Quite a few of my clients not only come back for another reading, but they also send me excited, unsolicited* feedback after their divinations. Here is a sample of it:
With deepest gratitude,
WoW, that is some amazing reading!
It gives me a whole lot to think about. [...]
I so very much appreciate this.. you are very good and I also appreciate your clarifying things too..
You were also unfailingly polite and professional, as well as very prompt. Your insights were accurate, communicated clearly, and packaged attractively as a .pdf with images, and you were happy to communicate further to clarify matters. Very much full service!
I appreciate your time and expertise, the reading does seem to be pretty clear...
Your follow-on questions are basically exactly what I would have wanted to know, and I thank you in particular for the clarification on the things the oracle *didn't* say but could have, which kept my wondering or second-guessing the answer to a minimum.
Thank you, thank you, again!
You interpreted the cards in a way that was absolutely resonant with my circumstances--and at each intersection when you requested another card or observed some thing or shifted a question you did exactly the right thing
I look forward to sharing more with you but for now I just want you to encorage you to pursue this field because you obviously are quite talented [...] I'm actually telling you this because I think it might help you realize that when I compliment you strongly on your gifts it is coming from someone who had worked in the field for decades
And I knew many gifted people-- and I also knew many people who are not nearly as skilled as they thought they were --so I do have a pretty good BS detector
I feel your gift is "the real thing" And I also do know how much work and energy goes in to doing readings of any sort
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* „unsolicited” means I didn’t ask for a testimonial, but these clients wrote to me of their own accord – but of course I asked for their consent before publishing parts of their emails here.