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“I feel comfortable, confident and empowered now, knowing that the rest of my life can be different, and each day I feel the changes gradually taking place as I put the advice into practice." ~ Lenore Davi, NSW (Australia)
Find answers to frequently asked questions below, including:
What is an Intuitive?
What is a Chakra?
What Happens During a Consultation?
Do I Need to Hold Any Particular Beliefs?
How Do I Book a Consultation?
What's the Cancellation Policy?
Can This Be Kept Confidential?
Can I Learn What the Future Holds?
Can You Guarantee I'll Get the Answers I Want?
Is an Intuitive Consultation the Same as a Psychic Reading?
How Do I Prepare for Each Consultation?
What Should I Do After a Consultation?
An intuitive is someone who uses their intuition, i.e. intuitive ability, in order to receive inspiration, tune in to non-physical presences and energy, and communicate what's perceived to others who have asked for guidance. “Intuitive” is often used interchangeably with “psychic”. Although the term “intuitive” in a professional context may lead to some confusion, the “psychic” label often appears to be at the other end of the spectrum, where people are quite certain about what it means, and make assumptions that are not always accurate, e.g., that you are a fortune teller who can predict lotto numbers.
Not every intuitive works the same way (for instance, when considering the types of physical tools used such as crystals or tarot cards, or the absence of them). But generally, an intuitive will rely on at least one of the four main “clairs” to communicate relevant or helpful messages, as follows:
1) Clairaudience or “clear hearing”: Receiving messages that come through intuitively, word-for-word.
2) Clairvoyance or “clear seeing”: Receiving information through visual images. Premonitions often fall in this category.
3) Clairsentience or “clear feeling”: Receiving guidance through feelings or bodily sensations. It can be as simple as a gut feeling, or as woo-woo as experiencing what’s happening in someone else’s body.
4) Claircognisance or “clear knowing”: My favourite! This is an unshakeable sense of knowing which is not based on facts, memory, or reasoning. You just know. Most people have experienced this at some point in their lives.
You can click here to read my previous article titled "What is an Intuitive?"
“Chakra” (pronounced “tchah” as when pronouncing the name “Charlie”, followed by “krah”) is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel,” and it refers to a centre or focal point in your energy field. It's not uncommon to hear this word pronounced with a “sh”, as in the word “sharp”. Incidentally, “Shakra” is actually another Sanskrit word that means “powerful” and refers to one of the Hindu gods.
Chakras are considered to be vortices or funnels of spinning energy. There are seven major chakras in your energy field, which relate to different areas of your life. It has been said that the purpose of chakras is to draw in energy from the outer world and then send that energy into various parts of the body. If there’s a problem with the intake of energy through a chakra, that may lead to an imbalance which can affect your physical health as well as the area of life with which that chakra is associated. So tuning into your chakras gives you the chance to assess your current state of energy and how this may be impacting upon your life at the moment.
At the start of a consultation, you’ll be invited to join with me in the process of tuning into your main energetic centres, the seven major chakras.
We can discuss any strengths or imbalances that show up in your energy and how this may be affecting various aspects of your life, including financial security, emotions, creativity, self-esteem, compassion, communication, intuition and spirituality.
After the initial tune-in, we'll move on to questions.
You’ll have the opportunity to connect with your intuition and address a question (or questions) on any topic relating to your life. How many questions we cover depends on how complex they are and how much depth is required to address each one properly.
You are welcome to ask about a particular relationship with a partner, friend, family member, or any other person (for example, “I’d like to focus on how I can improve my relationship with …”). However, questions that are specifically about someone else (such as, “I want to see more clearly what’s going on with my colleagues’ career / my sister’s mental health / my ex-partner’s love life …” etc) will NOT be covered during a consultation.
Throughout each consultation, information is shared and received through the intuitive modalities known as the "four clairs", as described above under "What is an Intuitive?"
A lot of people who have previously booked consultations do believe in a higher power, guides, or other non-physical presences that can provide direction on one's life path. However, there's no need for you to hold any particular beliefs in order to benefit from these consultations.
One-on-one consultations are not currently available; however, group consultations are to be offered soon. You can sign up for monthly updates to stay informed about any upcoming services and other offerings.
You can cancel a consultation and receive a full refund if you provide at least 24 hours' notice. Refunds will NOT be offered for completed consultations or no-shows.
I will not be sharing your personal details with anyone outside of the consultation, with the only exception being if there was any concern about serious harm to you or someone else.
My services are intended to help you shape your own destiny rather than to foresee a fixed future outcome.
The amount of information and the level of detail that comes through will always vary for each person. There's no guarantee that you’ll receive the answers or specific information you want. However, for every consultation, the same process is used to tune in and the same intention is held to offer information that's inspiring and empowering enough to help you gain clarity and move forward in your life (for more information on how I tune in and prepare before each consultation, you can check out this article under the subheading, "Process").
Although it's not possible to promise certain results, many people have provided very positive feedback about their experiences.
An average reading is generally more passive in that you can often just sit back and listen to whatever answers, guidance, and messages come through, as communicated by the intuitive reader. An intuitive consultation, on the other hand, includes guidance to help you tune in to your chakras for yourself and access your own ability to receive answers throughout the session.
Put aside at least 10 minutes to prepare
In order to prepare for a consultation, it’s best if you can allow at least 10 minutes alone before the appointment. This time can be used to meditate, clear your mind, or take some slow breaths. It also helps to let go of any expectations or tension about the consultation, and to open up to receiving the most you can from it.
It’s very common for people to say they feel a little anxious beforehand. If you're nervous then it shows you care about how the session will go, which is great! Chances are that you'll feel less anxious after only a couple of minutes or so from when the call starts.
Check your inbox
Please check your email inbox shortly before your consultation. You'll receive an email prior to your appointment in the unlikely event that it needs to be cancelled, or if there are any difficulties reaching you. Please make sure you are able to access your email before and even during your appointment in case there are any reception or other problems during the call. If you are late, the call will still need to end on time.
Your own space and privacy
Find a relatively quiet, comfortable place where you'll be able to concentrate on the call. Ensure that you'll be able to speak privately and openly without worrying about anyone eavesdropping, even if it's a close friend, relative, or partner (sometimes especially if it's one of those people!). You may have an emotionally intense experience or have the opportunity to have an ‘aha!’ moment or two during the session so it's best if you are on your own, as it can affect your consultation if there are other people around. The obvious exception to this would be in regard to the other people who have agreed to participate in the consultation as part of a group.
It's worth leaving some time aside after the call to properly absorb whatever was spoken about and to write notes if appropriate. Often people feel energised and inspired following a consultation, so you can start taking action or making plans shortly afterwards if you are motivated to do so.