Saturday, June 3, 2017

Road Map to Wellness: Using tarot and Clairvoyance to heal





Clients often tell me that I am very pragmatic when doing their readings. Getting to the heart of the matter as fast as I can so that the individual can get on to being more capable of moving through their life is an ongoing goal. Providing a roadmap  of sorts allows them to make decisions based on clear and concise information. Choices they have made throughout their life either create a balanced sense of being or one of chaos and loss.

The way that I start the process is to use tarot cards something that I find usually relaxes the client as they have something tangible to look at while I am going through their life.  I will shuffle the cards then tell them when the time is right that they just say their first name. Once that happens I stop the shuffle and lay them out. When I am finished doing the lay I tell them all they can say at this point is yes, or no nothing else.  In doing this they can see if I am indeed where I need to be to talk about their situation, or if I am not the one to do their reading.  If I have made a successful entry then I discuss what I see and the client then can either talk about what is there on the table or go on to their first question.

From there I take them through areas of their life that are working, what is not, what they need to get rid of and what they would do well to draw near.  For each individual the process is different in that they get to decide where the read is taken.  Once that is done then I use my clairvoyance to help them go deeper into getting the answers that they need.

A large part of my work is helping the client decide if a relationship either personal or social should continue. When there is a personal relationship in question I often use this method of showing them how an individual is draining their emotional and sometimes physical energy.  Think of a regular ladder with 12 rungs.  Each step implies how far the client has progressed in life.  For example if they have made mainly good choices, they are stable in their life and are mostly happy they can be anywhere from level 5-8 on that ladder.  If not then they are much lower or sometimes not even near the ladder.

Being emotionally and physically well does not always suggest that the client will chose well with a partner.  Many times what they end up finding someone who is not at their same level, but because they see so much potential in them they push for a good outcome.  As the relationship develops they will find that their initial expectations are not met. Consistently expecting different outcome only forces frustration and a sense of moral defeat till they become emotionally or physically ill.

At this point I show them how they can unemotionally evaluate their future decision to either stay in the relationship or leave it in the past.  I tell them that they consist of 3 essential elements mind, body and soul or consciousness depending on their choice of awareness.  The process goes as follows I have them think about their object of affection and I ask them when you think on them does your mind immediately flood with positive images and ways to help that continue, or does it wander off to something else?  Your body when you are with that person do you feel physically rejuvenated, or drained.  And lastly, when you are with this person do they leave you with a sense of being able to create and expand your potential, or do they leave you with a sense of self doubt and failure.

Each one of these elements is dependant on the other.  If your mind is weary you will start to become unable to focus on things which require you to concentrate.  Continuing stress will lead to headaches and if left untended will then start to affect the body. The more distractions and loss of self continue the greater the push away from soul center, or creative consciousness.  It is imperative that the client make an honest assessment of their life as it stands in order to achieve the peace of mind they desire.

My approach to aiding the client is very eastern in development.  I have found that it is better to get to the core of the matter than to simply put a bandaid on it and hope it will get healed.  I know from personal experience that to push away the hurt and do things to just simply make the life noise quit only makes it silent for a while.  Facing the fear is difficult at best, but the end result means you get to regain parts of yourself that will aid in your future well being.




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