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​Reading Tips...

I want you to have the very best reading possible. Client satisfaction is of utmost importance to me.

If you would like to have a reading but aren't sure which approach would be best or most economical for you, call me at 850-545-9591, email me at namastetarotreadings@yahoo.com, or contact me on Facebook.

Readings can be provided by phone, email, Facebook Messenger, Skype, or in person (I only read in person for established clients or people they refer). 

Payment must be rendered in advance. You can submit your payment via PayPal, or you can pay via debit or credit card prior to the beginning of the reading. Once you submit your payment, I will contact you within 24 - 48 hours to confirm receipt of your payment and verify the details of the reading you wish to receive. 

Before your reading, it is important to take the time to prepare. Below are some tips for getting the most out of your tarot card reading.

For all readings, it helps if you share information about your current situation and which area of life you would like to focus on. Specific questions are even better! At a minimum, I need your birthday.

Face-to-Face and Phone Readings:

  • Please provide your date of birth and, if you are comfortable, your city and state of birth.
  • Prepare your questions in advance and make them as specific as possible. 
  • Refrain from asking the same question again and again – this will never produce a good reading.
  • Make sure you are in a quiet space and will not be interrupted.

Email reading tips:

  • Make your question as specific as possible. 
  • Please provide your date of birth and, if you are comfortable, your city and state of birth.
  • If you have requested a general reading, you may respond with three follow up questions. Once completed, your reading is done. If you want to continue to go deeper on a question, it may be best for you to seek a phone reading instead.
  • Do not try to wrap more than one question into one. It may confuse the energy of the reading.  One thing at a time is always best and leads to a more focused answer.​