TABI’s Aims

  • To promote the highest standards of ethics in teaching and reading Tarot.
  • To offer mentoring of a high standard.
  • To promote Tarot as a force for good and development in a person’s life.
  • To provide a network of fellow Tarot readers and enthusiasts for mutual support, discussion and experience.
  • To provide information and inspiration via a website and regular e-magazine.

Members of TABI are expected to adhere to the following Code of Ethics.

TABI’s Ethics

  • Readings are in confidence between the client, the reader and TABI.
  • Readings aim to help the client to take charge of their own life.
  • Clients will be treated equally and with respect.
  • Readers will be open-minded, honest and non-judgmental.
  • If appropriate, readers will suggest that clients consult a qualified professional. (e.g. health or legal professional.)
  • When a fee is due, the amount will be agreed prior to the reading.
  • If at any time a reader feels unable to complete a reading, they will withdraw tactfully.
  • Readings will not knowingly be given to clients aged under 18 years without permission from their parent or guardian.
  • Readings cannot be given about anyone other than the client, and questions relating to others (e.g. third parties, such as partners, family members, colleagues, etc.) will be re-phrased or declined.

1 Comment

bobrealeasymediacom · April 10, 2021 at 10:01 pm

there are practically thethics i have always applied to my readings so i agree wholeheartedly, much as i love tarot i can see that it can be misused by both readers and querents tarot should nrver take away someones freedom of vhoice nor should it be used as a universal decision maker like some gimmicky plastic 8 ball. yours raven

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