I have studied and practiced tarot for two decades, and continue my studies over time, as I believe the tarot cards always have more to bring to light; and each oracle deck adds its own flavor and works differently when combined with tarot.
I am well-versed in both Marseilles and Rider-Waite-Smith decks; but I favor Marseilles as a personal preference, and a way to stay connected to France, especially now that I live in abroad.
I practice daily card pulls that help me reflect on what is going in my life at the moment; and inspire me to either set intentions for the day or discern the lessons said day has brought.
I do longer spreads for Full and New Moons; as well as various themed ones every month. In 2019, I discovered that tarot journaling was the form of reflective pages that works best for me. It is the right mix between symbolism, free writing, and structure.
While I work with spreads designed by others, including adding personal twists on them; I also love creating my own to suit a specific theme or question.
I have added Oracle cards to my reading practices since 2019. I like how the free-style uniqueness of every oracle deck brings new insight in readings: such as a refined theme, extra insight, or my favorite: an action word, which can be used to wrap up a reading
I currently work with the following decks:
Beside tarot, I have been studying astrology and numerology for twenty years as well. I find connections between astrology, numerology, and tarot to enrich readings.
As a tarot reader, I believe cards provide us with a better understanding of a situation, new things to consider, avenues to explore.
I am not a psychic but I rely on my intuition and deep knowledge of the cards to provide detailed insight from every reading I do. I do not predict the future but I work with you on the current situation and how to best understand and address it.
My goal is to empower those benefiting from my readings so they have new information to work with to make better-informed decisions. I believe tarot (and oracle cards) has the ability to improve how we approach life, whether in our day-to-day choices or for more poignant situations.
In the end, we are in charge of our lives; and as such I do not do readings for “yes/no” questions, and rather work with open-ended questions or themes.