How to Use Tarot For Prediction

Are you wondering how you can use Tarot for prediction? Do you want to know how to predict the future using Tarot? Do you want to give more accurate predictions for love, business, relationships, answering yes or no questions, and more? If you want to know your future using Tarot, read on! 

Prediction is the ultimate goal of most Tarot card readers. In fact, predicting the future is what brings most readers to divination in the first place. However, accurately predicting the future is something many readers struggle with.

Prediction is such a massive topic with many layers, and it’s not possible to get everything out I want to say in a single article. However, I can point you in the right direction. 

How to Use Tarot for Prediction

Below are my top twelve tips I have for accurately predicting the future using Tarot cards. 

Read Fate, Destiny, and Free Will

Obviously, there are a lot of parts to understanding fate, destiny, free will, and how it all relates to Tarot reading. However, it is essential that you know more about these matters if you would like to learn how to use Tarot for prediction.

I like to think of destiny as your highest good, your full potential. Your destiny is what God, the spirits, and the universe approve of. When we speak of something destined, we discuss it as if it’s something that’s ‘meant to be.’ The universe, God, and the spirits bring things that are meant to be into our lives as if by magic. For example, a chance meeting at a bus stop with the love of your life is something we can say is meant to be. However, just because something is apparently meant to be doesn’t mean that it has to be. 

Humans can struggle against their highest good. As a Tarot reader, you probably see it all the time. You’ll warn a client that a guy is no good for them, yet they still pursue the relationship. You know the link is not meant to be, but they persistently go back over and over again. They use their free will to fight against what is and isn’t meant to be. 

The next thing we know, fate steps in. Fate is the universe acting on our behalf. Suddenly, your client phones, crying that their shitty boyfriend has woken up one day and magically stopped loving them. Their ex is now living with a new girl, is engaged, and she’s pregnant – all within six weeks of meeting her. 

When you read Tarot, you’re not just throwing cards and hoping for the best. You’re reading the cosmic dance of fate, destiny, and free will. You are respecting that not everything is in our control, but that not everything is out of it either; it’s a balance. Hold the intention of interpreting this balance, and your readings will be more accurate. 

Connect to Your Ancestors

Many newbie (and even experienced) Tarot readers assume that if they want to give better Tarot readings, they need to rely on their intuition. While this is true, you also need some type of spiritual aspect to your reading practice. If you want to learn how to use Tarot for prediction, you must learn how to work with spirits outside of yourself.

Before a reading, you should always ask your ancestors for spiritual assistance from your ancestors. Tell them to show you the course of action that’s in line with your destiny. Feel their presence. Petitioning your ancestors before performing your readings will make all the difference. 

Connecting to your ancestors is something I cover extensively in my work because I believe that this is the quickest way to be able to form a ‘link’ with spirit for readings. 

Have a Ritual

Our next step for learning how to use Tarot for predictions, is to have a ritual. Most Tarot readers can predict, but they don’t remember their predictions because they make them in passing – this is especially true for people who read themselves on hard topics like love and business.  

Having some type of ritual can make your readings feel important. If your readings feel special, you will take them more seriously and remember your predictions. Not taking your readings for granted also means you’ll be less likely to keep re-throwing your cards on the same thing, and you will read the entire spread (more on that below). 

I’m superstitious about my cards. I don’t let other people touch them (not even my clients), and I especially don’t allow other people to read with my primary deck. Before I use a deck for readings, I form a ‘relationship’ with it; I carry it around everywhere as if it’s a second limb. 

On top of these rituals, I petition my spirits into my space before a reading. For critical readings, I reorder my cards and then reshuffle them. These are only some of the things I do before a predictive reading.

You will need to design your own rituals that are personal to you. It may seem like a lot of work, but I swear they’ll make your readings more accurate. 

Don’t Underestimate Court Cards

Love them or hate them, Court Cards are the backbone of prediction. Without being able to read Courts accurately, you will never be able learn how to use Tarot for prediction.

