Oww, my INFJ would prolly bent over and break laughing when asked about such things. I dont know I am more receptable to it. As in its sure intresting, but I dont believe in it.
I once read that book talking about a spiritual aura that lies like a shield around every living and material thing. That was quite fascinating, I liked the connections between real wordly things and spiritual made up things that guy drew in the book.
But to answer your question: No I hadnt had a psychic reading.... yet
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Yes, against my will, very annoying. He was desperatly trying to get peoples attention into luring them for full readings for a price. He just kept bugging one person after another and when he walked up to me and my friend reaching out his hand and starting to assume that something big was apparantly going to happen in my life. My friend smacked him in the face.
Ofcourse I had to ask him why he didn't see that coming. He didn't have a good answer.
I don't trust people claiming to be psychic. I don't believe in the supernatural. And I absolutely loathe people abusing other peoples beliefs. There will come a time that I will do the smacking. I regret not being the one that thought of it at the time. :P
I have, but only by myself
I'm acutely aware of the fact that in this bizz there are a lot of charlatans. However, I was always curious about it, aka if it worked, and how, so I taught myself how to read cards several years ago and decided to try it out and see what would happen. I'm no pro, but it's very helpful sometimes to sort out your thoughts.
Tarot is more than just 'predicting the future'/ intuiting what will likely happen to you next on this path. Depending in how you use the cards and which question you pose yourself, you can gain insight into yourself that's useful in confusing times. It is my experience that the cards are very good at 'relaying messages' of your subconscience. It helps untangle your thoughts and often points you to the right direction as how to get started in a situation and provides reminders of the things that in the heat of it all could get/have been lost and forgotten but are nonetheless important to you somehow.
I've found it useful when I'm not sure what to do, as my Ne is doing overtime and I'm unable to sift through it because my Fi is bogged down in digesting emotions and cannot get enough distance. Tarot at that point provides a focus for my Ne, a guide if you will, and in the process frees up my Fi by removing the distress I'm feeling from not knowing what to do.
On the other hand, it is often advised not to use tarot for yourself when you're distressed as some people will only focus on the 'bad cards' or only see what they want to see. I've never had that problem, but I can see it being a reason not to read tarot at these moments. I have for instance one friend who can read herself but turns to me to have her own cards read for this reason
I have a friend who reads cards, her mother runs a spirituality shop and they’ve both read mine from time to time when we’re chilling over drinks, I’ve also had them read once in their shop. I find it interesting for a lot of the reasons Amar says, predicting the future isn't what I'm interested in, it's the helping to focus on something when confused.