Using The Tarot For Health Questions

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Here is an example of a tarot health reading. First and foremost always consult a doctor first for any health reason.

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insightful

I knew a card reader who could read palms, also she could tell you exactly what was going on well before the symptoms started.I am very happy she mentioned potential health problems before they happened,she probably saved my life.I don’t think any current medical diagnosis would help.However, past medical history eventualy helped resolve the problem.

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    insightful

    Health readings can help in some cases but as stated before always consult a doctor for a prognosis.

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insightful

of course, if someone is not feeling well, please, go and see a doctor… but what about future health problems, maybe simply caused by bad habits which can be prevented? Also, when I talked about diagnosis with the Tarot, I should explain: what I read was not about diagnosing physical sicknesses, but more on the “spiritual origin of sickness” or problems. This is not contradictory with medical diagnosis and treatment, but I think it can help people to understand what’s the lesson they can learn from their current situation, it can show them that something positive can come out of it.

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Green Witchie

I feel compelled to put my two cents worth in….. 🙂 ’cause I, too, am interested in what tarot cards might say about health. I understand the point that someone should see a doctor if they have a medical condition. And, of course, a tarot reading is no substitute for a doctor. But to me that’s kind of like saying that we shouldn’t use the tarot to address people’s emotions and feelings, either – they should see a mental health professional if something’s bothering them, but I think both readers and querents often use the tarot along those lines.

Personally I think it would interesting to know if certain cards indicate certain medical ailments. Perhaps they could then be used to suggest a person be aware of a possible medical condition that is presently without symptoms. I wouldn’t feel like I was filling in as a doctor, anymore than I would feel that I was acting as a psychologist.

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    Luatarot

    And on the other hand, most people don’t die from misdiagnosed “feelings.” Yes, I understand that is essentially what suicides are but I would hazard a guess that the predisposition is there and is probably not triggered by a tarot reading. Additionally, most people talk to family, friends, acquaintances and strangers about their problems so a reading isn’t the only source of information or direction on handling personal issues. With the exception of chemical issues, psychologists/psychiatrists are many times just someone who will listen. In that instance, aren’t we all in the profession?

    The problem is that many people shy away from doctors and would gladly accept a tarot readers take as a psychic experience and either try to self-cure, mislead doctors or even manifest symptoms. I believe a tarot reader should only give vague information regarding medical weakness they may want to watch out for without leading the Q to think that it is inevitable or that every other physical aspect is hunky-dorey. I guess I’m thinking in terms of astrology that says Libras tend toward kidney ailments so I drink alot of water. No harm, no foul.

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