Before you begin reading for other people, whether professionally or personally, first make sure that you’re comfortable in your knowledge base of Tarot and your intuitive abilities. By now, you should have a comprehensive understanding of Tarot and you should be able to make use of any resources which will aid you. As a psychic reader, you should be able to not only understand the language of Tarot and your own language with Tarot, but also you must allow others to understand you. Vernacular is defined as a person’s day-to-day vocabulary and way of speaking. It is the words people use and how they use them, especially how they use them wrongly.
Part of one’s vernacular when communicating with almost anyone is to have the practice of conciseness, which is being able to get straight to the point without missing the point. For example.
Question: Will my mother be alright? She fainted at work and had to be rushed home.
Cards: Ace of Cups ⇓ and the Nine of Swords
Too Little → Your mom will be alright. She just needs rest.
Too Much → Your mom is just fine. She was probably very stressed out about something close to her and her body had to give her some kind of sign to consciously show her that she had to begin taking more care of herself. She seems to have been working herself to the bone, which had an emotional and mental affect on her, which health is in mind, body, and spirit, so the body gave out due to the imbalance of the mind. Spiritually, she will probably begin having imbalances which will throw her into a nervous breakdown if she keeps continuing her stressful ways, which is why the Nine of Swords appeared. She will be completely fine if she just takes everything simply and tries to let things go.
Conciseness → Tell your mother that she’ll be fine if she learns to let go of the worry she’s had regarding something very emotionally close to her— perhaps a lover, a family member, etc. She needs to take up some stress-relief therapies such as hot baths, exercising, or journaling because she shouldn’t bottle things in anymore, which is why she fainted.
Analysis → With too little, the point was completely missed, which was telling the querent what led up to their mother fainting and giving a proper remedy. With too much, the point was drowned in all sorts of irrelevant tangents, that although were true, they were just unnecessary. In giving too much, there are so many pathways to follow from what was said, leaving the querent wondering about everything that was said, such as how she will let things go, what the mind, body, and spirit stuff was, what the stressful things were that caused her to faint, and how she will recover. With being concise, the point was given, which was that she was stressing over something emotionally close to her and a remedy was given with instructions.