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SPIRITUAL ENERGY EVALUATIONS

A Spiritual Energy Evaluation is an overall look at your aura, chakras and outside energies that are affecting you. This evaluation is very different one from others; it has more of an insight into the spiritual energy that circles the body. Our spiritual energy is connected to everything we do and have in life. It is what separates us and gives us our individuality. Common symptoms of any spiritual problems are failure to communicate with others, feeling inadequate and lack of energy, etc. This evaluation allows me to see any negative energy that is connecting to you and causing these difficulties. In order to remove any that is found, one will start a series of spiritual meditations and crystal therapy. Benefits of clearing away the negative energy will allow you to live a more centered and productive life.

  Cost: Prices may vary depending on individual evaluation

 

   My spiritual consulting helps people to understand better relationships that they have built in their lifes. I offer spiritual guidance to all my cleints. No spiritual job is to big or small.
Being concise and meticulous with our word helps life move with grace and flow between co-creators. It is a wise practice to become clear within our own chakra system before expressing any request, criticism or comment to another whose consciousness may express things very differently. And when in doubt, asking a question is very helpful. "What do you mean by that?"  Helps our understanding and makes for good communication.

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I offer tarot card reading to my clients. Before heading to a taort card reading make sure to Focus on yourself: If the reading is for you, make sure your question centers on you rather than on someone else who you think may be the root of your problem. For example, asking why your teenager is experimenting with drugs is focusing on them, not you. Asking what role you play in your teen's decision to experiment with drugs brings the question back to you.
Stay neutral to any circumstanses: Your question shouldn't convey a preconceived notion that your view is necessarily the right one. For example, asking why you're doing more work around the house than your spouse isn't neutral; asking how you can get more cooperation from your spouse when it comes to housework is neutral.
Be positive: This one's straightforward. Instead of asking why a specific event hasn't happened, ask what you can do to help make that event happen.