How to phrase your tarot question:
What kind of questions work best with tarot cards?
When experienced psychic readers consult tarot cards there are many different ways they phrase their questions. It's impossible to say which way will work the best, but virtually all psychics agree that some types of questions fare better (or worse) depending on the tarot spread you're using. If you are using a "Past, Present & Future" spread for example, a good question might be "Tell me about the Past, Present & Future of [your subject]".
General tarot questions vs. specific tarot questions
Expert psychic readers typically find their tarot readings are most successful when they ask general questions like: "Tell me abou the forces affecting [your subject]", or "Tell me about the issues surrounding [your subject]". Many experts approach the cards with an even more general strategy asking simply: "Tell me about [your subject]". This approach allows the cards the freedom to offer insight into a wide variety of sub-topics which the reader may not have anticipated when asking the question.
While many novice psychic readers tend to ask more specific questions like "Will Beth get married to Michael?", "When will I experience perfect love?", "My relationship isn't ending is it?" -- the tarot doesn't usually respond with obvious answers (Although every psychic admits that when the future is crystal clear, the cards sometimes deliver incredibly direct answers. These are the readings we all keep hoping for!)
No experienced psychic can tell a student exactly how to phrase his or her question. The best approach is typically to attempt a few different kinds of questions to see which phrasing yields the most accurate results.