Should I keep fighting or give up?

Tarot cards are a popular method for divination, and the yes or no tarot spread is an excellent way to get quick and accurate answers to questions. The tarot cards help unlock hidden knowledge from the universe that can give you peace of mind and guidance on important matters. This article will provide an overview of how to do a yes or no tarotspread and explain why it is such an effective tool for getting answers.

The yes or no tarot spread is one of the simplest spreads to use for divination. It typically involves choosing two cards from a tarot deck and placing them side by side in order to interpret their meaning. The types of questions that this spread can be used for are relatively simple ones, such as “should I quit my job?” or “is this the right time for me to start a business?” The yes or no spread can also be used for more complex questions, such as “what is my next step in life?”

The cards chosen will provide an answer in the form of a yes or no. If both cards are positive in nature, then the answer is a yes. If both cards are negative in nature, then the answer is a no. If one card is positive and the other negative, then it implies that caution should be taken before making any decisions.

The interpretation of the tarot cards chosen for this spread should be based on their symbolism and traditional meanings. The cards chosen will provide insight into the situation or question at hand and can be interpreted in different ways to get a better understanding of the answer.

The Basics of Yes or No Tarot Spreads

Yes or no tarot spreads involve using only one card to answer a single question. It is important that you focus on your question while shuffling the deck, so that your energy flows into it and helps guide you towards the right card. When you draw the card, take time to look at its meaning before interpreting it as either a “yes” or “no” answer.

One way to interpret the cards is by looking at them in terms of their element. In tarot, there are four elements: air, fire, water, and earth. Generally speaking, a card from the air suit represents communication; one from fire indicates passion; one from water implies emotions; and one from earth symbolizes stability. Therefore, if your drawn card belongs to any of these suits, consider how your question relates to its element when drawing conclusions about whether it’s a yes or no answer.

For example: let’s say that you asked whether you should accept a job offer, and you drew the 9 of Cups (water). You could interpret this as “yes” because water symbols often indicate feelings of joy, which suggests that this job offer would bring happiness into your life. On the other hand, if you drew the 6 of Swords (air), this could be interpreted as “no” because air symbols often indicate delay or change in communication—perhaps waiting for another opportunity would be best in this case. 

Another way to interpret your drawn card is by looking at its numerology value—the number associated with each card in every suit. In general terms, odd numbers generally represent positive outcomes; even numbers usually represent negative ones; numbers 4-10 suggest caution; while numbers 11-20 suggest optimism with regards to future events. This can help provide further clarity when interpreting your card as either “yes” or “no”.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Conclusions:  By taking time to understand what each tarot card means both in terms of its element and numerology value, doing a yes or no tarot spread can be an effective tool for unlocking hidden knowledge in order to gain clarity on important matters—with accuracy rates ranging between 80-95%. Whether used alone or in conjunction with other divinatory tools like astrology readings and palmistry consultations , tarot cards can be powerful allies on our journey towards self-understanding and enlightenment!