Psychology experts agree that our thinking shapes our experiences in life. Fortunately, you have access to a handy tool you can use to help empower your happiness. The focus of this post is to provide you with some good tarot questions to dig into your intuition and provide you with food for thought.
With the right attitude, even obstacles have value when reframing how you look at them. You can develop beliefs to help you feel happier and achieve more, regardless of the circumstances.
Consider asking one or more of these questions when you next pick up your tarot deck or oracle deck.
You can start using your intuition today to transform your life through the power of positive thinking. Yes, I thought that sounded corny as I wrote it, but it is true!
Give it a try, and I’m sure you’ll surprise yourself.
Good Tarot Questions to Empower Your Happiness
You can use whichever spread or layout you wish with the following questions. If you want a general overview, draw one card; you can draw multiple cards to dig deeper.
There is no right or wrong way to use these questions, so do what you feel most drawn to.
1. How Can I Best Use My Full Potential for My Highest Good?
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that we all have different talents and ways to help those around us. Use this question to remind yourself of this and help you explore ways to best use your abilities.
I have complete faith that you will achieve incredible results if you put your mind to it.
Don’t doubt yourself but instead, get excited about reaching your true potential.
2. How Can I Learn From My Mistake?
When we make a mistake, we have two choices. We can let it bring us down and make us miserable, or we can make setbacks work to our advantage by choosing to focus on the lesson we learn.
When asking this question, make it as specific as possible. For example, if you made a mistake at work, rephrase the question to include what happened.
The more specific you are with tarot questions, the better your answer.
3. What Can I Do to Embrace This Change That Is Happening?
It’s important to accept that life is a series of changes. Everything is constantly transforming and shifting from one stage to the next.
In times of change, it helps to know where to direct your energy to prepare you for the next phase.
Use this question to assist you in focusing on the present moment, and discover ways you can prepare yourself to adjust to whatever circumstances come your way.
4. What Are My Greatest Strengths?
Everyone has different strengths to draw upon. These tend to be shaped by our values, beliefs and experiences in life.
Find out what you’re good at and use that knowledge to guide your choices.
5. How Can I Use My Strengths To Serve Others?
Following on from the previous question, you may like to learn the best way to utilise your strengths to benefit those around you.
This could be your immediate friends and family, the wider community, or whoever you feel called to aid.
6. What Opportunities Will [This Particular Situation] Bring?
Describe the situation you are referring to when asking this question.
Use it to stay alert for promising opportunities. You never know what might come your way.
You can follow up this question by asking how to recognise an opportunity as it arises.
7. How Can I Begin to Forgive [Myself/Insert Name Here]?
Lighten your burden by releasing past resentment you’re holding onto. Whether it is yourself or someone else you need to forgive; let your intuition show you how to begin the process.
Learn to react with compassion and understanding, even when others let you down and disappoint you. This applies to yourself too – be gentle with yourself and remember that we are all learning and doing the best with the knowledge we have.
8. Where Do I Need To Ask For Help?
If you’re anything like me, it’s easy to say “yes” to everyone until it gets to the point where you’re either overwhelmed or burnt out.
Using this question, uncover the areas of your life where you need to reach out and ask someone else for their help.
Perhaps you take on too many tasks at work or always agree to help family or friends and end up with no time to yourself.
Whatever it is, don’t be afraid to ask for advice, feedback or help with a task when you need it.
9. What Do I Need to Know Today?
This last question, or variations of it, is my most asked one. It’s the perfect question for a daily card pull – whichever deck you’re using.
Let it provide you with the message you need to remember most and direct your energies toward.
It’s an easy one to rephrase too. Try asking what you need to know for the week or month ahead.
Using questions like these with your tarot or oracle cards, you may discover hidden talents you never realised you had as well as different ways to view events in your life as they happen.
You’ll learn ways to empower your happiness and build your self-confidence.
A positive mindset while questioning old assumptions increases your enjoyment of life. So, replace limiting beliefs with a reinvigorated sense of certainty about yourself and your abilities.
Be open to experimenting and trying new things. Don’t be afraid to dream big and set goals to strive for.
With each day comes the possibility of success and new adventures to look forward to.
Over to You!
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this and have some new ideas for good tarot questions to try. Do you have any other suggestions of questions to add to this list? Let me know in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “9 Good Tarot Questions to Empower Your Happiness”
Just to make it clear, I have never had or done a tarot card reading event. I am wondering what exactly is the link between me coming in and the cards that are pulled out at that moment? And will they be different when you do it half an hour later? And please do not tell me that my luck changed in those 30 minutes. Or should I do a number of readings so that a general indication forms?
Thanks for your great questions; I will attempt to answer from a personal experience several years ago.
I’ve asked the same or similar question about a situation multiple times before because, for whatever reason, I wasn’t “satisfied” with one of the cards I pulled. It wasn’t within a close timeframe, such as half an hour, but a day or two later – and I ended up with the same card again.
Despite that happening, I re-asked that question again after more time had passed. The difference was that I used a totally different style deck – this time, I used one of my oracle decks instead.
Obviously, I couldn’t draw the same card from different decks. Still, I was rather gobsmacked when the card’s meaning was very, very similar to the first!
I think your suggestion of doing several readings to form a general indication is a good idea, particularly if you ask a question about a complex situation.
I haven’t had an experience with doing a reading for someone else where they have then asked the same question at a later time, but I would be very interested to see what happens!