Believe it or not, 99.99% of predictive readings will involve people other than you (if you’re reading yourself) or your client (if you’re reading other people). You’re not just reading one person; you’re essentially reading the entire universe. 

Our interactions with other people shape our world and significantly affect our lives. Other people are co-architects of our futures. Think about it. Relationship success is dependent on the two of you getting along. Business success is dependent on customers. Social media success is dependent on followers. 

In Tarot reading, Court cards represent the other people who have an impact on the situation, so you must learn to read them effectively.  

Set Your Intentions 

Before you even begin to perform your Tarot reading, you have to set your intentions. Setting your plans for predicting the future will ensure that you don’t second-guess yourself and change your mind when you don’t get the outcome you desire. 

All you need to say before the reading is something like, “I wish to know the future of Jose and me.” Otherwise, you’re just going to get a mountain of jigsaw pieces you’re going to have to dig through. 

Use the Right Spread

Usually, Tarot readers become frustrated with their readings when they have no set framework for making predictions. They use the wrong type of spread for the job, then scratch their heads wondering why their reading never worked out the way they originally intended. 

If you want to predict the future and you use spreads, you need to use a Tarot spread with the right spread positions. You must use a spread that takes all relevant factors into account so that you can conjure up a prediction. 

Setting out to predict the future is one of the reasons why the Celtic Cross is so famous. The Celtic Cross sets out to predict when, where, why, and how. You can effortlessly combine all these factors together to form your prediction. 

Don’t get me wrong, once you become good at prediction, selecting the correct spread becomes less critical. However, if you’re not accustomed to making predictions, a half-decent spread is the best place to start. 

Work on Your Interpretations

It may sound pretty obvious, but you have to be able to interpret cards accurately on the matter you’re reading about. Otherwise, you’ll get confused. If you don’t know what cards mean when they land in certain positions in some styles of readings (for example, the Four of Pentacles in the future position of a love reading), you’re not going to know what it means when it comes up for you. If you can’t interpret cards for a range of situations, you must work on this while learning how to make predictions with Tarot.  

Work on Your Techniques

One of my primary pet peeves is when Tarot readers sit on Facebook groups advising less experienced Tarot readers to throw the book away. 

Don’t throw the book away; keep your books. Hold onto them because prediction is, ironically, unpredictable. 

There have been times when I’ve read a technique in a book and taken a mental note of it because it was so exciting. Years later (literally ten years later), I would then use that technique in a reading. Even if it happens eons from now, something you learn today from a book can be useful in the future. 

There’s nothing shameful about listening to people who bring something new to the table. Moreover, you need to be consistently learning because prediction is elusive. When you sit down at that reading, you never know what type of information you’re going to use. If you want to be a predictive reader, you must always be educating yourself. 

Avoid the Self-Help Trap 

Avoid the self-help trap like the plague, especially when reading for others. Don’t get me wrong; there will be situations when you give advice. If you’re not a heartless rock, you will be providing your seekers (and yourself) help, but you mustn’t stop there. 

How to make accurate predictions with Tarot cards
As a divination teacher, my goal is to get all of my students making predictions. Predictive divination makes the world go around!

I often see readers who give advice but don’t state specifics. You have to dig deeper. Where are you getting this advice? Where is this advice coming from? Why are you giving this specific piece of advice? What situation is it linked to? 

A classic example is that of a relationship with The Tower in the future. You know it’s dying. It’s the end of the road for the partnership. Instead of giving your seeker the facts, you dance around the issues and provide them with lots of self-help tips. 

Here’s the thing: you’re not reading Tarot to appease, you’re reading to be right. 

You may worry that knowing the future, especially when it’s a negative one, is damaging. The reality is that you won’t be able to see things you’re not meant to see. There will of course be things you’re not supposed to see and therefore can’t predict. However, if you do see it, you need to trust that it’s there for a reason. Be sensitive, but you should always disclose what you have predicted. 

