Naked Tarot (it’s not what you think)

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Naked Tarot (it’s not what you think)

Over the past 6-8 months I had noted that in myself whenever I carried out a reading for a client, that I would remove my wedding ring, prior to starting the readings.

It was almost self conscious and if truth be told, I was not always aware of why I did this, until one day I questioned my guides about it.

Turns out that they had been asking me to remove my wedding ring for the simple reason that the energy and the connection I have with my wife via the ring could and will make a difference on the readings themselves.

In fact I had noted that since removing my wedding ring (and I hasten to add it is placed back on immediately after each reading), that the readings themselves had in fact become a lot clearer.

A few weeks ago, one of my students arrived for some advanced tarot training, and my guides asked me to inform her to remove all her jewellery for the reading.

This also included removing her watch and in effect leaving yourself naked of any restraints from such items prior to doing the reading.

Again I found (even with my student) that the reading was stronger and more information given compared to previous readings.

So, I strongly suggest trying to get “Naked” before any reading and removing those items of jewellery that have a connection with someone or contains you energy.

Let me know if you decide to get Naked and how it turned out

 

2017-04-12T13:47:23+00:00 By |Categories: Psychic Reader, Psychic Readings, Tarot Reading|

One Comment

  1. Tracy April 12, 2017 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    Strangely I have been doing this too, it makes me feel like a blank canvas and able to just be myself without “baggage”

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