Here's a reading I did for myself :-)

I figured that it would make perfect sense to do a card reading about my own potential future with the online card-reading service that I would like to work for.

I asked what it would take to be successful as a reader for that service, and I drew three cards from the Transparent Tarot deck and overlaid them on one another.

I got the Magician, Justice, and the King of Wands.

I frequently get the Magician when asking questions of this nature, and it doesn't seem to matter which deck I use. Heck, it doesn't matter WHOSE deck it is, as my friend and fellow-reader drew the Magician from HIS deck when I asked something related to applying to work for this online service. The Magician is a Huge Reminder that I have all the resources I need to embark on this project. The King of Wands, meanwhile, tells me that it's time to manifest what's inside me and in my thoughts, and turn it into concrete action. (When the cards are overlaid, he and his Wand, sighifying action, are superimposed on the white Dragon that signifies subconscious, non-physical, thought, etc that is on the Magician card. Meanwhile, the Justice card, laid atop both of these, tells me that it'll be a balancing act to manage working as a card-reader. I knew that already. But I did tell my spouse, who's not over-fond of the idea of Tarot, that I've interviewed to read cards by phone, and he took it well. So as long as I don't give him a tin ear talking about the subject, I think all can work out well on that score.

Interestingly, the gold and silver scales are overlaid on what I would call their opposite counterparts on the Magician card. The Magician card in this deck shows a red and a white dragon intertwined: shades of the vision that proved Merlin to be a powerful Mage. Red can be interpreted as representing the physical, male, active, conscious, external aspects of a situation, while white can be interpreted as the spiritual, female, thought, subconscious, internal. aspects of the question. The scales of the Justice card are silver (female, subconscious, etc) and gold (male, conscious, etc). The way the card is drawn, the silver scale is superimposed on the red dragon, and the gold one is superimposed on the white dragon. It's a reminder to me that, like the yin/yang, everything contains aspects of both male and female, conscious and subconscious, physical and spiritual, action and thought, and so on. Like I said, this job will be a balancing act, and not just in the "work life vs. home life" aspect. The work itself will be a balancing act as I try to perceive accurate interpretations for each person related to the questions they ask. If I help THEM find the right balance between the the above counterparts, then I'll be doing the job correctly.


Score one for listening to the "Little Voice"! :-)

I was waiting for a phone interviewer to call me this afternoon. What I *thought* was the appointed time came and went, with over two hours to spare. Finally, something told me to email the individual who I was expecting to call me.

Turns out that she never received my original confirmation email with the date and time of the appointment. I chalk it up to an overzealous spam filter or just flat-out missing the note amongst heavy traffic in her inbox, as I know I sent the confirmation. Darn Computer Gremlins; they always show up at the most inopportune times.

But had I not listened to my instincts and emailed her again today, she would have thought I blew off the interview request, and I would have been left wondering why no one got back to me.

So I say, again, trust your "little voice". God gave us our gut instincts for a reason.

That interview is actually for a possible job reading Tarot by phone. I've now got a brand new shiny appointment time for tomorrow afternoon. Wish me luck. :-)


Today's Featured Reading

Q. I love this man very much, but I feel as if he might be dishonest about wanting to be with me. Am I right to trust my gut feeling?

A. My ultra-short response is, "ALWAYS listen to your gut feeling." God gave us our instincts for a reason. I have lived to regret every time that I've blown off that little warning voice because it was telling me something I didn't want to hear.

I also drew a card. The 10 of Cups indicates fulfillment at home, with family, and in particular in the emotions. It's one of the cards in the deck I've nicknamed a "Happily Ever After card". So that's the good news.

However, that can never come to pass with someone who is dishonest with you. It can happen with someone who is as sincerely committed to making a relationship work as you are. So do listen closely to your gut instincts, and talk to some people whose input you value and respect, and who you can expect to be honest with you even if it's something you'd prefer not to hear. Then take whatever action you need, up to and including starting fresh with a different person in a relationship, to ensure that you are paving the way for the fulfillment and joy the Ten of Cups has to offer.

The lesson here? Listen, listen, listen to your instincts! Especially when it regards to people's honesty and trustworthiness.

Good luck and God Bless!


Today's Featured Reading

Q. What is coming up for me regarding relationships?

A. The card I drew is the Emperor. This card can represent the ultimate Patriarch (Father Figure), someone who is well-established in the world and is looked up to by all. He is represented, in the deck I am using, by the proverbial City on a Hill, that cannot be hidden and is very clearly Right There for the world to see in all its glory.