If there are certain things you simply don’t like to predict, refuse to perform issues on those topics. For example, I won’t read on pregnancies. However, reading things like break-ups and business failures are part of the job, so you have to get used to the truth. 

Read the Whole Spread

If you’re performing a reading (especially a love Tarot reading for yourself), you’ll probably fall into the habit of only looking at the outcome/future positions and ignoring the rest of the spread. However, if you don’t read the whole spread, your reading is invalid. 

Mostly, when you sit down to perform any Tarot reading, you have the subconscious goal of predicting the future and outcome. Therefore, all cards in the spread are relevant to your question, not just the future positions in any given spread. 

You must read the past, present, obstacles, opinions of others, and every other part of the spread as if it answers your question. Your spread as a whole weighs up the pros and cons. The entire reading is the essay, and the ‘outcome’ card is the conclusion; it pulls the rest of your reading together. 

A good reader can predict the future even without having a spread with an outcome or future position. This is because they can read between the lines and see whether the positives outweigh the negatives. Remember, read the entire book, not just the last page! 

Wait Out Your Tarot Predictions

I’m not going to lie; there have been times when I’ve been incorrect. I’ve made the wrong predictions sometimes. I’m only human, and humans make mistakes. However, there have also been plenty of times when I’ve thought I was wrong and was in fact dead wrong about that! 

One of the hardest parts of learning how to use Tarot for prediction, is accepting that not all predictions will happen quickly. Sometimes you have to wait.

More times than I’d like to admit, I’ve left Tarot readings worried that I made a mistake, or saw a post on Facebook by one of my clients that reflected the complete opposite of what I had previously predicted. At the time, I kicked myself, only to later discover that my initial prediction was proven correct. 

One time that especially sticks in my mind was a reading I performed on a woman. I predicted that she and her partner would soon separate. One year later, I saw a Facebook post that they had gotten engaged. I assumed no separation had taken place until she contacted me to inform me that they had actually separated after the reading. Their eventual engagement marked their reconciliation. 

Another time, I was the seeker and had gotten a reading during a Tarot event. The reader told me that I would get so close to a significant commitment from my partner at the time, but that he would pull out at the last minute. I would then meet someone else at a bar. 

I took the reading severely and refused to believe it. However, sure enough, a year later, my partner and I had rented a house together, but he pulled out two days before we were set to move in. I lived by myself in that house and later left my partner. The guy at the bar was an ex I had bumped into at a party in front of the bar; after that night, we reconciled our relationship. The Tarot reader was right about everything.

Just because your predictions look like they’re not set to happen now doesn’t mean they won’t occur in the future. Moreover, what you see from your clients on social media is always only half the story. You could be right all along and don’t even realize it, so don’t let being ‘wrong’ affect your confidence in yourself for making predictions.  

Have Confidence if You Want to Learn How to Make Predictions with Tarot

You can’t be afraid of being wrong. If you want to be able to make predictions with Tarot accurately, you must have the confidence to put out there whatever’s in your mind and heart. 

This might sound strange, but confidence with Tarot doesn’t come from confidence-building exercise and chakra clearings. Instead, confidence originates from being 100% certain that your ancestors are there. It comes from knowing that you’re in this line of work for a reason. Not to sound like a basic Instagram meme, but you have to trust the process. 

One way I teach my students to build their confidence is to show them how to work with signs. A form of divination known as apantomancy, working with signs is relatively easy. All you have to do is ask your ancestors for spirits for signs – these are manifestations of your ancestors’ presence in real life.  

When you’re shown time and time again that spirit is there and the universe is aligning, it makes you more confident in your readings. Doubt fades away. You know what’s going to happen, and that knowing is clear. For you, there will be no ifs, ands, or buts about it; an outcome will be an outcome whether your client argues with you or not.  

Having confidence in your predictions also means having the courage to tell your clients when you don’t know the future. If you perform a reading and the outcome looks uncertain or you can only predict for a short time, say so! Never be afraid to tell your clients something like, “There’s going to be a make or break discussion, but I can’t see what’s beyond that.” 

