(I suspect I just dated myself. What is the new-century equivalent? Punked?)
The good news--and there is only good news--is this: There is a distinct lack of shrubbery near my door.
There won't be awkward surprises of any sort.
I am genuinely glad to see my clients. When they arrive, I welcome them into my sitting room, where I offer them a space on one of my comfortable loveseats. Once they are seated, I offer a cup of tea from my (admittedly large) selection. If they accept, then I invite them to come fully into the room while I gather hot water and various sweeteners.
Once my client's tea and mine are steaming beside us, I say a brief and silent prayer, and then I ask my client what they would like to focus on first.
I encourage my clients to come to the reading with a list of questions they would like to address during our session. It may helpful to put the questions in the order in which we should address them. That will make the list easier to navigate, by means of not having to search the questions to see what is next.
Ask me anything. When you are my client, my first priority is giving you the tools and information that you need to make decisions that will help you go where you want to go. I have answered questions about pets, health, weather...oh, the list goes on. I am committed to telling you what I can discern, in a compassionate and nurturing manner.
A reading is your time, during which I address what concerns you bring in with you. It is intimate and intense; joyful and affirming.
While my immediate goal is to answer the questions that the client presents, my larger concern is creating a framework within which the client can utilize new information for self-empowerment and more thorough planning and self-care. You will emerge feeling hopeful, refreshed, and renewed.
I stand ready to help. Are you ready to explore the mysteries?
Come now. All are welcome at my table.
Light to you,