What are Tarot Cards?
Tarot Cards are a large deck of 78 cards, which typically display an array of iconic images. Much like playing cards, the Tarot deck has four suits with number and face cards. Unlike modern playing cards, the Tarot deck includes a unique set of suits, as well as 22 additional special image cards without suits, or trump cards. Over the course of time, the Tarot has developed a deep history in its use for divination. Each individual card in the Tarot deck has several traditional descriptions that indicate its meaning when it comes up in a card reading. During a reading, the cards are often laid out in a special arrangement, so the position of the card during a particular reading also indicates meaning, such as "past, present, future".
How do I prepare for a reading?
Come with an open mind and heart! Psychic readings can bloom like roses. It's always good to write down what you need to resolve. That helps to set your intention. You do not need to share that information, it just helps to align your energy, so you are clear when you enter the reading. Its okay to feel unclear, just have a general sense of what is lacking clarity.
Do you have to be psychic to read Tarot Cards?
No, but it helps! Anyone can begin to work with Tarot Cards, but many seek the council of a professional psychic to help understand their lives better.
If Megan is psychic, why does she need the cards?
Megan doesn't necessarily need the cards. She believes you can read anything upon which you place your intention. Megan is an extremely visual person, so images from the cards stand out easily. Megan allows images from the cards to "speak" to her, often finding meaning that goes beyond the traditional description of the card.
Can Megan tell me my future?
Anything is possible! Megan likes to focus on living in the present. If we want our future to look better, we need to work on the present. Possible outcomes will present themselves in a reading, but the future is not set in stone.
How do I know she's a "real" pyschic?
Read her bio and see her education. Also check out her press links to hear what others have said about her. It's always best to feel comfortable with the person reading for you.