Be like the City on a Hill, and put your best foot forward at all times. Never be afraid to project your true nature to the world. THAT is how you will make yourself easier to find, for a person who is a good match for you.

If you take on the aspects of the Emperor, and allow Who You Truly Are to shine through, you will reap the benefits of the Emperor's success, reliability, and share in the respect he receives from all others.

Good luck and God bless!


Today's Featured Reading

Q. Will I ever find a job that is rewarding?

A. The Tarot card I drew is the Five of Swords. Swords correspond to the suit of Spades in modern card decks.

The 5 of Swords depicts a man standing on a battlefield; he's the only one left standing tall and he has collected all the swords that belonged to his enemies. He is holding his own sword up in victory.

You are far from alone in job frustration. Many people are going through job turmoil at the moment. In your case, I am seeing that if you persist, you will be standing tall on the battlefield in victory, too, when all is said and done.

However, standing in victory does require some preparation. The victor in the 5 of Swords image didn't just have his win handed to him. He TRAINED for it and EARNED it. That's something you might want to look into, as well, if you haven't done so already: training to work in a field that you will enjoy. If you already completed the training, or are going through the training now, then this card is acknowledging that you're on the right path. If not, then look into what it'll take to get the training that you need for the fulfilling career you want.

But the victor didn't merely get training in how to swordfight, in order to win. He actually had to fight the battle in order to win it. "Fighting the battle", in this case, is the legwork needed to land the job you're looking for: sending the resumes, seeking out people in the field you want to work in and getting to know them, looking into some kind of internship or apprenticeship if necessary to get your foot in the door. That's the how to navigate the "battlefield" that is today's job market.

So there you have it -- prepare yourself with education and with doing the legwork for the kind of job you REALLY want, and you will also be preparing for the day when you, too, stand victorious on the battlefield.

Here's an example of a reading that illustrates how the future is not engraved in stone. The person asking the question has the possibility of success, yes, but it won't just fall into their lap. First they have to do their part, and *then* they will realize their potential with success.

So even if your reading points to achieving your goals, it's not time to sit on your hands. It's time to do whatever it takes to reach those goals. THEN, and only then, will you see that part of your reading come to pass. So get to it. Get that reading and then go after whatever you want to accomplish most! :-)

Good luck and God bless!


Tarot Readings via Google Wave are now available!

I have just set up a Google Wave account. If you would like a reading via Google Wave, let me know. Click my email link in the sidebar on the right, change the "[at]" to "@", and contact me via email for details.

Fees are the same as the ones posted in the sidebar. We simply have a new way to deliver the reading to you.

Technology rules. :-)


Today's Featured Reading

We have another "gleaned from the headlines" query here.

Q. I have been talking to a particular guy for some time now. What are his true intentions towards me? Will we spend time with each other again?

A. I did a 3-Card Draw, with the three positions in the spread defined as "Challenge, Energy, Outcome".

Challenge: King of Swords. The King of Swords is a respected, upstanding and righteous man, The appearance of him as a "challenge" tells me that the guy being asked about is not going to find it easy to make himself more available to the Seeker. It could be that he's not able to do so at this time, or, frankly, he might not be willing.

Energy: Ten of Pentacles. This is a card of prosperity, in a material sense. This would be a good sort of energy to have -- it tells me that whatever challenges the Seeker and The Guy are facing to their getting together, monetary matters won't be an obstacle. (In this economy, that's a very positive thing to be able to say.)

Outcome: Nine of Wands. This card depicts one lone soldier, who is battered and bruised, but still defending his territory valiantly. My nickname for it is the "Takes a licking and keeps on ticking" card. Chances are that the Seeker is going to experience some emotional bruising, in disappointment because the King of Swords might well NOT go back to interacting as regularly with the Seeker as he did before.

However disappointing this outcome2 might be in the short term, if the Seeker will be better matched with someone else, then parting company with the King of Swords will be a positive thing in the long run. This tenuous relationship will have to become a thing of the past, in order to free the Seeker to meet the right person.


What to AVOID when you want a reading

Today's article is about a topic that makes me genuinely angry. It's the fact that some people will prey on others' fears by running psychic/Tarot reading "scams".

