You've got a big day coming up. It might be a job interview, an important test, an audition, a championship game--whatever it is, you're feeling nervous about it. A little nervousness is helpful: it gives us that little bit of extra energy that makes our performance magical. But too much is a bad thing, especially if it prevents you from doing the prep you need to do your best.
If you've tried the relaxation techniques and it's just not helping, then we can use the energy of tarot to help you find relief. For the Big Day STRESS reading, I use the adorable Monstarot cards, which are shown in the photos. The lighthearted energy of this deck lets us take the Big Bad STRESS Monster and transform it into something helpful. We'll explore what it looks like for your big day to be a successful one and what it looks like if it's unsuccessful; we'll consider what to do to prepare and what to avoid; and finally we'll look at the most likely outcome.
What to Expect
This is an offline reading, which means you don't have to schedule time for a video session or phone call. Instead, when I get your order,
* I'll draw the cards and interpret them.
* You will receive a professional written report of about 1,000 to 1,200 words, including photographs of the cards.
* You'll also receive an audio encouragement of 3 to 5 minutes. You can listen to this in the car, at the gym, or whenever you need a reminder that you TOTALLY have this.
I will do my best to deliver your reports by your scheduled booking time, and I'll be in touch if there is any issue.
I believe in you, and I hope this intuitive reading helps you to believe in yourself as well.
You may also want to check out the Imposter Syndrome and Path to Success readings.
Have a busy calendar? All of my tarot readings are offline, so you don't have to find time for an appointment! I've been working with tarot and oracle cards for over two decades, using them as a personal guide and a window into the Divine. I specialize in mental health readings, to help those who struggle with anxiety, depression, Imposter Syndrome, and more. Math or stats help? You got it!.