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THE READING- The most common and effective way to do a reading is the Celtic Cross. Each position has a certain meaning on its own and then the card is translated corresponding to the position.
METHOD: Find a card that will represent the querent. I usually find a court face card for the person. Read the meanings of the cards and pick the best one. Put this card in the middle.
Shuffle the cards as the reader first. Silently or aloud ask the spirits around to help you give a accurate reading.
Hand the cards to the querent by turning the cards so they face them the same way as they faced you.
Tell the querent to shuffle the question into the cards and to concentrate very hard on the question.
Take the cards back so they face you as they faced the querent.
Side flip the cards so that you once again preserve the position of the meaning. You can either stop and explain each card in its position, or as I do, lay them all out and get a gist of the reading.
After all the cards are laid out, take a look at cards. There are certain patterns that should not be overlooked.
Have your book and use it. A good reading is a mixture of the written meanings and your feelings and experience of the cards.
More than four of any suit or the Major Arcana in the ten card layout has special meaning. Overall, 4 Major cards mean that other forces and/or people rule the situation at hand and not the querent. 4 wands or more mean overall growth issues. 4 cups or more mean love issues rule. 4 swords or more mean strife. 4 pentacles or more emphasize material and/or money issues.
Practice with a friend or yourself for a while and write down the outcome of what you think the reading will mean. Readings usually take 1-6 months for them to come true.
Read a lot of books on the Tarot.
Read both meanings of the cards whether it is reversed or not. Knowing the total meaning of the card helps you give advice on alternate actions that will bring about a different outcome. I usually look at the positive side of cards in a negative meaning to give the person a chance to change their moldable fate.