TIPS FOR getting the best out of your reading
Have an intention for your reading. Make an agenda and a list of questions. Know what you want to talk about. Why are you booking an appointment? Curiosity is an acceptable reason, of course. However, having a clear idea of what you want to discuss is far more powerful, and efficient.
I will ask you what precipitated the booking of your reading, and what topics you wish to cover. If you say "Oh, I just want to see what the cards say," I can roll with that. However, if you choose that route, you must be aware that the cards may go in a direction you do not expect. For example, years ago I read for a woman that opened our time together with that statement, and the only topic the cards focused on was her job. After 5 minutes, she became frustrated and said "Well I'm newly in love, and I really wanted the cards to talk about that." Had she been clear with her question and intention in the first place, we could have begun with relationship focus and utilized her time to maximum benefit. (Plus I'm pretty sure the cards steered her this way for a reason. Her career aspects looked strong and robust. Her new relationship's aspects? Not so much.)
Present your questions in succinct, brief, clear terms. Saying "I just want to see what you come up with" is, again, acceptable. However, you will get more for your money, and get more of your priority items addressed if you say something to the effect of "I'd like to see what direction my career is headed," or "I'd like to see what the cards have to say about my relationship with my husband."
I will always endeavor to avoid asking leading questions. However as we go along, I will ask several times if your reading is making sense for you. This is my way of ensuring we are on the same page, and utilizing your time as you wish. This is your opportunity to let me know what questions you may have, and verbalize any direction shifts you would like to take.
If you are aware that you want a more psychological/therapeutic style of reading (less questions, and more in-depth analysis), please notify me. If you have multiple questions and are looking for more of a "Just the Facts" kind of delivery, again, let me know.
I strive for transparency with all of my clients. No smoke and mirrors, no parlor tricks. You have the right to ask questions about how I am deciphering the current information within our allotted reading time. You also have the right to ask for more clarification should something be unclear. It is your time, you paid for it, and you have the right to understand what is going on. However, please try not to spend too much time asking questions about my process so that our time is properly focused on your reading, and so that my focus doesn’t dissipate.