|Nationality||🇺🇸 United States|
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If there is one word that would describe my life up to now, that word would be 'growth'. I was raised by a Christian pastor, and moved very frequently throughout my teenage and adult life. When I moved in with my Mom when i was 14, I was introduced to a whole new world, and was given much more freedom to explore and learn. That's not to say that I didn't learn anything valuable from my Dad. He gave me lessons in reliability, responsibility, and respect. My Mom taught me expression, empathy, and self-reliance. More than that, she introduced me to the world of spirituality, and it took no time at all for me to be drawn to Tarot, and to realize that my dreams were far from ordinary. While I may seem a bit young, I have a lot of experience in adaptation and resilience. I was homeless for four years, part of high school and shortly after, which made me resourceful. I've worked mostly in customer service, so I know how to problem solve. While I've struggled with romantic relationships, being in the LGBT community as an asexual biromantic, my friends still appreciate my logical, perceptive advice in all matters, including romance. Above all, after these hardships, I've learned to be kind. I approach people with empathy and honesty, because judging others is unfair and prejudiced. No question is stupid or crazy. Every concern is valid. I treat others how I would hope to be treated, following the example of friends and family who supported me in my most trying times.
I started my journey as a counselor when I was 15. No sooner had I been given my first Tarot deck than I realized that I had an intuitive gift. My readings were very accurate for a beginner, and I often surprised my friends with my insights. I've had very meaningful dreams since I was a small child, and for me, dream interpretation is like another language. As a result, I have an instinctual understanding of dreams, and would often advise others on the meanings hidden within them, which helped many of them with daily problems and concerns. I continued to hone these skills over the years, graduating to more complex decks, questions, and layouts, and continuing to interpret dreams of all kinds. Today I have about 10 years of experience, and I have yet to have a single person be unhappy with my services, even if the answer provided was disheartening. I've built trust with my friends, family, and clients.
When I do a Tarot reading, I don't need to know the person, but a recent photograph helps a great deal. I focus less on the literal meaning of the cards and more on what I feel from them. This means that you're more likely to get a better reading through text or email, since I can take the time to focus on what I'm feeling, and compare it to the cards, and come up with a more accurate answer. With dream interpretation, it's much the same. I ask for as much detail as possible, because the smallest thing could be very significant-- the color of a scarf, if there was a moon in the sky, if you felt urgency or calm. To put it simply, Tarot is about emotion, while dream interpretation is all about the details.
Three Card Spread (three questions)
Wheel of the Year
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