Years and years ago I dated someone a bit odd. To be honest, I had been in a long-term relationship that lasted 14 years. I was very young when it began and once it was over, I was exploring. Probably sowing oats that most people do when they’re in their early 20s, but I was already partnered by then.
I only went out with this guy a couple of times. In all honesty, I probably wouldn’t even remember him at all except for this one quirky thing… When he found out that I read tarot cards, he immediately wanted a reading.
Ugh. I don’t suppose it was that big a surprise in retrospect. Anyway, I told him “Sure, we’ll do that in a few days.”
When I got home, I had a sort of “psychic hit” about the guy. And so I sent him an email. The message basically told him that I didn’t do what I call “dark readings.” The messages I get from my angels are uplifting, positive, and meant to heal and inspire.
I never heard from him again. LOL!
My intuitive insight that this guy was wanting some sort of dark and foreboding kind of reading was apparently correct. It’s the only thing about him that has stuck in my mind because I’ve never quite gotten past the idea that someone would be hoping for a scary reading.
I suppose it’s also possible that my email to him told him right away that I was just “too happy” for his tastes.
Over my 30 or so years of doing readings, I’ve probably seen it all. There are the people who are scared of what a reading will tell them. I completely know how to comfort, calm, and handle that situation. But occasionally, I do still come across someone who is so completely, mentally oriented towards the “fear and doom” side of things that they can’t hear anything else. Just two weeks ago I was teaching my new course “Tarot Made Easy” and I had a student who was that way. Every card he pulled was the end of the world. I tried to soothe his dramatic reactions, but he wasn’t having it. Nope. The end of the world was at hand for this student. So I knew there was no point in trying. Besides it would’ve just brought down the rest of the class and possibly introduced fear into other very sensitive students’ experience.
The Divine adores you. Period. End of story. It may have messages for you from time to time that are hard to take in, but the desired outcome will always be to bring you onto the path of joy.
There’s a motel chain famous for the slogan “We’ll leave the light on for you.” That might as well be the slogan for the Universe. If you look up, there are countless stars in the nighttime sky. They cannot be dimmed. Even if you can’t see them because of the temporary clouds, they’re still there.
And just like the stars in the sky, my readings – and more importantly – the way I teach people to read will always, always, always be that same way. I will always leave the Light on for you.
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