My Tarot Philosophy

I see myself as a guide, the Tarot is the map and the cards are the signposts. I can show you where you have come from, where you are and where you appear to be headed. My aim as a reader is to empower you by tapping into the wisdom of the Tarot so that you can take control of your destiny.

Information gained in a reading enables the seeker to take a close look at their situation and potential outlook. From there it is possible to determine the best course of action, especially when there is a desire to avert a potentially undesired outcome.

I always prefer that a client uses my services because they want to. Although I have managed to convert some sceptics through my readings I generally find it hard to work under those conditions. To request a reading with a sceptical attitude is often both a waste of that persons time and mine as negative energies can block the reading. The best Tarot readings are those where the seeker is very open to the process and the wisdom the cards will provide.

Where possible, and especially with online readings, it is best to have a clear idea of the situation you wish to find clarity on, to know what it is you want to find out, the reasons why and to have an idea of what you hope to take away with you. This will help you formulate the most effective question.

The end of a reading does not mean the end of the process. I always recommend that the information gained in a reading is actually taken and worked with, this is especially the case if the outlook is not what you expected. Don’t just tuck it in your drawer and forget about it, stick with it a while and see what messages are there for you.

Tarot is a powerful tool. I gain a great sense of satisfaction from being able to help my clients through my readings. I also find the Tarot very valuable for my own spiritual development and personal growth as well as for creative inspiration.

Tarot is Knowledge. Knowledge is Power.

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