I have been giving readings on a professional level for a number of years. With so many years of experience and practice I now can use many different tarot decks and oracle cards.
I found that each deck carries a different energy some give more of a gentle approach others give more of a direct approach. I found this has been beneficial for my clients as we all have different ways we like to receive the messages. I class my cards as my family and they have been a great source of information and support for me and the clients I have read for.
I also have and still do a lot of workshops and home study, I like to keep my readings fresh and keep on improving my abilities and the connection with my cards. I found over the years, the questions you do ask the cards, can make a big difference and give you more clarity towards your situation when you word it correctly. There’s always something to learn and it’s always good to explore.
What do you like most about giving readings to clients?
I love to help guide people find their inner strengths and work on their weakness. Help them follow their path and their heart. Life can be cruel at times and confusing. I feel that having a reading helps them see what is ahead and how to work it to their advantage at times so they can feel more empowered and take the steps to overcome any struggles.
How would you say you are typical of your star sign?
As a Gemini I like to socialize and be everyone’s friend. I love to communicate and can fit into most surroundings. I love to learn and I have good listening skills, always open to ideas and love to hear others views. I can be very direct and blunt but I see that as a positive as I won’t hold back though I have to say I won’t go out to intentionally hurt anyone. I am loyal and love to see the best in people. I can over think things too much and can be a sensitive soul but feel that comes with my ability to pick up emotions. I have a very spontaneous nature which is a good thing but can be a bad trait to have too.
When do you remember being first aware of your gift?
I did have experiences a as child, though at times I did not fully understand the nature of it. By sixteen I became more curious and was given rune stones and then pack of tarot cards. It was only later in my late twenty’s that I started learning what each cards means and I would practice with friends. As my children grew up and went to school I took courses and workshops and studied the cards more. I also went into a circle. I've done a lot of self-development and healing of myself in the last 5 years, which has help me connect more and give me more understanding what I can offer as a reader
What is your most memorable experience with a client?
Every reading should be a memorable experience. That is what makes it so special, and unique. When a client comes to us they’re opening up their feelings, there worries that in itself takes lot courage
What other experiences or qualifications do you have that you feel compliment your work as a reader?
I have done a lot of courses along the way, not just spiritually. This has helped me understand my weaknesses and strengths within. Not saying I know it all but I have had many heart-breaking experiences and challenges that I had to face and overcome. I also work as a volunteer with victim support giving emotional support as well as finding information on 3rd parties who can help support the client move forward. I also have worked alongside additional needs adults and support them with
What is the most important thing for a person to consider when they decide to have a psychic reading?
Think about what you want from the reading. What is your need at this time? Be prepared for the unexpected. Write the questions you want to ask. Start with two main ones others can come in to it at a later date. Sometimes holding back too much can affect the reading just as much as being too open, find a middle ground. Have a notebook and pen with you so you can write down the key points of the reading. It might not make sense at the time. So writing things down that you're not sure of is a good way to look back on what was said. Remember to date it.