What to Expect From a Reading With Me

by - October 22, 2016

When you and I get together for a session, MAGIC happens! 

Just kidding.  We chat.  We talk.  I get to know you and what you're having issues with.  I lay down my cards and use them as a catalyst to help you open up and find the answer to what you're seeking.

If any magic happens, it's because we've hit upon something, like a light bulb moment, and then we have a road map that highlights the paths you can take to reach your destination (meaning, satisfaction/happiness in this issue).

But I do have some ground rules before we start, what some might call a code of ethics.  Though I just say they are my boundaries as a tarot reader.  And here they are:

  1. No fortunetelling, so please don't ask me questions about your "future".  If you need ideas for a question, please consult the list below.
  2. 18 and older please.  If you're under 18, have your parent with you for the reading please.
  3. My job is help you, not tell you what to do.  I can't solve my clients' problems, but I certainly can help you find the best scenario routes to a solution.
  4. I reserve the right to refuse service.  If this happens, you'll get a refund.  This had only ever happened once, so it's not something to worry about.
  5. I take appointments via FB messenger or email.  If you can't make it to those appointments, then you need to let me know a day ahead of time.  I have no issues with cancelling, but if you don't cancel and you don't show up?  Unless it's a dire emergency, you don't get a refund or a make up reading. 
  6. No guarantees.  My job is to listen and guide.  But I am not a licensed doctor of any kind, so if you need one, I will let you know I can't help you.  This is legally for entertainment purposes only.  
  7. All readings are confidential.  But if someone tells me they will hurt themselves or others, I will call the police, period.  If someone threatens me, I will call the police, also.  I don't play around when it comes to safety. 

Can't think of something to ask?

Llewellyn has a great list of what to ask in a reading:

1. What do I need to know about . . . ?
2. What is the next step I need to take to achieve . . . ?
3. What can I do to help . . . ?
4. What is standing in the way of my . . . ?
5. How can I best overcome the obstacle of . . . ?
6. How can I be a better . . . ?
7. Which is the best choice between . . . ?
8. What can I do to support myself while . . . ?
9. When is the best time to . . . ?
10. Who am I?

So, if you're ready for a reading, then click here and let's get on with it!

(I only now offer readings to my life coaching clients, my students, or in person, sorry!!) 

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