You think Tarot can give you the answer for everything including the pregnancy matter, right? Just focus on your situation, make a pregnancy prediction Tarot spread, and you will get the answer you are waiting…is it true? You are so WRONG! Each of us needs to take the responsibility for the decisions we make as well as our life. Tarot is a divination tool which only gives you insights into your problems and helps you find the right direction.
Obviously, when entering into a reading, you must keep in mind a few questions you shouldn’t ask the Tarot cards or the reader. For example, most women often ask “am I pregnant?” – The best way to know whether you are pregnant or not is to do a pregnancy test or buy a quickstick. The Tarot cards (though it’s divine) are not a proxy for a visit to the doctor. They can give you messages if there’s a possible issue or concern, but we recommend you better have a health check. Tarot can’t help you anything related to diagnosis, prognosis, or treatment advice of the medical professionals.
Also, the Pregnancy Tarot Spread can’t give you the exact answer for the question: “what is my baby’s gender?” In fact, the Page card may indicate the boys; however, these inquiries shouldn’t show up in the reading. The card readers and Tarot cards can choose not to answer this question.
Of course, you will get pregnant in the future if that is what you really want. So, the queries like “will I get pregnant?” or “when will I be pregnant” just waste both your and the reader’s time. Instead, you should phrase something that is more personally enriching for your life like “how can I prepare myself for creating a loving family?” A good reader enables to spot if you are going to become pregnant by glancing at a couple of cards combined in a certain spread. Always try to frame your question from a place of hope and learning rather than fear.
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A pregnancy prediction Tarot spread can help an expectant mother to connect to her child and her partner. Asking clear questions is very important, plus the spread focusing on pregnancy will help interpreting insightful messages from your reading.