|Nationality||🇺🇸 United States|
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I'm a Midwest native that has made a home in the Southern United States. I came to the South to attend college. Like many people, I ended up finding the love of my life in college and married. My husband and I (we are a heterosexual couple) enjoy spending time with our pupper, a beautiful Chocolate Labrador. I grew up in a slightly religious Christian household. Like many people, I was 'born' into this. I do not follow the religion nor do I consider myself Christian, but I respect others' religious choices and lifestyles. I've experienced a lot of life in my young 36 years: I've worked in both corporate and small business arenas. I've worked in customer service, and a lot of my professional experience is in technology. I've been in love, had boyfriends cheat on me and leave me, I've left boyfriends as well. I've lived in condos and apartments and currently own my home. I've dealt with people I thought were friends betraying me, and I've also had to deal with familial drama that I have distanced myself from. I've traveled out of the USA and enjoy learning about other cultures and RESPECTING those cultures. I've experienced coworkers being jealous of me, and coworkers trying to throw me under the bus. I've experienced a lot in my young time here on Earth. Currently, I am a spiritual worker, what some people would call a witch. I work with and in various magickal paths. Hermeticism, Goetia, Rootwork/Conjure, are my 'favorite' paths.
I am an intuitive tarot card reader, and I enjoy all things tarot and metaphysical. For over 25 years I’ve read, studied, and worked with various books, tools, and frameworks that have helped me to better understand and gain insight on the world around me, as well as the unseen spiritual world. Tarot is my favorite tool to employ when I need insight into a situation. While I have been into 'this stuff' for years, I never used tarot until about 5 years ago, when I began LIVING a spiritual/magickal/occult life in 2014. I bought my first deck in 2014 (the original Rider-Waite Smith) and began reading for myself and then others. My studying various systems of magick and spirituality helps to enhance my readings. My practice has evolved as I evolve. I also continuously read and study about tarot, taking in new ideas. One does not simply learn tarot once, its a life long relationship.
I have come to find that I have a bit of [removed] I just 'know' things, and can sometimes feel another person's energy, even if they are miles away. As I grew older, I learned to trust what I 'just know', which has helped me to better navigate life. I trust my 'knowing' and intuition when I get quick glimpses of information. When I ignore the messages from spirit due to being wrapped up in being busy, I usually regret that I didn't stop and heed the message. While I have a gift, I'm also a normal person that can sometimes get caught up in life.
Many tarot decks used today are 78 card decks, with each card having images and symbols that reference widely agreed upon paradigms. Many people think, or assume that because most decks were created based on a “standard” set of meanings, that every tarot reader will provide a client with the same “standard” meaning of a card. With this in mind, I can understand why some people wouldn’t want to take a chance with a reading. What would be the point of a cookie cutter, one size fits all tarot reading? This kind of approach to reading tarot does not and will not provide a client with a meaningful and detailed reading for them.
I do not read tarot, nor interpret a reading in this way.
When I perform a tarot reading, no matter if its for a client or myself, the process tends to go a little like this:
First: I set up my working space and get into the correct frame of mind: this can include anything from using my favorite incense and lighting a candle or, to taking a few moments to choose the best deck in which to receive messages. THIS is important to me.
Sometimes I use spreads, sometimes I don't. Sometimes I just lay a few cards and go from there.
Second: If I decided to use a spread, I choose a spread that will facilitate tarot to yield the best insight. All spreads are not created equal, and card locations within a spread matter. Again, if I don't use a spread, I will simply lay out some cards and work from there.
Third: I shuffle the cards while thinking of or speaking the question, and when it feels right, I lay out the cards. I do not begin providing answers; I pause to deeply take in all that is presented to me. I take note of: major cards, minor cards, numerological aspects of the cards, images on the cards, tarot suits and their corresponding/opposing elements, court cards and the directions they face, reversed cards if any, and so much more, in addition to ‘base’ card meanings. I interpret and analyze a great deal of information. Add a layer of intuitive insight into the mix, and a great reading is on its way.
When I feel that I have garnered all that I need to know, only then is when I provide myself/the client with the guidance sought as it relates to the question, with confidence.
Life. I have experienced life.
30 minute phone reading (as many questions as time allow, no spreads): $52 USD
1 hour phone reading (as many questions as time allows, no spreads) : $100 USD
One question email reading (no spreads) $16 USD
-Celtic Cross: $42 USD
-One Year/12 Month Ahead Outlook: $90 USD
-Romani Spread: $75 USD
10% off of any spread or phone reading valued over $16 for first time clients. This is only for first time clients. Can only be used once per new client.
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