If you ever go into a shop for a psychic, Tarot, palmistry, etc. reading, and the proprietor starts telling you that you have a curse on you, forces of darkness have attached to you, etc., PLEASE make that your cue to politely pay what's owed for that one session and make an exit from their shop. Do not listen to all these ominous, dire things, because they are UNTRUE. The so-called "reader" is feeling you out to see if they can scam you out of more and more money to remove this alleged "curse", "darkness", or whatever nonsense they're spouting. They'll keep right on needing more and more money to remove bigger and worse "evil" from your life, for as long as you are willing to pay them. DO NOT FALL FOR IT. Please!

Do visit THIS SITE to see how some of these scammers work.

You will see that in my Code of Ethics, I specifically mention in Item 8 that all fees are stated up-front and that a reading will never be used as a way to extract additional money for anything else, including additional readings. I said it, I mean it, I stand by it. The entire reason WHY that item is in my Code of Ethics is to distance myself and this site as far as possible from the charlatans who prey on vulnerable people.

Let me assure you, there is NO "curse" on you, and there is no force of "darkness" or "evil" attached to you. If you are experiencing a rough time at the moment, it's something that we all go through at different times in our lives. Ups and downs are a part of life. You can get through the rough time WITHOUT throwing money after money at someone who needs more, more, and more payments to remove the "curse", "evil", and/or "darkness".

Tarot is a tool for insight, NOT a tool for scaring peoploe or prying money out of people's wallets. If you see someone behaving otherwise, walk away. They don't have your best interests at heart.


Today's Featured Reading

Sometimes, just to keep in practice, I will "read" for questions I see in advice columns. The person who asked the question won't see my answer, but if their question is in the newspaper or online for the whole world to see, I don't feel like it's invading anyone's privacy to do a reading on it.

Today's question would fit the above description.

My partner and I live in different cities. (The cities in quuestion are a 2-hour airplane flight apart.) I want to know if marriage and family are in our future, and who is moving where?

I did a three-card draw, with the three positions in the spread representng "Challenge, Energy, Outcome". The cards that came up are The Sun, reversed, 2 of Wands, reversed, and King of Cups.

Challenge: The proverbial light of the Sun is obscured by clouds. Instead of liberation and attainment, what we have are obstacles and a lack of success. The Sun, reversed is quite a challenge to overcome indeed.

Energy: I see actions going in divergent directions. Far from helping the Seeker meet the challenge in the first card, this seems to show the two partners in the relationship working at cross purposes or just moving in two unrelated directions. My gut instinct, on seeing this card, was that neither of them was going to be moving to take up residence with the other. Instead, when the moment of commitment arrived, one or the other, or both of them, would have strong enough second thoughts about uprooting that the deal (so to speak) would fall through.

Which, though it would surely cause a disappointment to them both, would NOT be a bad thing if they are simply not meant to be together. Which, judging from the next card, could well be the case.

Outcome: This card corresponds to the King of Hearts in the modern playing card deck. The King of Cups suggests to me that the Seeker will find a very worthy new partner closer to home.


Always trust your gut instinct -- it's there for a reason

Did you ever describe your actions to someone in this way:

"I wasn't originally going to try [x], but then something told me I should, and it turns out I liked it!"

"Something told me to go back and double-check whether the door was locked, and sure enough, it wasn't. So I locked it."

"Something told me to avoid taking that shortcut today, so I went another route. Turns out there was a huge traffic jam on the road I usually use. Good thing I went a different way."

Notice a theme here? The "something told me" part? That's what I want to focus on today. My personal nickname for that Something is "the little voice", and I assure you that I have never failed to regret ignoring it.

Sometimes that "little voice" warns us when our subconscious is picking up on nonverbal cues that our conscious mind is missing. For example, we could be waiting for an elevator, but when it arrives, there's just one person in it and we feel a strong reluctance to get into the elevator and be alone with that individual. Any time a situation, a person, a place, etc. makes you feel concerned for your safety, listen to your instinct.

Sometimes, the Little Voice can't be described as anything other than a premonition. Again, take it seriously. A friend of mine was driving home when a warning light illuminated on her dashboard. There wasn't anything else obviously wrong, but something told her to find a safe place to pull off the road. She did so, right before the car abruptly stopped working entirely. Had the car failed on the highway or on the bridge she used as part of her route home, there could have been a serious accident. Instead, everything turned out OK and no one was hurt.

