Welcome to this unique service that combines divination with counseling and teaching. There are three types of readings available that begin with you asking a question(s) about some aspect of yourself or your life: please note that the questions are not to be predictive in nature (e.g. When will I meet my soulmate, find another job etc?). The questions need to be related to your healing or personal development journey – some examples:
- What do I need to do to move on after the end of my relationship?
- How do I deal with my difficult boss?
- How can I turn my weaknesses into strengths?
The reader (Helen) will use a number of different forms of divination – some of them include: Tarot cards, angel cards, runes, DIY Therapy Chart cards (created by the reader herself). The specific tools used will depend upon the intuitive guidance of the reader at the time. After she has answered your question(s), she will include at least one (optional) homework exercise for you to undertake in your own time, to help reinforce the lessons of the reading. She invites you to let her know how this goes for you, if you decide to do it. You may also email the reader with any follow up questions about your reading.
All readings are available via email only because the reader conveys what she intuits most effectively via the written word. You will receive the reading as a PDF attachment. When you have paid for the service that you desire, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your PayPal receipt number.
- The email address that you want your reading to be sent to.
- Your full name at the time of birth (including middle name).
- Your birth date.
- The question(s) that you would like answered with a short description of your situation.
You will receive your email reading within one week from the date that this information is received.
One Question Reading
Two Question Reading
The questions can be related to the same situation or two different situations.
Three Question Reading
The questions can be related to one, two or three different situations.