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Tarot by Wendy provides insightful sessions for clients in 

Southeastern Arizona and online.

Learn more about the Tarot on this page, especially if this is your first reading.

Origin of Tarot

The Tarot emerged from within the Western esoteric tradition. The first cards originated in Italy in the 15th century. However, the symbols used in the Tarot are much older. People used them initially as a game. By the 18th century in France the cards were being used for divination. By the late 18th and early 19th century Tarot saw a revival in England with occult organizations such as the Order of the Golden Dawn. The use of Tarot spread to other countries in Europe. In the early 20th century, the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung was very interested in the Tarot as a manifestation of deep collective unconscious archetypes. Interest in the Tarot took on another wave of expansion in the Western world in the 1960s. Interest in Tarot has increased since then worldwide.

There are more than a thousand different decks that have been published in recent times. Technology has made it easier for people to create their own decks and use the cards for personal daily practice. Some decks have been developed with an emphasis on specific themes. People are clearly attracted to the results that they receive and this has been so, for a very long time. The majority of Tarot decks manifest the classic 78 card structure used in the Rider-Waite Golden Dawn deck of the early 20th century.



There are 22 Major Arcana cards referred to as the "Landmark" cards. In our life these are always present at every moment; they are so big we can see them from anywhere and get our bearing. When we use these landmarks, we can always discover where we are. (Marcus Katz, The Tarosophy Tarot Association, UK)


There are 40 minor arcana cards. The minor arcana cards provide useful "signposts" in the realm of Tarot. The Minor Arcana provides illustrations of human activity, and it can be useful in various situations. As they construct a matrix in four elements (earth, air, fire water), and in ten stages (cards 1-10) within each element, they also provide a logical progression, teaching us how to move from one state to another. (Marcus Katz, The Tarosophy Tarot Association, UK)


The 16 court cards have been referred to as the "Direction" cards. Each of the four elements has a Page, Knight, Queen and King card. They represent the forces at play in the universe, so they provide us with directions in our journey. We can seek help from the court cards when we need to kickstart something in our lives or restore balance within us. (Marcus Katz, The Tarosophy Tarot Association, UK)


A “querent” is the person who comes to the reader for a Tarot reading. The querent and the reader place themselves in a quiet and reflective atmosphere. Both put their energies into the reading by touching the deck. Then the reader shuffles or sometimes the querent shuffles the deck. Some querents may ask specific questions or they may ask for a general reading. A general reading is a request to the reader to manifest unconscious concerns or energy surrounding the querent. Then the reader selects the appropriate spread depending on the conversation with the querent. The cards manifest the answer and the reader interprets the spread to achieve the answer. A skilled and knowledgeable reader will have various spreads to choose from based upon the querent’s concerns.

A trained and competent Tarot reader not only knows the various meanings of the cards but also the meanings of the cards depending on whether they are upright or reversed. The proficient reader will also know what a card means in relationship to the other cards in the spread. This type of reading will also include an overview and may also use techniques for clarification.



Why is it important to ask good questions at your next Tarot reading?

It is important to formulate your questions so that you can receive the best results. 

  • Information: A Tarot reading helps you gain insight (consciously or subconsciously) and the guidance you may need.

  • FOLLOW UP QUESTIONS: Once you ask a question, you may want to be ready for follow up questions on that same topic so that you can obtain clarification.

You should not ask:

  • YES OR NO QUESTIONS: “Yes” or “No” questions will not give you quality answers. All situations in our lives are more complex than they may appear to us. This type of question will not give you the guidance you need. We cannot over simplify our situation at any time with a “yes” or “no” question.

  • DEATH/SERIOUS HEALTH ISSUES: Death or the outcomes of a serious health issues are not ethically appropriate.

  • OVERLY SPECIFIC QUESTIONS: Specific questions about “Love” OR questions about how someone feels/reacts. (ie. What is my soul mate’s name? When/where am I going to meet my life partner?)

IMPORTANT: The reading is for the self-improvement of the querent. …when asking questions, the focus is on you and your reactions to the life forces in play. A Tarot reader cannot help the person. The querent is the only one who can help himself/herself. However, the Reader will give the querent information so that he/she can make decisions how to react or not react to a specific situation. 

If you don’t ask good questions, you may feel discouraged or even hopeless. The Tarot reader usually does not read minds so it is the querent’s job to ask good questions.

The following are typical “good questions” that a Tarot reader can work with and give you better results. This is just a guide. (See website: kelleemaize; dreamdashjournal; biddytarot)


S1. How can I accept this information about myself?

S2. How can I bring happiness into my life?

S3. How can I forgive so that I can move forward?

S4. How can I grow spiritually?

S5. How can I improve my self-esteem?

S6. How can I learn to accept difficult news?

S7. How can I release my fears?