So in short, pay attention to your instincts. God gave them to us for a reason. Treat them as the gift that they are, and use them well.


Today's Featured Reading

One of the things that any Tarot reader will notice straight away is that the vast majority of questions pertain to relationships or monetary matters. This is unsurprising, as both of those things are tremendously important in our lives.

Today's question falls into the former category.

Q. Does the object of my affection reciprocate my feelings?

A. The card I drew is the Five of Wands, reversed. It speaks of an end to competition and conflict. What I'm seeing is that someone who might have been competing for the attention/affection of said Object of Affection has receded into the background. This bodes well for you, as even if the Object of Affection was previously distracted by someone else, that distraction is removed.

The path is clear for you to step up and make your feelings known. Speak up, lest said Object of Affection be left wondering whether YOU reciprocate THEIR interest.

As you can see here, the key is to be proactive about creating the future that you want to see happen. Can we MAKE other people reciprocate our feelings for them? No. We can't make other people do anything, the same way other people can't MAKE us do things that go against our nature. But if we take NO action at all, that's exactly what we will get back... nothing. Taking the risk, and letting the Object of our Affection know where they stand with us, is worth it. The alternative is to wonder forever how things would have turned out if only we had spoken up. THAT, in my eyes, would be the biggest loss of all.

Good luck and God bless,



The Transparent Tarot Deck -- what a fascinating experience it is!

I recently purchased the Transparent Tarot, a deck which is printed on transparent sheets of plastic. Its images are designed so that a person can stack cards of a reading one atop the other and glean additional levels of meaning from a given reading.

Well, I've tried some "stack the cards atop one another" readings, and WOW. What a boost of insight comes from having a new way to interpret the cards! I keep thinking of the game referenced in Star Trek, 3-Dimensional Chess, because taking a 3-card reading and stacking the cards gives a 3-dimensional card spread.

I can tell that the mental workout I'll be receiving as I practice new reading techniques will serve me in good stead when I work with my more conventional paper decks.

What a fascinating learning experience this is turning out to be. :)


Today's Featured Reading

Time for another Featured Reading!

Q. Will he move in with me?

A. The card I drew for this question is The Moon. It speaks of hidden influences on the situation that we currently are unaware of. If he does move in, and I believe that the odds favor this happening, be very alert. There will be some aspects of your living under the same roof together that you might not have realized or considered ahead of time.

Your best bet is to proactively think about as many pros and cons to living under the same roof as you can. Weigh them and discuss the issue with people whose opinion and wisdom you respect. Then DECIDE whether or not having him move in with you is a good idea, whether it's a move that's best to postpone, or whether it should not happen at all. Remember, your needs are just as important as his needs in this situation, so if it benefits one of you but hurts the other one, it should be a no-go.

Hidden aspects of situations, as highlighted with this particular card, can be a mixed blessing. They could be pleasant surprises, or they could give us cause to remember the old saying, "Be careful of what you pray for, because it will come true."

It's OK for us not to know in advance every possible detail, overt and covert, of every last situation. Only God is omniscient. But it behooves us to go into important and/or life-altering events, like the one in this question, with our eyes open. We should make every attempt to learn as much as we can before we commit to anything, and we should also be honest with ourselves about what we find. That's the best way to work toward creating the present and future we want to see happen.

Good luck and God bless,



How did I become a Tarot reader?

When Geocities.com closed down its websites last month, my original webpage was lost in the process. I chose to re-establish my online presence with a blog. I want to provide my site's visitors with information and commentary. I have many things to say, and I wanted to have an easily-maintained, accessible forum in which to say them.

There are some questions that need to be answered for newcomers to this site, including "Who am I, and what qualifies me to offer Tarot readings in the first place?"

Who I am is a married lady who first encountered Tarot cards in 1978, when I was in high school. Two close friends of mine, who are sisters, purchased a Rider-Waite Tarot deck and learned to do readings. They, plus two other friends and I, were fascinated by the Tarot. The cards contained amazing artwork with levels upon levels of symbolism to learn. The process itself of learning Tarot interpretation was both interesting and challenging, and we gravitated toward it immediately. Even as rank beginners, we could see some genuinely on-target results and we were encouraged to continue.

