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Our business is based on providing professional guidance and solutions, which means we receive many questions from clients. Check out a few of our most common inquiries below. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, let us know and we’ll find it for you. Every question is important to us, so don’t hesitate in reaching out.


What forms of payment does HaiTarot accept?

Credit Card, Cash App, PayPal, Venmo

Tell me about your tarot readings.

It doesn’t matter if you are sitting directly in front of me or if you are in a remote village across the pond – as long as you come to the tarot table with an open mind, we can work together.  I do feel that a quiet environment is best as there are little distractions and I am better able to pick up on things.

My philosophy: I believe that tarot is a tool for conscious decision making –  if you have an idea of where you are going, you can make better decisions.  And that’s important because our decisions determine our fate. (Yep, future is malleable.)

How does intuition play into it?

Everyone has “psychic ability” to some degree (just ask any cop who has to rely on hunches!).  This is a natural God-given trait although some of us trust it more than others.  I don’t consider myself “special” or “talented”, I am merely an instrument – tapping into universal energy and giving guidance to those who need it.
For tarot, I not only look at the cards, but I try to sense what those cards mean for the client – the cards have many different interpretations and intuition helps me to feel out which is right for the client.  Two people can have the exact same cards in the exact same layout but it may mean different things.  Intuition helps to sort it out.  Sometimes I also just “get a vibe” which has nothing to do with the cards at all – just what I am picking up from the client.

How accurate is Tarot?

In my personal experience, most tarot readers  are about 80% accurate at best. NO reader, no matter how famous they are or how accurate they claim to be, can read for everyone or see everything.  There is always room for misinterpretation and no reader can possibly know ‘everything’.  If they did, they’d be God!
Please remember – if you don’t like something said in a reading, you CAN change the outcome.  YOU are ALWAYS the master of your own destiny.
The only person who can claim 100% accuracy for your life is YOU.  Your actions and thoughts will always determine the outcome.  Avoid readers who make you feel otherwise.

Is tarot ever unable to answer a question?

Of course!  You might ask the cards a question, but sometimes the answer is not available. Other times, the question may not have a black and white answer (ex: “it’s complicated”). But even if the tarot cards are drawing a blank, I will tell you “I don’t know” but then give you any relevant info that I do receive around your situation.

What is the best way to ask tarot my question?

The Tarot Lady wrote a blog post just for this!  Read it here: What is the best way to ask tarot a question?

Other hot tips: Include names of anyone you are asking about.  Birth dates are always helpful.  If you want to send me a photo via email, that can be helpful.

What’s not helpful: asking the same question over and in a different manner just to try and “get” the answer you want.

If you don’t want to know the answer to a question, simply don’t ask.

Can anyone develop their intuition or learn to read tarot?

You betcha!  I believe that meditation is the best way.  When you are able to quiet the mind, you have a better chance of connecting to your own inner wisdom. Just keep an open mind and practice, practice, practice.  Any ability will diminish if you don’t apply yourself.
As far as learning to read tarot cards – anyone can learn the meanings of the cards, but if you are not tuned in to your intuition, it is like playing an instrument without a sense of rhythm. Learn those cards but, more importantly, trust your gut.  That’s the secret sauce!

How soon can I expect an appointment or response?

I answer within 24 hours.

For phone readings, your appointment may be scheduled about two weeks or more in advance.