What's a party and how do I book one?
Due to the current COVID situation, my parties are now being conducted virtually on Zoom. Gather some friends and we'll do some fun activities and each person will receive a mini-reading.
What can I expect my reading to be like?
If you've never had a tarot reading before, you might be afraid that I'm going to tell you things you might not want to hear. Rest assured, I'm not going to reveal that someone is going to die or that you have a curse put upon you. In my readings, we look at the here and now. What are the energies surrounding you and what direction do things seem to be taking? What are your options and who are your helpers? You're welcome to take notes and photograph your cards. I just ask that you please don't record it.
If you'd like to read a detailed description of what I do, visit the Testimonials page.
My mother says the cards are evil. My friend says the cards are B.S. What do you have to say about that?
People will believe what they want to believe. The cards aren't good or evil. They're just a tool, like an inkblot test or a meditation app. If you approach your reading with an open mind and a sense of curiosity, you'll no doubt find value in them. Even if you're skeptical, I welcome you to give tarot a try.
Can you tell me the winning lottery numbers or talk to my dead grandma?
Sorry, I'm not a fortune teller or medium. I use the cards as a tool to see what influences are surrounding you and what possibilities lie in wait. I always say it's best to look to the cards for guidance, not set-in-stone answers. If, however, you do want a psychic or a medium, I can give you the names of some people I highly respect and trust.
Who are you?
My name is Patti and I've been reading cards for over 20 years. I live in Connecticut.
Where can I find you?