2. Make your questions center around you.
I’m going to be honest with you. My least favorite love question is this: Do they like me? I get it often, and while I totally understand where it’s coming from (I’ve been there), it almost always feels like a waste of your precious time and money. Your Tarot reading is about you and your feelings, not someone else. It might provide some temporary happiness to know someone likes you (or despair if not), but what exactly do you plan to do with that information now? Wouldn’t it be better and more efficient to just cut straight to the chase and ask what you can do to progress a potential love interest or attract a soulmate? If they’re not for you, that’s guaranteed to come up in the reading anyway. Always remember that the Tarot is here to support and empower you to do what’s best. It will do absolutely nothing for you to desire someone and then passively wait for them to come into your life. Attraction needs action. When we focus our questions on other people and what they think, it’s often out of a fear of rejection or a feeling of disempowerment and helplessness. However, when you decide to center yourself in your reading, you’ll come away from it with actionable insight that puts you in the driver’s seat of your love life.
Suggested Tarot question: How can I attract true and authentic love into my life?