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Which cards are yes and no in tarot?

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For example, if you have been worrying about your future and whether your plans will be successful, you can get in touch with tarot readers who will tap into the energy of the Universe, the energy which rests within you, and the energy that rests within them. After regulating the vibrations, they will discuss your question, understand its elements, and choose cards intuitively. The picked cards can have independent, distinct meanings, or they may be connected.

What this means is that the cards may or may not be compatible with each other. For example, two cards may have complementary meanings in a three-card spread, while the remaining cards may be completely different. This does not necessarily make your reading a positive or negative one. The outcomes, hints, and guidance are determined through the collective meanings of the cards, the energies and vibrations, and the reader's analysis.

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In tarot reading, yes or no sessions are based on simple questions, your daily queries, and questions which have yes or no answers. For example, if you have been thinking, "Will I be rich?" or "Will I have a successful marriage?" then through yes or no predictions, you can determine the answers to these questions.

The best part about these readings is that they can be done through one card, three cards, or even six cards in some cases. These cards are picked intuitively and are primarily dependent on the messages of your spiritual guides.

You can read more about one-card tarot reading and three-card tarot reading at InstaAstro 'One Card Reading' and 'Three Card Reading' pages. Moreover, yes or no tarot's accurate predictions can help you reach instant yes no tarot answers.

Besides being quite elaborate and descriptive, every tarot card holds a different meaning in terms of context. For example, on the one hand, a particular card can have a negative sense with regard to a specific question, and on the other hand, the same card can have a positive meaning for another question. Thus, most tarot readers prefer to do yes no tarot card reading sessions through elaborate spreads such as the three-card spread.

In a three-card tarot, yes or no spread, two cards may be in your favour, and one card may have a negative meaning. Similarly, two cards may be unfavourable, and one card may be a 'yes'. However, in some rare cases, all three cards may be different from each other and not give a definite answer.

In these scenarios, you and your reader may choose to pick more cards. In yes or no pick card readings, questions are supposed to be short, crisp, to the point, and straightforward.

Much like all other tarot readings, it is vital to get connected with the energies, calm yourself, focus on your intention, pay attention to your question, and be open to any type of result.

First, it is essential to think of a question and the intention linked to it. For example, suppose you wish to know if you will get married soon or not. Then, one can determine that your intention is to know whether there are prospects for marriage or not. Then, you can write down your question, speak it out loud, or keep repeating it internally; the choice is yours.

Second, shuffle your deck and choose a card intuitively if you are doing your reading. However, if a reader is doing your reading, then focus all your energy on the deck.

Then, after a card is chosen, analyse it carefully. You need to pay attention not just to its meaning but also to the symbols and their complete implication in terms of your question.

In astrology, yes or no questions require complete attention and focus. So, you should make sure that your vibrations are on the right track.

If you wish to know the meanings of each card, you can head to our InstaAstro 'Tarot' page.

Usually, in Tarot reading free sessions, you are asked to think of a question, pick a card according to your reading of yes or no, and then know the meaning behind the card. As we already know, some situations require elaborate spreads, and these are known as the Maybe readings.

Sometimes, it is impossible to determine one particular meaning; thus, more widespread tarot card options are required to understand your situation. While yes or no readings are meant for simple, short, on-point questions, maybe readings are meant for layered questions.

Most tarot readers believe that yes or no readings are intended for instant, quick, and immediate answers to specific questions. If you want to set the tone for your day, understand how things will pan out for you on a particular day and what awaits you. Your feelings regarding a particular situation, then a personalised yes or no reading, can help you unfold answers quickly. However, if you have complex questions which require elaborate discussion, understanding, and in-depth reading, then maybe readings are meant for you.

To get the best result or response from your yes or no tarot reading, there are some things that you should keep in mind.

Here are some of the standard rules for your yes or no predictions:

First, make sure your questions are short and sweet: What we mean by short and sweet is that your questions shouldn't be too long, too complicated, or too elaborate. It would be best to choose a simple question for this type of reading and a complex question for more elaborate readings.

