One of the biggest flaws I come across with tarot readers, even professionals are their ability to form the correct question to create an accurate tarot reading.
When receiving a tarot reading from another reader, I have previously asked about my love life. However, the reader could be sitting there and just shuffling, not asking a question and assuming the cards will get the gist of my question.
Now, I'm not saying I am against these methods or these types of readers. However, I believe they are missing a huge opportunity to improve their accuracy in their readings by formulating better questions.
Through doing readings for clients, I have come to the conclusion that asking good questions carries with it good and better accurate answers. Here are the reasons why:
The question is what leads a reading, so if you put an intention behind what you want to ask, you will be able to read the cards better as you expect the cards to be a reflection of that specific question.
It is important to understand what a client is asking, and formulating a good question will prove to yourself and the client that you understand what they want from a psychic reading.
You can be specific with your questions, and ask for advice, strengths, and weaknesses, depending on how you formulate your questions.
Your spirit guides or a higher power will understand what your intention is. If you don't know exactly what you are asking, the higher power (God, Spirit Guides, Holy Spirit, etc.) you believe in most likely won't know either.
There are many useful tips when it comes to formulating a good question for a reading, and I actually tend to spend a few minutes before actually performing the reading just to create a good question. I like to add as much detail beforehand to my question for my spirit guides to know what I truly want.
Here are some possible methods you could try: