No, I am not psychic. I am intuitive. Some people mistake being intuitive for being psychic. I use various methods such as meditation to connect with the energetic fields around my clients. Then, using the Tarot, I’m able to provide the answers to the questions being asked.
I believe that the future is not set in stone, and I believe that through our own actions (or inactions), we can control what happens in our lives (to a degree). During a Tarot reading, I will be able to tell what forces and influences are at work in your life that could lead to a specific outcome. From there, we can work together to determine what steps you can take to either foster that outcome or set yourself on a course that will avoid that outcome if you desire.
Like Wicca & witchcraft, there are many common misconceptions about the Tarot cards, and this is one of the most popular ones. Tarot cards are not evil. They are simply a tool. And, just like witchcraft, there are people out there that may use the Tarot for less-than-honorable purposes. However, the Tarot cards themselves are by no means evil.
I want you to get the most out of your investment in a reading with me. To help achieve that, here are a few tips:
- Be as descriptive as possible. Many people feel the need to tell the Tarot reader as little as possible. After all, Tarot readers are psychic, right? Not always. As I mentioned earlier, I am not a psychic medium. And although I receive messages from Spirit (or whatever you want to call your “higher power”), the more information I have, the better I can interpret the Tarot spread that I do for you. So don’t be afraid to be descriptive in what your question is or what you are hoping to get the answers to with your reading.
- Be honest. Just like the misconception that you should tell a Tarot reader as little as possible, some people will try to slip in an “un-truth” to see if the Tarot reader can pick up on it. This sets a bad tone for the reading, not to mention it’s a bad energy to put out. So be honest in the information you provide.
- Be “open” spiritually and emotionally. It’s certainly understandable if you have some doubts about Tarot readings (especially if this is the first time you’ve received one). But if you’ve invested the time and money to book a reading with me, then you’re not doing yourself any favors by not being open to the experience. So come into the reading with an open mind and an open heart.
- Try not to ask yes/no questions. I know that seems difficult, but it’s more about asking questions that will allow me to give you a bigger picture answer. When I read a Tarot spread for a client, I paint a picture with the cards that are drawn. So if your initial question is “Will I get married this year?”, try rephrasing it like “What do I need to know/do to manifest a lasting romantic relationship?”
I don’t wash windows. Other than that, I have a few things that I won’t address:
- I won’t tell you when you’ll die. That’s dark, and morbid. And even if it was something that I COULD determine, why would you want to know when you’re going to die? There’s so much that you can find out about living that is much more exciting!
- I won’t answer questions that violate my code of ethics. For example, I won’t answer questions like “When will my boyfriend leave his wife and be with me?”
- I won’t do “third party” readings. I only read for people who give me express permission to read for them. So questions like “What is going to happen with so-and-so’s love life?” are off limits. If so-and-so wants to know about their love life, then by all means, have them book a reading with me!
- I won’t answer legal questions. I am not a lawyer. And if you’re involved in a court case, then chances are the outcome is out of your hands. However, I CAN do a reading that will let you know what you can do to positively influence whatever you have control over. If you have a legal issue, then I highly recommend that you seek out legal advice from a lawyer.
- I won’t answer medical questions. I’m also not a doctor. I CAN do a reading that is along the lines of “What do I need to do in order to improve my health?” But if you’re wondering if you have a certain disease or disorder, then please get yourself to a doctor or, if it’s imminently life-threatening, go to the nearest ER or dial 911.