I say "we" because the five of us were teaming up to interpret readings, even back when we only had the one deck. One or the other of the two sisters would shuffle the cards and lay them out in the Celtic Cross spread, and then all five of us would pore over the books (which my friends got at the same time they bought the deck) to interpret the cards' definitions, as well as their relation to the other cards in the reading. Bouncing ideas off each other the way we did really helped us ALL learn more quickly. Before long, the three of us who didn't own a Tarot deck went out and got decks, too. I know I got my deck, also a Rider-Waite deck, in March of 1978. We continued reading both as a team and individually. I gained a lot of experience and confidence in my reading, thanks to having lots of practice and feedback right from the beginning. From then until now, I've read for friends and family.

In 2004, I decided that it was time for me to do more with my reading, and I set up my first website; that original site eventually led to my creation of THIS website. I hope that I can both gain and help to provide insight via Tarot readings.


Today's Featured Reading

Here's our first mini-Question-and-Answer session, where I draw one card to respond to a given topic or question.

Q. I want an overall reading of immediate actions I should be taking in my life.

A. The card I drew is the Six of Pentacles, reversed. The seeker should manage their money wisely; they should avoid tossing it away on foolish enterprises.

Good luck and God bless,



How does Tarot reading "fit" into my life?

I realize that everyone who reads Tarot cards is approaching the process from their own perspective. That's as it should be. If you're not bringing your real self to the reading process, you've gotten off on the wrong foot from the very beginning.

However... there are some crucial things to keep in mind, whether you are a Tarot reader yourself, or whether you are a person who is in search of someone to perform a reading.

For one thing, no one -- Reader or Seeker (the reading recipient) -- should ever lose their perspective. Tarot Cards are a fascinating tool, but they do NOT hold power. The ability is in the people connected to the reading -- the Reader and the Seeker -- NOT in the cards. That's the same way that my eyeglasses are not the reason I can see, but they are the reason I can see more clearly. My EYES are where the ability to see lies, not the eyeglasses. If my eyes couldn't see, all the eyeglasses in the world wouldn't help.

Also -- and this is important -- no one should ever forget, for even one instant, just where our ability comes from. I, personally, am a Christian and I believe that all our abilities, as well as everything we are and everything we do, come from God. Other persons who practice other faiths might assign different names to our Maker. But no matter what name or gender we use to refer to the One who made us, the point I'm making is that we should never, ever place the cards ahead of our Creator. Cards are pieces of paper, and the moment we start to worship them instead of the One who made us is the moment we start going down the wrong path.

That's not the only way to start moving in the wrong direction, however. Another dangerous obstacle is the temptation for a Reader to start acting like THEY are the one who should be glorified or worshipped. Nope, sorry -- we're all just regular people, whether or not we happen to have studied Tarot cards or anything else. A Reader who behaves (or worse, believes) that they are above other people somehow is a Reader who's heading for a big fall and a harsh lesson to the contrary. A Seeker who places a Reader on a pedestal is in for a major disappointment at some point, when they find out that the Reader is just as human as they themselves are, instead of being some kind of superhero(ine).

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Fortune-telling bad. Insight good. Tarot is a tool for providing Insight.

When people encounter the concept of card reading for the first time, the first thing most of them want to ask is, "What's in my future?"

I don't blame them. I did the same thing, Back in the Day. Honestly, we ALL want to know what's going to happen to us, don't we? Will we get that job we want? Will we meet our soulmate? Will we get a letter of acceptance from the school we applied to?

OF COURSE we all want to know how important life events like this will turn out. We wouldn't be human if we didn't ponder that sort of question from time to time. Animals "live in the now", focused only on the present; they neither dwell on the past nor look ahead to the future. Only humans focus on past and future actions and events, and gee, wouldn't it be a tremendous load off our minds to KNOW how things will be, so we don't have to sit around wondering about it?

Fortune-tellers would have their clients believe that their readings can predict the future. But there's a tremendous flaw in that reasoning: the future IS NOT carved in stone. It depends on the foundation that we're laying for it right now, in the present. What we do today is what shapes the future.

So why even bother getting a Tarot reading, then, if it can't tell us what's going to happen? The answer is this: Tarot readings provide, not predictions of the future, but INSIGHT into how the past and present will impact what happens in the future. I equate Tarot to a tool like a compass, in that both of them can tell you what direction you're heading. If your compass tells you you're facing West, and the direction you need to go is Northeast, what will you do? You'll turn around, of course, until you're facing in the correct direction, and then you'll proceed. Because of the compass, you avoided having to backtrack and you got on the right road sooner rather than later.

