do I need a vendor license to read tarot cards?
My mom does flea markets on the weekends selling her custom jewelry (she has a vendor license to sell jewelry) and I want to set up beside her tent to read tarot cards for a small fee like $ 5.00 do I need a vendor license to do this? I researched it online and it only states you need a vendor license if you are selling general merchandise… but I would be selling a service but not merchandise. So do I need the license??
Answer by huhwhereiami
do it in the closet and no one will know
Answer by DutchApplePie
Answer by crazyhumans2
If you can read tarot cards then you should know all the answers. 🙂
Answer by manic
You aren’t a vendor if you read cards. The license is to make sure you pay sales tax. You have no sales. You are only responsible for paying income tax on the $ 5 you charge.
No license is required.
Is there a very specific way to read tarot cards?
Like some tarot card decks say you should only read them as the right side up way but some say you should read them according to if they are upside down or not. I’m just wondering if the reverse and right side up way is the oldest and best way to do it.
Answer by tarot_realms
It’s really your personal preference and reading style that matters for your interpretation. Personally, I do read reversed and upright cards, as I feel it holds additional meaning through their interpretation and symbolisms.
I do not know what the ‘oldest’ way is, but I strongly suggest to read whichever way you feel most comfortable in reading.
Answer by Sadhara Satguru
When starting out with Tarot it is best to leave the reversed alone until you have mastered the upright as it can get very confusing!
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What are some tips to learning tarot cards?
Answer by Ishamael
Open mind is a must. Perseverance is another one. But parochiallyspeaking, start doing readings right away. You will be looking u the meaning in your books for awhile which will help you mmemorizethe basics. Do not be afraid, after some practice time, to follow your intuition. Also, try to look at each card carefully before you go to sleep. Some interesting ideas could arise from that.
Answer by tarot_realms
First read the book / booklet that came with the deck. Look at the pictures, see where they are coming up with those keywords or thoughts. Study picture symbolism, use your intuition.. visit sites and organizations that run teaching classes.. ask professional readers questions or find a mentor.. and practice practice practice.. then after all that, continue learning the cards by studying other systems that relate to the cards, such as, astrology, numerology, crystals, alchemy, etc. 🙂
Hope that helps
Answer by The Seer
well you got to be open minded. gotta be focused. well there’s always having the natural gift for it. being clairvoyant helps. just keep trying. it takes practice to get it
Answer by Jasmine Moon
Hi, I have been reading cards for 15 years now and here are some of the tips I give all beginners:
-throw out the book that came with the deck, the art of tarot is in how you interpret the cards.
-take each card, one a day is a great way to do this, and study it in depth. Look at the colors, the picture, the background, symbolism and emotion in each card. Read it like a story and meditate on what the card means to you. Getting to know the cards personally is very important.
-Don’t worry about spreads… the best way to read for a beginner is to just start pulling cards and reading them. Some times a past present and future 3 card draw is the best reading someone gets!
-if you have cards that fly out of the deck while you are shuffling, or you are drawn to very strongly.. then pull it out and read it! the card obviously wants to tell you something 🙂
-Find a way to personalize your deck and keep it working with your energy on it… a special bag or tie for it.. lots of shuffling.. keeping crystals around it.. how ever you wish to express yourself into them. I am currently working on a “color your own tarot” for this reason.
-Do not be stalled by a deck that doesn’t fit you… even the deck that features your favorite color and spirit animal and all that jazz can not call to someone and speak to the reader.. keep trying different decks till you find one that you are really comfortable with.. I have been using the same deck for 13 years now.. and its all old and worn now.. but man I couldn’t find a better one 🙂
ETA- start off with readings when ever you are comfortable. I would practice as much as possible and with people who are patient enough for you to sit and find the meaning. I would also make sure you feel comfortable with the person you are working with..so there is no pressure.
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