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What Is an Email Tarot Reading?

If you’re curious about tarot readings but don’t want to share your deepest desires, fears, and other personal sh*t with a total stranger, you’ve come to the right place. Getting an in-person tarot reading can be fun, but for the tarot to truly work its magic, you sometimes have to get vulnerable and talk about sensitive topics that make your cheeks turn red. That can be overwhelming and scary, especially if you’re an introvert like me!

Why are email tarot readings helpful?

I remember the first in-person tarot reading I ever got. I was 18 years old and felt so shy and embarrassed the entire time, and it left me a little hesitant to try again.

~ More about my first tarot experience: Red Flags to Look Out for in a Tarot Reader ~

Fortunately, I did revisit the tarot many years later when a friend offered to do a reading for me. It was much nicer but still felt a little… awkward?

Then, I got my first email tarot reading from Liz Worth, who, unfortunately, doesn’t offer this service anymore. No worries, I’m here to take over!

Liz’s email tarot reading was different. I got a page and a half full of information that felt relevant to what was happening in my life. It was comforting and encouraging. AND I was able to keep referencing it to see how things ended up unfolding.

That’s why I started offering written tarot readings via email. With an email tarot reading, you can dig into your business on your own time, in the comfort of your home, and even wearing fuzzy bunny slippers and a robe if that’s your thing!

What information do you need for an email tarot reading?

First of all, you don’t need to have a specific question in mind to get an email tarot reading. I do general readings that provide a comprehensive overview of your life. However, if there’s a particular area you want more information on (i.e., money, love, spiritual path), please let me know in the notes section when you check out.

Other than that, you don’t have to do anything! It couldn’t be easier (for you).

What happens during an email tarot reading?

My process for doing an email tarot reading is the same as reading your cards in person. To start, I prep my space, making sure the room is clean and free of clutter. I may burn a little sage to cleanse the energy. Then, I set up a small altar. The altar may be as simple as a candle and a cloth, but I often choose a crystal or three and maybe some flowers.

I tune into the querent’s energy during this time, which helps me choose the right objects to set out. We don’t need to know each other for me to tune into your energy. However, I like to repeat the querent’s name aloud while I prepare the space and shuffle the cards, so that’s helpful information to include when you purchase a reading. I also say a prayer while shuffling, inviting your angels, ancestors, and spirit guides to share any wisdom and insight they have for you.

Luna places tarot cards on a table preparing to do an email tarot reading

After I lay out the cards, I take a moment to observe the entire spread. I note the positions of the cards and how they interact with one another. Then, I start to write in a stream-of-conscious manner. After my initial impressions are down on paper, I break the spread into individual readings and analyze them further. I take a photo of the entire layout and include it with your write-up.

Before I clean up and extinguish the candle, I take a moment to give thanks to the spirit guides, angels, and ancestors who may have contributed to your reading.

Then, I make sure your reading is error-free — I am a professional writer, after all — and hit send.

I hope you enjoyed reading about email tarot readings!

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