Types of Clients in Tarology

Types of Clients in Tarology

What are the different types of clients in Tarot?

When working with cards (and not only), there are different clients. This is due to different psycho-types, living standards, upbringing, etc.

It can be difficult for a beginner to understand how to behave with an unfamiliar type. And since our task is to make a correct forecast, to give the client hope and “strength to live on”, I decided to lay out my thoughts and subtleties of working with some of these types.

Deaf Client

This person can be characterized by the phrase: “I want to hear only what I want!”.
Usually such people are very open, they talk about everything and the first impression is that this is not a Tarot session, but a moment of psycho-relaxation. You can catch yourself thinking that the client is trying to convince the Tarot reader of his perfection, ability and professionalism. Although, if your Tarot spead does not give a confirmation of such story, the “deaf” person will not pay attention to it. This is why he is deaf, because he does not hear the truth. The only thing he will hear is information that corresponds to HIS ideas about himself or the question asked.

And here the first stone arises – how to convey to the client the information that the deck tells? (if it is important for a Tarot reader)

It is necessary to establish contact with the client, through recognition of merits.
For example:

  • received information: a lot of worries with the child;
  • we say: you surround the child with warmth and care, worry about him so that he does not feel “deprivation and loneliness”, etc.
    This way you are unfolding and smoothing the interpretation of the spread, the Tarot reader “opens the client’s pent-up ears”.
    How?? It’s simple. According to the psychological practices, we seek from the client to receive statements with which he agrees, and only after that…

We can speak the full truth and know that it will be heard, that the client’s field of vision will be ready for some facts of reality, and most importantly, acceptance of these facts.

Dumb Client

Such a client can be characterized as follows: “I will be silent, you have to tell everything yourself”.
The most that can be learned from them is the question itself and what brought the person here. It is hard to get feedback and any extra information. These are people who are distrustful, emotionally stressed, and disappointed. In their understanding: the inner world is their territory, where no one should intrude. But if such a specialist is found, that can read them like a book, then the credit of trust will be released, and respect received. Such clients, coming another time, will be more accommodating and less distrustful.
Such a client requires from the Tarot reader the ability to work with the client’s shadow, i.e. describe the problem, and slowly gain trust and openness.

Blind Client

Such a client wants to open his eyes. Usually, closing the eyes is provoked by emotionality, a dead-end situation. Less often it is caused by a lack of information.
There is only one rule here: not to provide false information, because we are required to be as professional as possible. We are required to have a sense of responsibility for our predictions or actions.

Bored Client

The motto for such a client is “tell me something… interesting”.
Such people are bored, because their life flows in a calm channel, everything is stable and well-organized. Often these clients bring a dumb person with them.
Such client expects from the Tarot reader a story that some outstanding events, trips, gifts, positive emotions, the realization of belated (ancient childhood) dreams, etc. will begin in the near future.
The worst situation is when a bored client becomes a very frequent and regular client.

Realist Client

The motto of such a client is “what to do”?
Such a client always has a real problem, but he is sure that it can be solved correctly, and he is always looking for only the right solutions.
However, such clients can be lost very quickly if the predicted way of solving something does not satisfy the needs of the realist.
When working with such a person, you should consider everything in detail, find out and, most importantly, do not give advice. The Tarot reader only looks at the situations – and the client decides for himself how to proceed.

2 thoughts on “Types of Clients in Tarology”

  1. Thank you Mary for the article! I admire you – how well you knows how to understand a person and his real desires. Hmmm … Learn more and more 🙂

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