Closing Thoughts on How to Use Tarot For Prediction

That is all for how to use Tarot for prediction! How are you getting on learning how to use Tarot for prediction? Have your predictions been accurate? Are you struggling to learn how to predict the future with Tarot? Feel free to share your thoughts with myself and my Divinerism community in the comments section below!

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How Fortune-Telling Predicts the Future

How can fortune-telling predict the future? How can fortune tellers and psychics use tools and methods to tell people what is going to happen during love (and general) readings? How Tarot readers, make accurate predictions, and is it real and true that they can? Here is how divination and fortune-telling predicts the future!

The future can be predicted using fortune-telling. I have seen it for myself. I have predicted, for myself. I assume that you have also made predictions or have had a reading which has come true, and that is why you are reading this blog. I am also confident that, at some point in your life, if you believe you can predict with Tarot you will have to justify your beliefs to others. 

One of the greatest battles we face as predictive readers, is the assumption that we do not believe in free will. People assume that if we think the future can be predicted, then it must be set in stone, unchangeable and that we like to believe our clients are shackled to the misery that is their fate. It is this assumption which forces many people to reject fortune-telling. 

Well, I don’t know about you, but for me, this is certainly not true. Where would the fun be without free will? What would be the point in life? Then there are the moral implications as well; where would our responsibility lie if there was no such thing as free will? 

I believe that fate, destiny, and free will work together. It may appear contradictory that I think free will and destiny co-exist. However, these concepts do not conflict with each other; they work in harmony to give life meaning and direction. 

Your destiny is not something that is holding you against your will. Your destiny is your full potential. Your destiny is what can be, what you can have if you follow the signs from the universe, and go in the right direction. Destiny is all that is good and wonderful. A life lived from a place of destiny is a comfortable life. However, many people do not follow their destiny, and this is where life gets tricky. 

There are callings we do not listen to, soulmates we reject, past times we love but do not build jobs around. The signs are there that some things are meant to be for us: we obsess over them, do them for fun, and yet we do not take the full leap, we sit idle telling ourselves that it is only other people who live the lives we dream about. We assign our passion to the realm of a hobby. Using our free will we reject the things which truly make us happy, which warm our souls, which are our destiny. 

We live lives that are so far away from our full potential it is sickening. We settle for relationships that are painful, jobs which we hate. We wait for tomorrow to be happy. We ignore the signs that something better is out there because we get comfortable in the false sense of security that a controlling lover or steady job brings us. We chase men who do not want us and careers we will never excel in because we have built this web which convinces us that if we don’t let go and cut loose, the universe will let us crash to the ground. 

We reject or chase our destiny using our free will. We can decide to surrender to the unknown or fight against it. We can stay in the box or break it down. We can choose happiness or settle for existence. We manipulate ourselves into thinking that existence is the safe option which comes with no surprises but playing it safe is rarely ever danger-free or permanent. 

By an act of divine intervention, that which is too far away from our destiny often doesn’t last: this is where fate comes into the mix. Have you ever tried your hardest for something only to watch it fall apart? That lover who changes overnight? That job you cannot get? What we often brush off as just bad luck is actually fate; fate often steps in to pull apart the road which veers too far from our destiny. 

The good news is that fate brings us blessings in disguise. It is often not till years later once we chase and work with our destiny that we are grateful life turned out the way it did. You meet a much better man who didn’t come with all of the emotional baggage of your last partner or you start your own business and truly live to work (and not the other way around). 

Growing up, I always loved divination, but I convinced myself that I had to get an average job after the birth of my daughter. I played it safe. I went back to school, then to college. 

While I attended college, I got great qualifications, won attendance awards, and obtained fantastic references. Through two charities I got trained in computing and financial matters. I had a professional CV made. I lived next to Scotland’s capital city and every week I literally applied for hundreds of jobs in three different counties. You would think that I would have had a chance at employment now wouldn’t you? 

