Code of Ethics /Tarot and Myself

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Code of Ethics

  

o It is with great honor and respect that I welcome people from all spiritual paths, ethnic heritages and cultures, regardless of sexual preference or personal background. I come from a place of non-judgement, compassion and sensitivity during every reading

o I strive to hold space for the creation of conscious choice and free will for the client. Along with bringing the client empowerment, guidance and direction in their reading

o I believe in free will; that we are in control of our future with the daily decisions we make.  Future is not static or unchangeable. You make choices and decisions each moment of your life, whether you are conscious of them or not.

o The client’s religious perspective will be held in the utmost respect, and any readings will reflect my clients’ personal religious preference if requested

o I strive for my clients to leave the reading feeling empowered, able to make practical and life-affirming decisions

o Tarot readings will not act as a substitute for other professional help or advice; medical, financial or legal assistance. 

o The client is responsible for their own behavior. Any decision you make, or actions you take because of your readings are entirely your own responsibility

o To protect the privacy of others, I will not read on a third party (i.e. “Does Rick really love Betsy?”). Where possible, I will re-phrase the question to focus the reading on what is directly related to you

o I will not attempt to predict winning lottery numbers or interpret any reading to represent death or illness

o I respect my clients’ right to refuse or terminate a reading at any time, regardless of prior consent

o I reserve the right to refuse any reading not adhering to my code of ethics

Defining Myself as a Tarot Reader

  

I am an intuitive Tarot reader, not predictive, I like to be within the magic of what the cards are creating. I ask open ended questions, along with follow up questions. I relish in creating custom spreads for the client. I convey a type of coaching and empowerment to the client while reading the cards. I engage in conversation and ask what it is they might be seeing in the card, and how that makes them feel, or possibly what this brings up for them, or even let’s down for them.  I want the client to take with them the wisdom of direction, power, understanding and even a mantra from the cards. I incorporate Reiki, crystals, nature, sacred geometry and so much more into my readings.  Lighting a candle, an incense and hold space for the client, myself and Spirit permits a much higher vibrational connection.

After my sacred space is created I then call my soul and energy fragments back to myself and send away anything else, ground my energies into the earth plane on all levels and dimensions, cut any negative cords. I cleanse my intuitive channels, as well as, my healing, transitional and energetic channels. I call upon Spirit and guides, my higher-self and ask to remove any ego during the session. I ask for all my “clairs” to be open and to receive the information for all those involved be for their best and highest good. 

I will see myself walking into my channel of Divine light, I take a deep breath, then proceed with the client. I set an intention to fully connect with the cards and the client, to be non-judgmental, and bring the highest vibration and awareness I can to the client and the cards.

Defining Tarot and How It Works

  

A Tarot deck is made up of 78 cards, 22 Major Arcana; representing archetypal symbols of the human journey, Carl Jung named this the “process of individuation” (a process of becoming aware of oneself, of one’s make-up, and the way to discover one’s true, inner self). Also, 56 Minor Arcana which are divided into four suits: wands, cups, swords and pentacles, from the Ace to Ten along with four Court Cards; Page, Knight, Queen and King. Many esoteric traditions have correspondences that are represented in the imagery of the cards, along with, astrology, myths, medieval, Kabbalistic, Egyptian, Buddhist, Hindu, Sufi, Hebrew and Christian. In the readings the Major Arcana show up for major life-changing events having lasting influence. These cards show the structure of human consciousness, bringing the momentous teachings to life lessons. The Minor Arcana show up for the day to day events or situations. The court cards of the suits reflect people, personality traits, environment influences, relating to spirituality or supportive relationships. Tarot helps to unlock the subconscious mind which allows feelings and thoughts to show up in your conscious awareness. Each card expresses a different feature of the Tarot and the workings of it, these cards are speaking to the experience you are having in the moment. The client will ask the questions and intuitively and with intention the cards will be shuffled to best answer and give guidance to the client. The cards can be placed in a spread, a read-as-you-go system, or pulled from the pile. Each position of the card in the spread represents an answer, direction, guidance of a situation, or circumstance. The client and the reader then have a conversation about the cards and their interpretations.

Tarot is a snapshot at the time of the reading, the cards tune into your energy, giving you a picture of unseen influences, patterns of behavior, obstacles and strengths. Tarot will synergistically connect with the client’s question, revealing important steps and guidance to take in order to achieve their goals. Tarot allows you to recognize and change unseen patterns in our lives, to attain better outcomes and self-improvement.  You can find answers to deeper questions you may not have been aware of and obtain spiritual guidance to help you along your path. Tarot empowers you to get “unstuck” and create a more substantial and fulfilling life. The Tarot cards are used as tools for personal growth, expansion, teaching, forecasting, writing, meditation and so much more.