Last week, I visited a new tarot reader and was surprised by the format of the session, which predominantly consisted of "yes/no" tarot readings. Instead of offering nuanced insights, the reader simply drew a single card for each aspect I inquired about, such as relationships and potential meeting places, providing straightforward "yes" or "no" responses for each platform (e.g., apps, events, work, etc.).
Traditionally, tarot cards are seen as conduits for complex interpretations, delving into the nuances of situations rather than offering binary answers. I'm questioning whether this simplified approach accurately reflects the depth of the cards' meanings and whether a more thorough reading might have explored the reasons behind the drawn cards, which may not necessarily signify a clear-cut "yes" or "no."
I'm curious if my expectation of tarot readings is misaligned or if others share my skepticism about the accuracy of "yes/no" tarot readings. Additionally, I'm seeking advice on how to frame questions during future sessions to avoid them being reduced to solely "yes/no" inquiries.