Need a bit o' guidance?

A tarot reading is a good place to start.

It can help make sense of what's going on beneath the surface. Think of tarot as another tool in your decision-making arsenal, another friend you turn to for advice, or another point of view to consider.


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Type of Readings

NEW YEAR ($89)

Birthdays are pretty special. As well as the turn of the new year. This reading is great to help set you up for the next 12 months and the energy you need to be focusing on during this time. Normally a 12-card spread or more.


Making a decision about the important things in life, such as a job or a relationship, could stop you dead on your tracks. This reading is great for those moments to help get you from thinking to doing. Could be a 3-card to 9-card spread, depending on the situation.


Sometimes you don't need a problem or a dilemma to ask for a reading. This reading is great for when you're chugging along nicely in life and just need a bit of assurance that you're on the right track. Quick and easy, anywhere from 1-card to 3-card spreads.

Kind words from people

"Thank you very much for this. It has been very insightful and accurate." - C. 
"You're really spot on and really in tune. I guess that comes from being balanced and spiritually balanced. Yes, everything rung true. Right up to the very end. It really was a great reading." - D.
"Holy sh*t. It's very accurate. Spot on. I've went for these tarot card readings before and this is by far the only one that is very specific, detailed, clear and true!" - A.
"Sweet – you are right about this reading giving me a little nod. And I also got slight goosebumps when you ended with 'slow and steady wins the race'. Thanks so much!!!" - M.
"I think I was still uncertain before I read this, although I did know which way I would eventually go. It's really helped give me an insight away from the whole situation and on a more logical and rational standpoint." - L.