Are you curious about what the future holds? Look no further! On our latest podcast episode, we sit down with tarot card reader, Denise Petry, who has been honing her craft for 40 years. With her expertise, we delve into the world of tarot card reading and how it can enhance your life. Join us as we discuss her new platform, The Tarot Bridge, co-founded by yours truly. Tune in for some fascinating insights and predictions for the future.
Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation:
- What it means to be a tarot card reader
- The challenge of overcoming the ego
- The difference between a tarot card reader and a medium
- How skepticism impacts the tarot card reading
- About The Tarot Bridge and its community aspect
[05:00] The Struggle of Overcoming the Ego in Tarot Card Reading
As a tarot card reader, you understand the struggle of overcoming the ego. You want to provide accurate guidance to those who seek your help, but you fear being wrong and giving false hope. It takes years of practice and developing your intuition to interpret the cards and deliver the message with empathy and compassion. But seeing the clarity and growth that your clients gain from your readings is truly rewarding.
[16:44] Navigating Skepticism in Tarot Card Reading
Skepticism can impact tarot card reading, but as a tarot card reader, you understand that it’s part of the process. Although you receive messages from the spiritual realm, you also recognize that you have a human thought process that may influence the reading. However, most people who seek your services are open to the experience and willing to explore what the cards have to offer. It’s your job to provide insight and guidance, but also to alleviate any fears or doubts that may arise. With compassion and a deep understanding of the craft, you can help your clients embrace the journey ahead.
[20:22] The Tarot Bridge: Empowering Tarot Card Readers and Astrologers
The Tarot Bridge is a spot where tarot card readers and psychic astrologers can make a little business for themselves. You won’t have your hand that deep in their pocket, but you’re there to help them. They’re obviously there to help you. And it works out perfectly. All readers are vetted because it bothers Denise when people are being called scammers. So, it is a mutually beneficial arrangement for everyone involved.