Tarot Reading: Yes or No (2 Cards)
using a full 78 card tarot deck based on use of standard playing cards as pip cards
This is a 'Yes, No' tarot reading using our Playing Card Tarot Deck (upright cards only).
As the title of this spread suggests, the YES card (on the left) relates to the situation if the querent proceeds with the scenario that he or she has in mind at the beginning of the reading. The NO card (on the right) refers to the situation if the possibility held in mind at the outset is dismissed and either the overall opportunity is rejected or some other path is chosen.
To proceed with this reading, clear your mind then focus on the situation that you would like the cards to offer insights about. Take care to ensure that the 'Yes' scenario is uniquely defined in your mind. Then turn the cards over ...
Tap each card in turn (1, 2).
The YES Card : Queen of Cups
What if I do ? This card offers insights about possibilites if you proceed as you have in mind and while maintaining your present attitude.
Tarot Cups (hearts in playing cards) concern emotions. Court cards can refer to particular people. In that case a queen might represent a mature woman, a woman in authority or a man whose 'feminine' qualities of e.g. nurturing and creativity are particularly strong. Alternatively, queens can also indicate new levels of awareness.
- 'Sixth sense', psychic abilities
- Emotional intelligence acquired
- Regular contact with intuition and higher wisdom
The tarot suit of cups is associated with the element of Water, the direction West and the season of autumn ('fall' in U.S. English).
Read more about the Queen of Cups Tarot Card.
The NO Card : Seven of Swords
What if I don't ? This represents the alternative scenario if you choose not to proceed, assuming no other changes in the situation.
Tarot Swords (spades in playing cards) concern intellect and morals. The number seven crops up in many contexts and is sometimes considered spiritual.
- Stealth, illicit tactics
- Someone trying to take advantage of or manipulate a situation
- Action that might be motivated by either bravery or dishonest cunning
- Possibility of opposition to freedom of thought or expression
The tarot suit of swords is associated with the element of Air, the direction East and the season of spring.
Read more about the 7 of Swords Tarot Card.
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