Tarot readings have become much more mainstream over the last few years. The industry has grown by leaps and bounds where there are now over 93,000 tarot/psychic businesses in the United States alone. One in three people went to a reader last year. But while it has grown in popularity there is still some confusion. How do you know that a reading with me is right for you?
Before you get started, take a moment to read over how the process of my email readings work. This can help to ensure that you know what to expect from the time you pick a reading until you open it up and read it. You might also want to take a look at the button below about asking the right questions. The better and more specific the question the easier it is to give a detailed answer. Please pay special attention to the following:
My readings are not primarily predictive in nature. That means that anything that I see is not SET IN STONE. Your thoughts and actions can change your reality at any time. Think of me more as a consultant - I can look at the situation and give you what the potentials are there. What you do with my information is entirely up to you. I prefer to keep the focus on you, because looking at what a person thinks and feels can be less helpful then looking at what you should be focused on. Their thoughts and actions are theirs, and so what we can control is your side of things. I don't give "homework", because who wants to be back in school? I will often give you specific things you can do that will ENHANCE your experience, but will not hurt your situation if you do not do it.
I use physical cards for my readings. I do use a template with my readings that gives some consistency and structure to each reading, but I never use computer generated meanings. Each explanation of the card(s) is tailored to you and your question.
I want your reading to be as painless as possible, so I collect as much information as possible before-hand. If your question is unclear, or one that legally or ethically I cannot answer I may reach out to you via email to ask for clarification. The sooner that you respond, the sooner that I can get you placed on the schedule.