Hello and welcome to my website!
My name is Monica (aka advice to think twice) and I am very happy to greet you.
Here are a few things that I would like you to know about me: I have been reading tarot and oracle cards for over 10 years now; divination has always been a part of my life one way or another ever since I was a child. I take what I do very seriously because I am more than aware of the responsibility that comes with trying to help people.
I am also a very firm believer in free will; I see it as a gift but also as a responsibility. One the one hand it is a gift in that no one can take it away from us and regardless of the form of divination you consult, no outcome is set in stone because we can always change it by using our free will. It is also a responsibility in that we have a part to play in manifesting our own desires, we are co-creators which means WE also create our reality together with the Universe. And so if we do not use our free will to manifest what we want, it may take longer for our dreams to come true, if they come true at all and of course we are just opening up to whatever the Universe throws our way unless we set our intentions for manifesting (hence our responsibility).
I have a background in Psychology, I have been studying this ever since I can remember and I continue to do so. I find that by combining my knowledge of psychology with my esoteric/spiritual studies I can have a more comprehensive perspective of the Universe, the world we live in, karma and our experience as individuals. This is why I look at readings as more of a therapy/coaching tool and not just “fortune telling”. Should you like to know more about me, you can check the About Me page.
If you have taken the time to read this and would like to work with me, please go to my Services page and scroll down for all the different options for readings. I also encourage you to check the Specials page for any promotional or discount readings I offer from time to time.
I look forward to working with you!
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