In those 4, nearly five years I only had three interviews. And, apparently, the interviews didn’t go too well. Not just that but the signs were there that I wasn’t going ever to get a job. I began to get the feeling my progress was being blocked. My library card would disappear out of my pocket when I was going down to apply for jobs. I would try to sign into my Government Job Search account and (despite having the passwords written down) I would be denied access. The printer would break every time I would try to print my CV. The phone numbers on the job advert would be disconnected. I would get to the post office to post applications, and it would be closed due to some freak accident involving fire and a banana. That was my life day in day out. 

In Gypsy culture, we have this philosophical concept known as prikaza. Prikaza are basically signs from spirits, ancestors, and the universe that you’re doing something wrong. My family took my misfortune as a sign that my job hunt was always going to be fruitless. They would say things like “oh well that’s a sign. However, there must be something better for you out there”! Clearly, my poverty-stricken-self had a difficult time believing that to be true. 

Now that I work in the spiritual industry professionally, I can see what my family meant. I honestly believe that this is my destiny, and I would much rather be doing what I’m doing now than working in one of those jobs I applied for out of a place of desperation.

Building my business wasn’t always a walk in the park, but at least I made reasonable, consistent progress and then my career took off. Eighteen months after setting up my business and working hard I went from a chronically unemployed single parent with only £3 in her bank to being an international award winner with thousands of social media followers, 50inch TVs in my living room. Days once reserved for the job center now involve sitting on the beach writing magazine articles. All this because I found a book in the library. If that’s not magical, I don’t know what is. 

During my unemployment years, I used to ask my cards what I was meant to do, and I kept getting the High Priestess. Being too emotionally invested in the situation, I didn’t know what this meant. Other psychics had also told me that one day I would be a well-known reader and write a book about Tarot (spoiler alert I didn’t believe that was possible). When it comes to divination, I think that the signs were there that being a professional reader was what was to be for me. 

The universe and spirits around us send us signs to usher us towards our destiny. These signs are either through nature, and natural means or they come to us through deliberate means i.e. in Tarot readings. We can use the cards as markers to pinpoint if we are going down the right path or if the road is not our destiny and will not last.  

To have faith in destiny is not to give up trying, belief in destiny means that there is a point in trying. Destiny says there is something better out there for our clients if they trust in their signs, in the universe, and in themselves. I don’t know about you, but for me, destiny sounds like a pretty wonderful thing. 

Closing Thoughts for How Fortune-Telling Predicts the Future

That is all for how divination and fortune-telling predicts the future! Have you successfully used fortune-telling to predict the future? Are you considering learning how to read Tarot cards? Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of this post!

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Develop Precognition Abilities

Precognition is the ability to see the future and predict events. Precognition is the skill that divination practitioners and fortune tellers use to foresee things that are about to happen. If you develop precognition abilities, you can better predict likely outcomes in your love life, business projects, even sporting events.

Many people are raised to believe that only very gifted psychics or gypsy fortune tellers like myself have precognition – this is not true! Like all psychic abilities, everyone has precognitive abilities, but some people are naturally stronger than others. However, everyone can work on their precognitive abilities.

Below, I have given you some exercises which you can try to help you develop your psychic abilities and precognition. Give them a go and see how you get on!

Tip One: When The Phone Rings, Try To Predict Who Is Calling

One very simple thing you can do to develop your precognitive abilities is to try to project who you think will be on the other end of the house phone. Or, if your phone goes off in your pocket try to ‘sense’ who you think is trying to contact you.

Practicing this exercise will help you to gauge the energy of different people in your life. Then, when you have funny feelings or sense that something is going to happen you will be able to pinpoint the feeling to a precise individual. So, instead of just saying, “Something is going to happen” you will be able to say, “Something is going to happen to June”.