S8. How can I set myself up to be my best/happiest?

S9. How will I feel six months from now and what energy will affect me in the coming months?

S10. What are my hidden hopes/dreams/fears?

S11. What can I do to love myself?

S12. What do I need to focus on for my personal development and growth?

S13. What do I need to heal from so that I can move forward?

S14. What false beliefs do I have about myself?

S15. What is holding me back or what are my limiting thoughts?

S16. What is my biggest fear?

S17. What is the best way to manage my emotions better?

S18. What is the possibility that I am headed in the right direction?

S19. What kind of living environment should I find to be happiest?

S20. What lessons should I have learned from my past actions/mistakes?

S21. What may be “hidden” in my life that I need to focus on and need to change?

S22. What past mistakes should I be reflecting on to improve my life?

S24. What should I focus on in my life to be happy?

S25. What steps should I take to create the best life possible?

S26. Why do I never feel satisfied/happy/loved/calm?


L1. How can I attract the best partner for me?

L2. How can I communicate better with my significant other?

L3. How can I free myself from my current relationship?

L4. How can I get over my ex?

L5. How can I strengthen my relationship with _______?

L6. How can I trust my partner?

L7. How will I know when I have found my soul mate?

L8. What can I do to help me find my soul mate?

L9. What can I do to open my heart if it is closed off to others?

L10. What do I need to know about attracting love?

L11. What do I need to work on before my next relationship?

L12. What fears do I have should I get married?

L13. What is currently hidden to me about my partner?

L14. What is holding me back from love?

L15. What mistakes did I make that caused me to fail in love in the past?

L16. What negative energy do I bring into my relationship?

L17. What positive energy can I bring into my relationship?

L18. What qualities do I need in a romantic partner?


F1. How can I attract/or make more friends?

F2. How can I be a better friend or family member?

F3. How can I help my family?

F4. How can I help myself be a better ____? (ie.mother/daughter/son/sister,etc)

F5. How can I improve my social life?

F6. How can I meet new people?

F7. How can I support my friend/family member?

F8. How do others perceive me?

F9. What boundaries do I need to set in my relationships?

F10. What can I do to cope with my family problems?

F11. What characteristics/qualities of mine bring negativity into my friendships/family?

F12. What characteristics/qualities of mine bring positivity into my friendships/family?

F13. What do I need to forgive/heal from my relationships?

F14. What do I need to know about his situation in my relationship with ____?

F15. What do I need to work on about myself to improve my relationships?

F16. What do I take for granted about my friends?

F17. What is the possibility that I will have children?

F18. What issues from my past are affecting my relationships with my loved ones?

F19. What support network (do I need/do I have) at this time?

F20. Why do I attract specific personality types?

F21. Why do I feel alone and how can I change this feeling?

F22. Why do I tend to have the same issues with people?

F23. Why do my friendships seem to fall apart?


C1. How can I balance my personal life and my career?

C2. How can I be happy with my work/job?

C3. How did my parent’s career goals for me affect the decisions I made?

C4. How do I know that I am headed in the right direction with my career path?

C5. How will I know when I am in the right job for me?

C6. If I needed to relocate for my job, where would I feel more comfortable living?

C7. What are my natural talents and skills?

C8. What are my strengths when it comes to my career?

C9. What are my weaknesses when it comes to my career?

C10. What beliefs did I inherit about my career?

C11. What can I do to help advance my career?

C12. What can I do to improve my relationship with my co-worker or my boss?

C13. What can I do to resolve an issue with a client/colleague?

C14. What is blocking me from being successful?

C15. What kind of job would impact me negatively?

C16. What kind of work should I be looking for that will be fulfilling?

C17. If I had a choice to stay with my current job or enter a new job, what would be the outcome of one choice versus the other choice?

C18. What would be the outcome if I started my own business?


(Please see my Code of Ethics. I am not a financial advisor.) 

M1. How can I create my dream home/car/wardrobe?

M2. How can I earn more resources/money?

M3. What are some ways that I can improve my relationship with money?

M4. What blocks me from increasing my financial situation?

M5. What should I be aware of that could negatively affect my money situation?

M6. Why do I keep making poor financial decisions?

M7. Why do I seem to have money problems frequently?


(Please see my Code of Ethics. I am not a licensed health professional.)

H1. How can I best support my health?

H2. How can I improve my health/well-being?

H3. What are some ways that I can help me heal my body?

H4. What blocks me from being at my best health?

H5. What can I do to improve my energy levels?

H6. What can I do to reduce my stress?

H7. What current issues/problems am I ignoring in regards to my health?

H8. What do I need to be mindful of to stay healthy?

H9. What do I need to focus on to care for myself?

H10. What should I do to help me overcome my health issues?

H11. Where does my stress come from?

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