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Oracle Cards& 
Tea Leaf Reading

How can other types of readings assist you?

While these readings can be very similar, they are also profoundly different. Oracle cards and tea leaf readings offer a more detailed view of specific situations, while the pendulum give a straightforward response.

If you opt for an oracle reading, spreads can be single or multiple cards and can give a picture of a situation, a month, or even a year of events.  Oracle decks and tea leaf readings provide guidance that ebbs and flows over time as a result of decisions you make. This can be especially beneficial if you are interested in what may be coming in the future, what areas you need to work on currently or are just feeling a little "lost" and could use some help redirecting your energies. I encourage clients to opt for this as opposed to other readings if they are feeling open to possibilities of change!


Pendulum Readings

Pendulum readings tend to be more helpful in making a choice between two or more selections, finding direction (literally and sometimes figuratively!), and can be used to work with specific situations that require a more immediate outcome. I suggest the pendulum for those who are struggling to make a decision or when guidance needs to be very blunt and to-the-point! 


As you can see, the choices are endless.... but you will always get the answers that are in your best interest – the ones that the Divine wants you to know right now!

I offer both distance and in-person sessions.


All classes are strictly for spiritual education and informational purposes.  Please consult with a mental health professional or medical doctors for any serious medical or mental health issues.  


Once our time in your records has come to an end, I will exit your records closing all connections. If there is anything that I can add to the session, I will do so at that point. Akashic readings can be done via distance since there is no requirement to be present during your session.

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