Tarot readings function in the same way. If you have a Tarot reading on the topic of a relationship, and cards come up that indicate possible conflict or confrontation in the offing, that is NOT an immutable outcome! If, because you saw those cards, you make an extra effort to keep your temper in check and be more understanding when the other person presents their side of the story, perhaps what COULD have been an argument will instead be a constructive discussion. Because of the insight you gain from a reading, you can prepare yourself to act and react in a more positive way.

Fortune tellers DISEMPOWER their clients by behaving as though the clients have no choice but to react to the future that befalls them.. Competent Tarot readers EMPOWER their clients by showing them how they can proactively work toward building the future they want.

If you consult a Tarot Reader, demand empowerment and insight from them; if they can't or won't provide that, then they're merely a fortune-teller and not a Reader, and you will know to seek insight elsewhere. Be proactive in building your own future. Seek insight in all things, and you'll find yourself reaping the rewards of a future you've sown, instead of simply sitting and waiting to see if anything desirable sprouts up of its own accord.



Welcome to my new website! I have migrated to this site thanks to the closure of geocities.com. Yahoo! has decided to close down geocities.com, and so anyone whose homepage was located there, including me, has had to make a fresh start somewhere else.

If you were with me at Sensible Tarot Readings, then hello and welcome back! If this is the first time we've met, then hello and it's nice to meet you.

Pull up a chair, sit down, and let's talk Tarot!

Code of Ethics

1) The results of all readings will be kept strictly confidential at all times.

2) Readings will be performed honestly and accurately to the best of my ability. I will not interpret the cards based on what the person wants to hear. I WILL interpret the cards with consideration for the recipient's feelings, but I will also provide a truthful and complete answer, without lying by commission or omission.

3) I will NEVER offer, nor attempt to offer, advice which I am neither qualified nor trained to give. This includes (but is not limited to) medical, legal, or financial advice. For assistance in those areas, I will refer the recipient to seek the counsel of a physician, attorney, or financial adviser, respectively.

4) I will ALWAYS answer the recipient's questions about any reading I perform, and there will NEVER be an added fee involved for followup discussion. I want to be certain that the recipient of the reading clearly understands the contents of the reading. When I read for someone in person, I discuss the results at length with the individual. Since the readings on this site are being offered via email, recipients are welcome to correspond via email with me regarding the results at any time.

5) I will always respond promptly to a request for a reading. If for ANY reason there will be a delay, I will contact the recipient, explain why, and arrange a reasonable time frame for the reading to be performed. If this is unsatisfactory to the recipient, their payment will be refunded in full prior to my performing the reading.

6) I will remind the recipient that they have control over their own actions at all times. No card reading results are fixed and unchangeable, and the recipient's own actions are required to nurture and follow up on potential successes, or to take precautions to avoid or diminish possible obstacles. I will do everything in my power to remind the recipient that they are the ones that have control over the outcome of and/or their response to every situation they face. Whether they have opted to have a card reading about a given situation or not, full control over their actions/reactions, and its accompanying responsibility, always belongs to the recipient. Nothing and no one can ever take that power away from them, and I will never state nor imply otherwise.

7) I will reserve the right to respectfully decline to perform a reading for any person who appears to have developed a dependence on card readings in order to make decisions. Excessive reliance on card readings is not only unrealistic, it's unhealthy, and I won't knowingly lead someone down that path. I will respectfully refund the person's payment and decline to do a reading for them, if I believe that their desire to have their cards read will do them more harm than good.

8) I will never use any reading I provide as a method to extract any unannounced fees, or to make a sales pitch for anything else, to the recipient. Charges for any readings will be clearly stated on my site, and there will not be any additional costs involved. At no time in my interpretation of the card reading will I make an attempt to convince the recipient to purchase anything else, including additional readings.

9) I will never attempt to perform a reading when I know in advance that it's impossible to use the cards to answer the recipient's question as it was stated to me. If the recipient has asked me to perform a reading for a question that the cards are not designed to answer, I will inform them of this immediately and work with them to rephrase the question or choose a different question. If we cannot come to an agreement regarding the question prior to my doing the reading, I will respectfully refund the payment in full.

If I know in advance of a time period when I will be offline and unable to check e-mail, the time frame for my absence will be clearly stated on the home page, along with the date that I will resume checking e-mail and providing readings. Correspondence received during my absence, including requests for readings, will be responded to as soon as possible upon my return.