Have you ever wondered if you're in the “right” place in your life?
Recently, I've had a pattern of conversations with clients who are worried they might be choosing the wrong path in life.
They aren't in trouble. Nothing is going wrong.
But they can't help but wonder...is the grass greener somewhere else?
"What if I made a big mistake and was supposed to make different choices somewhere along the way - and now I'm missing out on this other life I could be living?"
I've been there. I think a lot of us have.
Because that’s the world we live in, where expectations and ambition reign. The message so many of live under is that we all need to “be” something by a certain age.
And that makes us only too aware of the passing of time, and takes away our ability to just enjoy our lives.
And of course, this pressure might never actually leave. If you let it control you, it can follow you throughout your life, leaving you always...
When I sit down with a client for a reading, I ask them if there's anything they want to focus on today.
“I have a question," they often say, "but I’m not sure I am supposed to say it out loud.”
There are so many strange little superstitions and misconceptions around tarot readings, and unfortunately, they can really impact the quality of your reading, and the messages you receive.
One of the muddiest areas is about what kind of questions to bring to a tarot reading. I’ve had some clients express complete surprise when I’ve asked if they would like to focus their reading on a question or a topic: “Oh! I didn’t know I was allowed to ask anything.”
Of course you can ask questions - and say them out loud.
How else is your reader going to know what you're wondering about?
Sure, some tarot readers like to read "cold," figuring out your question on their own. But many, including myself, want to know your question off the top to get...