Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How much should I charge for a tarot reading?

Hey there,

I’ve been reading tarot since I was twelve years old, and have been using the same deck ever since. I have the meaning of each card memorized by heart, and give at least twenty readings to friends every week, for FREE. I’ve had lots of practice, and 9/10 times I’m completely accurate.
I’ve been thinking about giving away business cards to acquaintances about my readings, and would love to make a second job from it.
My question is, for those who have been charged for readings, what made it a good experience for you, how long was the reading, and how much did you pay? How much do YOU think a good reading is worth?

Thanks!
This is a question pertaining to the business aspect of tarot readings, not their validity.

Answer by Pangel – Love and Peace
I dont charge and have never paid
however , the going rate for the average reader in the UK is about £15- £ 20
the readings usually take about half hour
I personally wouldnt pay more than that , if I was to pay at all

Answer by Voldypoo
Hmm, I don’t know….you could charge your customers half the price it cost you to buy the tarot cards…or the same amount, depending on how much they actually were.

Answer by Monika
I think it really depends on the spread. There are too many spreads to have just one price for, so I think the dollar a minute is an okay price. If your explanations tend to be a little long, maybe make it 75 cents a minute.
I won’t pay any more than that, no matter how good the tarot reader supposedly is.

Answer by ether
how much does it cost to play ‘go fish’?

Answer by VampireJane
I smell phony Bologna!

Answer by Boba Fett
Charge what the market will bear. That’s how business works.

But I rather doubt you’re providing any valuable information. Anybody can claim to be accurate 9/10 times but nobody has ever proven such a claim with controlled experiments. Try it and see. Sylvia Browne charges big bucks — Google her and check her track record. It’s not good.

Answer by tom
its fine to charge, but be fair, meditate on it, and ofcourse consult your cards. i say phooey to not being allowed to read your own cards.
i personally prefer to do trades for services. its always worked out well.

Answer by Rev. Lynn D.
I have been reading for 18 years. I read professionally and I charge $ 1.25 per minute. I live in Florida but I know that in large cities, Tarot readers are charging a lot more. It depends on where you are. I would call some people locally and see what the going rate is in your area.

And just ignore the usual stupid people that want to try and force their personal views on you.

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Answer by Cheryl E
Not in this forum. If you want an online reading, go to facade.com.

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Answer by WebWeaver
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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Do You believe in the Ouija board? Why is it so creepy?

Answer by Jared
Yeah, I believe that it’s a board game by Parker Brothers that takes advantage of the ideomotor effect.

“The ideomotor effect is a psychological phenomenon wherein a subject makes motions unconsciously. As in reflexive responses to pain, the body sometimes reacts reflexively to ideas alone without the person consciously deciding to take action. For instance, tears are produced by the body unconsciously in reaction to the emotion of sadness.

Automatic writing, dowsing, facilitated communication, and Ouija boards have also been attributed to the effect of this phenomenon. Mystics have often attributed this motion to paranormal or supernatural force. Many subjects are unconvinced that their actions are originating solely from within themselves.”

Answer by B( o Y o)bies
They sell the Ouija Board at Toys R Us… Unless there is an “Occult” section I’ve been missing for all these years… I will call it a silly game and nothing more.

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Part 1 of 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eG4wTZuT3wM

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Answer by smile!
Do I believe in it? LOL!

Why is it so creepy?
Your mind does interesting things.

Answer by Peaches
No I don’t believe in that evil thing!

Answer by Captain Awesome
No somebody always cheats.

Answer by Be Blessed
Ghosts, hauntings, séances, tarot cards, Ouija boards, crystal balls—what do they have in common? They are fascinating to most people because they seem to open the window into a curious and unknown world that lies beyond the limits of our physical existence. And to many, such things seem no more dangerous than opening a window in their homes.

Many that approach these subjects from non-biblical perspectives talk about the existence of ghosts and hauntings by the spirits of dead people who, for whatever reason, have not gone on to the “next stage.” These same people talk about three different kinds of hauntings: (1) residual hauntings (likened to video playbacks with no actual interaction with any spirits); (2) hauntings by human spirits, with those spirits being a combination of good and bad (but not evil), similar in nature to people we meet in life. Some may simply want to get a person’s attention, others may be pranksters, but in either case they do not truly harm people; and (3) interaction with non-human spirits or demons. These demons can sometimes masquerade as well-intentioned human spirits, but they are harmful and dangerous.

When reading material on ghosts and hauntings from such non-biblical sources, it should be remembered that just because an author may refer to the Bible or to Bible characters (such as Michael the archangel), it does not mean they approach the subject from a biblical perspective. When no authority is given for an author’s information, the reader has to ask himself, “How does he/she know this to be so? What is his/her authority?” For example, how does an author know that demons masquerade as well-intentioned human spirits? How does he know that it is good to ask advice from “spirit helpers,” while at the same time it is important not to “invite a spirit to manifest its presence” at a séance because it may be a demon? If demons can masquerade as well-intentioned human spirits, how can one tell whether his spirit helper is telling the truth about its identity or is truly a demon seeking to confuse and deceive? How can one be sure? Ultimately those who address such subjects from non-biblical sources must base their understanding on either their own thoughts, the thoughts of others, and/or the experiences of the past. But based upon their own words (that demons are deceiving and can imitate benevolent human spirits), experiences can be deceiving! Ultimately, if one is to have a right understanding on this subject, he must go to a source that has shown itself to be accurate 100% of the time—God’s Word, the Bible. Let’s take a look at what the Bible has to say about such things.

God states it is foolish to try to consult the dead on behalf of the living or to consult with those who say they have an inside track on the future when instead one can actually consult with the wisdom of the living God (Isaiah 8:19-20). And if God considered the occult practices of contacting the spirit world for wisdom or guidance for the future an abomination worthy of judgment in Moses’ time (Deuteronomy 18:9-12), then God who does not change considers it so today (Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 1:12) and those who ignore this do so to their own hurt. Lastly, again, the largest weapon in God’s arsenal for freeing people from Satan’s kingdom is the good news of Jesus Christ.

Answer by So-Crates Back AGAIN MoFos
Do you believe in the ideomotor effect??

http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/encyclopedia.html

The only reason it is creepy to you is because you do not understand how it works. Read the attached link and you will see it is not supernatural at all.

Answer by Tauren Shaman ★★★★★
No. It’s a board game made by the Parker Brothers, like Connect Four. Is that game creepy too?

Answer by The Doctor
Jared got it. There’s nothing spiritual about it – it’s all from the sub-conscious.

Answer by The Unknown
I believe in the ouija board because it can open up portals to spirits and demons. It is a very dangerous device even though most people use it just for fun or to contact their loved ones.

Answer by is spelnilg ralely imrtoapnt?
no i dont. it never works unless youre pushing it yourself.

Answer by the chosen one
You can render a Ouija board harmless by using it as a cutting board for garlic.

Answer by ABBABABE
It’s suggestive. It would only be creepy if a person thought it was real.

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