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    When reading other people, trust your intuition. The reader should be relaxed
    and open to communication. The reading will present cards that represent things at the
    present time, at the time of the reading. Any future cards are suggestive of a likely
    outcome, given the present situation, and the querent does have the power to take the
    reading and make changes to their life, to affect a different future than was previously
    predicted. Sometimes, however, things in the querent’s life have already unfolded to the
    point that the future prediction is impossible to avoid, like a “future” pregnancy that is
    seen before a test shows positive.
    When reading your own cards, do so with open mind and positive heart, and ask
    help from the Lady and the Lord, your guides, etc, for aid in interpretation. Some
    people have issue with reading their own cards, but Ann raises a good point- if you
    cannot trust yourself to influence the cards in self readings, how can you be sure you’re
    not reading your own needs off the cards you’re reading for others? Learn to read for
    yourself and close friends first, and then you may branch out once you feel confident in
    your reading ability.
    Ann suggests breaking in a new deck thusly: dedicate with a good incense like
    Frankincense, and sprinkle an herb (such as rue, betony, cinquefoil, burdock, elder,
    lavender, marigold, mugwort, or wormwood). When done with the sprinkle, the herb
    may be burned with the incense (NOT wormwood!), dropped into a candle flame (as
    seen in the consecration ritual), or the herb may be placed in the box where the
    cotton-wrapped cloth cards are kept when not in use. The color of the cloth may vary by
    one’s focus, but plack, yellow, and purple are common choices. See the color list (in
    book 1, pg 63-64, or class 3 notes) for options and meanings

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