telling you what is at stake and why the answer is yes or no.