Channel your energy into the meaning of each card: To make sure to get accurate readings, pay attention to the purposes of the cards and the message they are trying to put toward you.

Remember the position of the cards: In this particular type of reading, the cards are read in the Upright position, and Reversed cards are not meant for these readings.

Shuffle the cards: Be it an online tarot card reading, or an offline one, you should remember to shuffle the cards. For example, in a free online tarot reading, you can click on the cards to rearrange them to get authentic results.

In a yes or no tarot card reading session, there are some questions that are too difficult to answer through yes or no readings. For example, you should avoid open-ended or very elaborate and specific questions as they can derail the reading. Here are some of the questions that are not meant for the yes or no type of tarot card reading:

As we can see, this question is not a yes or no question and thus cannot be answered in this reading. Your cards can guide you toward the path of success and prosperity, but they cannot give you a specific number.

Your cards will put you on the right track to lead a happy and fulfilling relationship, but they won't be able to tell you exactly how to make your love life better. So instead, you should try asking questions such as "Will I be able to make my relationship better?" or "Will my relationship be a happy one?".

We all know that headwork, determination, and efforts are the way to success, but questions like the one mentioned above are meant for more elaborate spreads. Yes or no tarot readings demand questions such as "Will I get a good job?" or "Will I be successful in my professional life?". Your specific yes no reading will be able to answer these questions quickly.

Again, this question requires input from multiple cards, and thus for your yes or no reading, you should ask, "Will I pass my exams?".Your cards cannot give you elaborate solutions in any variation of tarot reading. However, you will get the necessary guidance to make valuable changes, understand how things are for you at any moment, and get your life back on track.

Yes or No readings can be used for true or false questions too. Under these circumstances, these readings are known as True or False readings, where Yes is substituted with True, and No is covered with False. So, for example, if you ask your spirit guides whether your partner loves you or not, you can receive the answer as a yes or true or as a no or false.

In true or false readings, questions such as "Can I earn more?", "Do I need to work more?", "Should I study more?", "Can I better my relationship with my loved ones?" or "Will I get a good partner?" are some of the most popular ones. Everyone seeks positive outcomes, but one should not get disheartened if one gets adverse results.One should find positive aspects in every reading regardless of the outcomes.

To know more about tarot spread, their meanings, and how tarot reading influences our lives, you can refer to InstaAstro's various pages dedicated to Tarot. In addition, to speak to experienced tarot readers, go to our website, book your consultation, get in touch with some of the most acceptable tarot readers or practitioners, and get the guidance you need.

Mykelti Weinfeld
Ballet Historian
Answer # 2 #

You could designate two suits, such as cups and pentacles, as no and two suits, such as wands and swords, as yes.

Hassan Dom
Answer # 3 #

Tarot is such a multi-dimensional art form. It’s sometimes hard to remember that it also answers point-blank questions in the form of “Yes” or “No.”

True, there are layers of complexity and conditions couched in every simple Yes or No answer, but there are ways to tease them out!

So, let’s peek at the method and madness needed to get to the bottom line of any issue or possibility.

First, we need to have a clear understanding of our own reactions to a specific Tarot card. When a question reaches the mind of any Tarot reader, the answer pops out in images that we all understand in a unique and personal way.

And, when reading for someone else, there are some fundamental things to keep in mind before we start.

It’s useful to pull a few cards initially, just to get the feel of the person and situation. This makes it easier to interpret the cards’ message and get the specific answers they need.

I think of this as “the question behind the question.” It’s like a shy child that hides at the back of their initial question more times than not.

Sometimes clients ask, “Will I be moving?” When what they really mean is:

Or, on the flip side, “Am I going to get evicted?”

That would rate a “Yes, you will move” answer, but it changes the nature of the question. So, it’s super important to intuit the deepest part of the question because that leads us to the answer the cards hold.

Here’s where we need to fine-tune our judgment to get an accurate reading.

“Happy” cards, like the Four of Wands, the Ace of Wands, the Sun, the Wheel of Fortune, the World, and the Six of Cups, show that good stuff surrounds the situation.

On the other hand, the Chariot contains a condition. It tells us that progress will be made if we use plenty of concentration and effort.

The High Priestess tells us that wisdom must be employed first, then success will follow.

The Star card says that our deepest wish will come true if we hold on to our vision of the highest good.

Cards belonging to the Major Arcana carry more weight in deciding Yes or No and should get more of our attention as we interpret the spread. They tend to show lasting situations, while the lower numbered Minor Arcana cards show transitory events along the way to Yes or No.

Some cards are strongly cautionary and say to proceed slowly, if at all.

For example, the Three of Swords shows terrible heartbreak. The Five of Pentacles means poverty and hardship. The Two of Swords says there is very little that we can do in the situation right now. The Eight of Cups shows a difficult departure and a journey to seek new opportunities.

However, some “scary” seeming cards like Death or the Tower can frequently mean drastic transformation or shocking change that will ultimately spin out as something better later on.

Reversed cards tend to indicate a No, or at the very least, a delay. But it’s important to read the spread as a whole to decide which it is. Sometimes it just means that it will happen on a slower timetable with a few obstacles to overcome along the way.

Jasmine feels confused because he so obviously loves her and includes her in all aspects of his life, but after several years he hasn’t popped the question. Here’s the spread that ferreted out the answer.

The Question: Will We Get Married?

This four-card spread tells us:

Card One– The energy of the relationship

Card Two– What your partner feels about you

Card Three– Could it go the distance?

Card Four– Will you actually get married?

Her spread was full of Yes cards, the Sun, (meaning warmth) the Ace of Cups, (meaning it’s a big love) the Ten of Pentacles, (meaning longevity).

But, the Ten of Cups, considered the ultimate marriage indicator, is reversed.

Here, her partner’s overwhelmingly positive emotion toward her shows that they will ultimately get married. And they did!

The reversal meant, “It will just take longer.” (It did).

If the first three cards had been the Three of Swords, the Devil, and the Nine of Swords, the final card’s reversal would mean something very different. Like “No, and please don’t even think about it!”

Cards showing confusion like the Seven of Cups, the Two of Wands, or the Eight of Swords, show that it’s not really time to decide Yes or No. Their imagery shows confusion, or that you currently have no freedom to act.

Some cards indicate delay. The Four of Swords signals “time-out.” It could feel like the relationship is cooling or even heading for a temporary separation.

Another card, the Hanged Man in the Major Arcana, tells us to flow with the timing of the Universe and just let go of the reins. If we do, all will work out for the best!

The four Tarot suits: pentacles, cups, wands, and swords, are associated with astrological triplicities. They can help to clarify timing through their association with the seasons of the year.

In timing questions, a card of the pentacle suit indicates that the event will happen when the sun is in Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn. The seasonal backdrop of the image will help to indicate which part of the calendar (spring, fall, or winter).

A card belonging to the suit of cups would point to a period when Cancer, Scorpio, or Pisces is ruling the year. Or, a sword card would indicate Gemini, Libra, or Aquarius, and a card from the suit of wands, an Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius month.

It’s important to read all Minor Arcana cards in context with each other because they fine-tune our answer, both by how high or low their numbers are and by the qualities they represent.

Court cards can mean a specific third party who will be instrumental in making something happen. But, again, is that person a King, Queen, or a Page? It could determine their power to influence the situation.

So, factoring everything the cards show together in a reading will ultimately make a Yes or No answer perfectly clear!

Check the list below for the Yes or No meaning of each Tarot card. And click the links for each card if you’d like to know more about their meanings in a love and relationship reading, a career or finances reading, and what they mean in the past, present, or future position.

Tarot card readings give you a deeper connection to Spirit. This means you’ll get the unadulterated insights you need about your past, present, and future, but only if you read with a tarot card psychic.Find a tarot card psychic or learn more about tarot card readings.

Claude-Michel Golding
Wedding Planner