Code of Ethics, Asking Questions, Legal Disclaimer

Tarot is a collection of meaningful symbols that offer the ability for us to connect to something deeper inside us. A tarot session can be a great way to better understand yourself and what you bring to this world. Effective, useful tarot sessions require trust, and I take that trust very seriously.

Code of ethics

  • I hold safe, sacred space for readings. My sessions are compassionate, focused on what you can do to bring wholeness into your life, and are therefore free from judgment.

  • I will not give medical, legal or financial advice. Tarot readings are not a substitute for professional help. I am not a doctor, lawyer or accountant. If you are struggling with mental health or other concerns, please seek care from a licensed medical professional.

  • I do not offer “yes/no” answers, fortune telling, or prediction. I am not a psychic or a medium. While I believe that tarot can offer potential outcomes of a situation, these are all based on what you choose to do. I can help you process your past or present and how that might impact your future, but what comes next is up to you. Scroll to learn more about asking questions.

  • Just to make it clear: You have free will. Whatever is uncovered during a reading, it is important to remember that your life is in your hands. Any actions taken as a result of a session are your responsibility.

  • Tarot is subject to interpretation. Readings, courses and other opportunities provided are done so with the understanding that each person brings their own perspective to a reading.

  • I do not read for third parties. Sessions are about you and your life. I will not examine someone else’s life without their consent. I am happy to explore your relationships with others, but only as they pertain to you and your path.

  • Your privacy is important to me. Your reading is confidential unless you choose to share it with others. I will not share the details of your identity or your reading without your consent. I will always do my best to ensure your privacy, but by requesting an online reading you acknowledge that I am not liable for any security breach to emails or other third party tools utilized to deliver them.

  • I reserve the right to refuse any reading if it goes against personal or professional ethics.

Asking Questions

It is possible to ask yes/no questions of tarot, but I personally find these readings to be flat and unfulfilling. A simple “yes” or “no” is much less useful than considering what new learning you might find.

An example:

A client once said they wanted to know if they were going to find love soon. I asked a few questions about what they truly wanted to understand, and got to the heart of the matter: They really wanted to know what was standing in the way of them finding love in their life.

We reframed the question to “How can I best open my heart to love right now?”

See what a shift that makes? This person left with new wisdom to ponder, empowered to chose their own path instead of waiting for one to appear before them.

  • If there is an area of your life you want to know more about, start there. Are you curious to know about your relationships, career, spiritual path, etc?

  • Then ask yourself: What do you really want to know? There’s no need to be embarrassed. Get real with yourself. What information would be meaningful to you?

  • If you’re stuck or want to allow tarot to guide your reading, you might consider asking something along the lines of “What do I need to know right now?” or “What wisdom should I meditate on?”

Questions don’t have to be complicated— they just need to be clear.

legal disclaimer: Tarot readings are for entertainment purposes only.

While tarot readings are used as a form of self-reflection and improvement, they are ultimately viewed as a form of entertainment.