First, let me just briefly tell about what Tarot Card Reading exactly is. It is one of the multiple kinds of divination. Unlike a lot of other sciences, Tarot does not really give you only one definite outcome of the future.
It instead gives seeker a number of all possible outcomes which eventually helps him/her to make more informed decision. Tarot consists of a deck of 78 cards. So there isn’t really a question of Tarot prediction being completely right or wrong. There are a number of theories around why Tarot (or other Card) Readings are accurate. Some believe that there is a greater power that selects the right Cards for the querent, at that time.
Others will say that it is the Reader’s power/intuition that delivers the right message to the querent (sometimes interdependently of which Cards are dealt). In any case, a Reading will generally explain the situation and, offer advice as to a possible outcome. Depending on the spread, you may also be offered information about challenges, and choices, that you can make.
There is no trick to reading the Cards themselves, for they are merely a bunch of images printed on Card stock. Arguably, if you can make sense of a children’s picture story book (that has no words), you can have a crack at reading Cards. Having said that, you could have ten Card readers looking at the same spread and they might all see different things. That’s because, the actual skill in reading Cards is digging deeper than what you visually see. Plus, the Cards take on different meanings depending on their position in the spread, and the other surrounding Cards.
This is where the Card Reader’s skill, intuition, and experience, comes into play. Another thing to keep in mind about Tarot is that it is based on energy that flows through & out. A lot of people often confuse that Tarot Reading with other spiritual sciences like Astrology.
If you decide to go for session, make sure that you are absolutely open and honest about your situations and feelings with your tarot reader. It may not always necessary that you get to hear what you want from the reader. So be prepared for anything and everything when you go for one.