I take my work seriously and treat it with the utmost integrity and respect. As a member of the AM Lodge in Los Angeles, I uphold it's dedication and promise to be nothing less than a "Propagator of Truth, Conduit of Light, Seeker of Wisdom, and Vessel for Spirit".
I have a no nonsense approach that is honest and straightforward; I tell you what you need to know so that you can make the best decision for you.
I am devoted to providing my clients clear guidance without the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster drama complete with ominous music and The Death card. Tarot is not a "dog and pony show", and should not be treated as such.
If you’re just looking for someone to tell you it’s going to be all rainbows and unicorns regardless of what the cards reveal, I’m not the reader for you. Sugar coating or dancing around the insights provided by the cards is not my style.
I give you the insight needed to make the decisions that are right for you, and have full confidence in yourself while doing it!
Contrary to popular belief, what the cards reveal is not written in stone. Just like nature, tarot insight is fluid and changes with your intentions, decisions and actions. We are ever growing and evolving, so naturally, what’s in the cards can grow, evolve or wither away too.
My readings start out by focusing on the most pressing current atmosphere and circumstances in your life right now, exploring possible pathways and outcomes, and the necessary actions needed to navigate the path that is for your highest and best interest.
Unlike most readers, I ask that you hold your questions in the beginning as it is my experience that what you need to know most or where you’re energy should be focused tends to come through first.
More often than not, what comes through in the general outlook is exactly what the person intended to ask and I’m met with a look of astonishment on the client’s face. I mean, how can someone answer questions that weren’t even asked? This also goes hand-in-hand with my experience that the less I know beforehand, the more clear the message and easier it is for me to interpret the cards.
The number one question I get is "when will I...(Fill in the blank)?"
Timing questions need to be looked at beyond “when will I...” “When will you” depends on just that, YOU.
Does that mean that timing can’t be looked at? No, we can absolutely look at timing in the appropriate context. It’s all in how a question is asked, and we can explore timing based on where you are at this moment in time, and the possible/probable timing based on various decisions and actions that are in front of you to take.
Framed in the right context, my timing method can narrow it down to the year, month, week and even number of days!