Tip Two: Predict Your Timeline

This is a pretty fun exercise. Before you go to bed, write down what you think is going to be on your social media timeline when you wake up. Who is going to post first? What are they going to say? How many new friend requests/followers are you going to have?

Again, this exercise will help you to predict events surrounding people, but you will be projecting what is going to happen in the future, not just the present as you would with the telephone calls.

Tip Three: Practice Divination To Develop Precognitive Abilities

If anything is going to increase your precognitive abilities, practicing divination will. By its very nature, divination will encourage you to make predictions all of the time. Precognition is like a muscle, the more you use it the more you build it!

You do not have to be super psychic to practice divination, anyone can. I recommend that you start with Lenormand cards as these are very good for building intuition and predicting general events. Using Lenormand, you can make very detailed predictions about your love life, career, even your social media platforms! You can find a free ‘Lenormand for Beginners’ guide at the end of this post.

Tip Four: Pay Attention To Intrusive Thoughts

I am a natural precog and I make predictions a lot. I even teach other people how to make predictions! One thing which I really notice about me is that before something or someone becomes a major feature in my life, I ‘notice’ them or become aware of their presence.

For example, I noticed this girl’s name on my social media a few weeks ago. We were not friends but she was friends with an associate of mine whom I followed on Instagram and I seen her comment on a post. I felt really, really drawn to her and had a proper snoop on her account (don’t judge me). A couple of days later, my friend’s (a different friend) boyfriend had left her for the girl whose account I was snooping on and it caused a big who ha. I guess I was drawn to her because she became relevant in my life.

Another example, months ago I remembered a reader (another blogger) which I used to be friends with but fell out with years ago. Her name just popped into my head so I went and snooped on her Facebook account (I know I need to get off my phone). I go scrolling and come to find out she had been going onto my website and stealing my images for her adverts!

You might think that you’re just being nosey, but if you feel really drawn to a person there is usually a reason for it and they will become relevant in the future. So, if you want to develop your precognition abilities you should pay attention to (and possibly even keep a record of) those intrusive thoughts.

Tip Five: Trust Yourself While You Develop Precognitive Abilities

This next tip is so cheesy but it really makes the difference when you’re working on your psychic development, especially your precognitive abilities. You have to trust yourself.

It goes back to what I said about a lot of people thinking that they have to be super psychic in order to practice divination and predict events. ANYONE can use divination and make predictions.

If you really want to develop precognitive abilities, if you want to take action instead of just thinking that you ‘might’ develop, I recommend that you go onto Amazon, order a ‘Lenormand deck’ and start making predictions on your general life, love life and other life areas which matter to you.

That’s all for how you can develop your precognitive abilities! I also have a free Lenormand for Beginners Guide. You can download that guide here

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Precognition is the ability to see the future and predict events.If you develop precognition abilities, you can better predict likely outcomes in readings.
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Improve Your Lenormand Predictions

Are you wondering how you can improve your precognitive abilities through reading Lenormand? Do you want to improve your Lenormand predictions? Do you want to improve your psychic development so that you can give more accurate Lenormand card readings? If this sounds like you do not worry, I have you covered and this is something which we are going to be looking at today!

The idea of prediction is something that many psychic readers today seem to shy away from yet, at the same time, it is exactly what draws so many newbies into the world of cartomancy. Being able to peer into the future has been humanity’s life-long dream and the 21st-century person is no less inclined to give it a try than their counterpart in Ancient Egypt, three millennia ago. So, I am going to show you, in this post, how you can improve your Lenormand predictions.

Enter Lenormand

In a time when the study of Tarot appears to be shifting away from prediction and into the realm of self-help and spiritual development, another system has entered the picture to fill in the void. A pack of 36 cards Lenormand promises to allow us to tap into our innate talent for precognition and give us precise, accurate answers to all our burning questions. The only thing we have to do is activate our intuitive potential.

The Elusive Idea of Intuition 

Intuition is best described as an ability to know a fact without the use of logical reasoning. It bypasses the conscious mind and goes directly into the parts of our mind we have little control of. For some, dipping into the deep waters of intuition will be easy. For others, it may appear impossibly difficult. In fact, many will be led to believe that they simply do not possess it and that their logical mind is meant to rule their entire personality. This, however, isn’t true. The talent is available to everyone.

Develop Your Intuitive Potential With Lenormand

Lenormand is perhaps one of the most effective ways to unlock your potential for precognition. It is not only a tool for prediction but also a method you can use to open up your spiritual synapses in such a way so that all other paths of divination you decide to take will bring drastically better results. While not exactly a science, fortune-telling is an art that can be mastered.

Read It Like A Sentence 

At first, your rational mind is likely to stand in the way, prompting you to overanalyze the pictures on the cards. You need to remember that the individual images are nothing but keywords, simple tools to trigger your innate intuitive potential. The method is simple. Lenormand relies on a semantic structure, taking advantage of the left side of your brain to access your talents. Reading a string of Lenormand cards is like reading a sentence. Each image is a word, each series of images a phrase, each Grand Tableau a story.

Be Quick To Improve Your Lenormand Predictions

The first trick to get your precognition going is to be as quick as possible. Do not think too much. If you want to improve your Lenormand predictions, do not hold back. Simply say whatever comes to your mind first. Do not allow yourself the time to hesitate. Be bold and be blunt. The sheer speed of your delivery will prevent your rational mind from interfering and allow you to tap into the intuitive. The flurry of words will come out faster than you can filter them. They will be natural and emerge directly from your subconscious mind. More often than not, you will get it right – even the first few times you give it a try.

Be Funny

You might also want to try being ridiculous. Yes, keeping it silly and playful is perhaps one of the most potent keys to unlocking your intuitive potential. It helps you relax and take things as they come. Sometimes the most literate, the most mundane, the most hilarious predictions are the most accurate ones. The Bouquet can stand for the flowers in your garden, the Mountain a rock in your shoe, and the House coupled with Mice may be hinting at the fact that you have a rodent problem. No shame in admitting it.

Retain Your Innocence To Improve Your Lenormand Predictions

This sort of innocence and enthusiasm for fortune-telling is what keeps the best in the business going. It unlocks potential for precognition you never dreamed existed and makes every prediction you make not only more accurate but more fun to utter. There is no point in playing with the cards if you’re not enjoying it. Make it fun.

Practice Word Association 

This very down-to-earth, non-occult exercise can help you tremendously in becoming a better fortune-teller. Word association is a fun game involving an exchange of words. It is best played with a partner but you can also do it on your own, putting together endless strings of words that have something in common. Use your Lenormand cards as starting points. This will push you to expand your vocabulary and enable you to use a more diverse range of keywords in your readings. The better you can express your ideas, the more accurate your prediction is likely to be.

Guess The Card To Improve Your Lenormand Predictions

Another fun game you can play with your cards is trying to guess which one you’re holding. Turn them face down, shuffle them thoroughly, and pick one (or a few) without turning them over. Say the name of the first card that comes to your mind aloud. At first, you are likely to fail. Over time, with practice, you will begin to be pleasantly surprised at how often you will get it right.

Start a Psychic Journal 

Tracking your progress is important. Keeping a psychic journal can be an excellent way to do this. Write down the details of each reading you do. Then, after some time has passed, compare and see how much of your prediction has come true. It is a very scientific method – one that will allow you to measure the level of your accuracy and, eventually, take your precognition to the next level.

Take It Easy To Improve Your Lenormand Predictions

Always remember not to take yourself too seriously. Lenormand did, after all, start as a mere parlor game. It was and still is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. Being able to peer into the future and take full advantage of your precognition is a beautiful gift, one that should be indulged in with joy – and shared with others. Never push yourself too hard. Approach divination with ease and you will have much higher chances of succeeding.

That is all for how to improve your Lenormand predictions! I also have a free Lenormand for Beginners Guide. You can download that guide here

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