Tarot for the 21st Century!
I became a diviner as a result of years of powerful precognitive and insightful healing dreams as a child. As I grew up, they became proof to me that guidance and assistance are available to us if only we ask. I have been an active diviner with the I Ching, Tarot and playing cards, and channeling for over 10 years.
When I do readings with people, I encourage a high level of interaction. Often one question leads to insight which stimulates further questions. Most situations are more complex and ripe with possibility than we ever know. For that reason, while we may estimate the length or depth of the reading, a session may require more or less time than initially planned.
Things to consider before receiving a reading:
1. What knowledge do you want to walk away from the reading with?
2. Are you merely curious about something or is there a burning issue you are carrying around in your mind?
3. How ready are you to take responsibility for what is discovered and discussed in the reading?
I consider it an honor to be of help to others. My goal is to empower you with understanding of your self and your situation, knowledge of trends to come, and the power of choice and positive response to life.
I am bilingual in French and English. Readings can be conducted over the phone / chat / video chat and Skype.
Especially when doing a Grand Tableau that is general in nature, locating the Rider can warn you of transportation issues:
Lost something of value to you or a client? Got your cards handy? Here is a great and helpful spread to use when you are looking for a lost item:
If you are at all interested in the I-Ching, but would like to explore it through the cards, I highly recommend this deck. For a picture and more about the deck, read here: http://johnalancartomancy.weebly.com/5/post/2013/01/i-ching-tarot-by-cheung-kwong-yin.html
For anyone who reads with playing cards, here is a real snazzy deck that is an historical reproduction. I have found that people love the "bling"! For card samples and my review, see: