What is a Tarot Reading?

The Tarot is a symbolic map of consciousness that encompasses our journey through life, both spiritually and practically. Tarot reading is the practice of divining wisdom and guidance through a specific spread (or layout) of Tarot cards. The cards are meant to provide insight into the innermost truths of your higher self. In other words, the cards provide an evolved awareness of what you already know deep within.

Ancient Celtic Reading Plus Three Questions

A traditional 10-card spread focused on where you are in life. It gives a direct answer to one main question or speaks to the broader scope of your life and where it is headed, to give you a complete picture of your life in terms of your question. It will tell you where it is going and what will happen in the outcome of the issues that are at question. With three additional questions, you can delve deeper into concerning topics or how this information will influence or impact other plans you may have.


Ancient Celtic Spread

Traditional 10-card spread gives a direct answer to one main question or speaks to the broader scope of your life and where it is headed. While the spread will look at various aspects of your life to arrive at answers. While often helpful as a general overview, its real power is found when it focuses on a situation and what the implications are on your whole life.


Three Card Reading

This is a snapshot look at your past, where you presently are, where you’re headed in life, it covers one subject of your choosing. Love, money, or career, it is best suited for yes or no, stay or go, run toward or away questions in which you need directions on how to handle a situation, including detail on why.


Plain Reading

Yes or no? If you’re not someone who needs an in-depth answer as to why, or you already feel you know why, a plain reading answers the question without any deeper explanation.  Is it yes because it leads to something better? Is it no because something better is already on the way? A plain reading won’t explain that but will tell you which way to go.