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 Intuitive coaches still support clients to manifest their dreams, goals and desires, however, they incorporate the client's relevant religious, spiritual or metaphysical beliefs into that client's coaching process. Our Certified Coaches are highly skilled to utilize intuitive ability to harness the client’s spiritual beliefs, energy frequencies, higher self, spirit guides, and interior wisdom, as applicable or relevant, in the coaching process. Intuitive coaching is incorporated only at the request of the client and might be highly effective for intuitives, spirtual or religious clients, healers, HSPs, empaths, channelers, etc. 

“We need to be willing to let our intuition guide us, and then be willing to follow that guidance directly and fearlessly.”– Shakti Gawain



Tarot is the practice of a diviner (one who interprets messages) to translate wisdom from answers revealed to the questioner through symbols and information contained in the cards. Factors that further inform the reading include the questioner's query, the card positions, the reading layout, and external influences, such as emotions, spirit guidance, etc. The reading is based upon the present and, thus, the meaning of the reading may be subject to change based upon environmental influences. Tarot is neither fortune telling nor predicting the future. 

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At a young age, Carolyn was fascinated by her maternal grandmother hosting tarot readings in her dining room with family members. When her grandmother passed away when she was 17, Carolyn only wanted her grandmother's tarot deck as an heirloom, which is the primary deck she utilizes today. Always highly intuitive and sensitive to others' metaphysical energy, she began dabbling with reading Tarot when her best friend and another friend began to research and practice their ability. Carolyn read Tarot for subsequent years, including private sessions for friends and commercially for parties and individuals. A few years ago, she and her same best friend renewed their quest to reawaken, connect and deepen their spiritual natures. 


Tarot decks were created in 1430’s Italy, by adding a fifth suit of illustrated cards, called trionfi (Triumphs/Trumps) and an additional il matto (Fool) card (unrelated to the Joker) to a regular deck of cards. Today’s tarot deck originates from the Venetian or the Piedmontese tarot. Each Tarot deck consists of a total of 78 cards denoted into two groups. The first is the illustrated, trump cards known as the Major Arcana and consist of 22 cards numbered I - XXI. The remaining 56 cards are the minor arcana divided into 4 suits of 14 cards each with each suit representing cups, swords, pentacles or coins, and wands or staffs. The numbered ace -10 cards and 4 court cards represented by a king, queen, knight, and jack. There are 11 main spreads, or layouts, and variations beyond, though the best known are the traditional and Celtic cross. Rising in popularity are varieties of the 3-card spread. Today, there are hundreds of themed and artistic decks, though the oldest and best known modern deck is the Rider-Waite.


"The transformation of tarot to a spiritual and occult purpose emerged in France around the late 18th century. This is where meanings were assigned to the cards. “The cards of the major arcana refer to spiritual matters and important trends in the questioner’s life. In the minor arcana, wands deal mainly with business matters and career ambitions, cups with love, swords with conflict, and coins with money and material comfort. The tarot deck is shuffled and/or cut by the questioner and then the diviner lays out the selected card at the top of the shuffled deck into a special pattern called a “spread.” The meaning of any card is modified according to whether it is upside down, its position in the spread, and the meaning of surrounding cards." Source:

ASTROLOGY + Natal Charts

A natal chart is a map of the placement of planets and stars at the moment of birth. This method of analysis only reflects what the "astrological weather" is doing in one moment of time. Astrology was once a rigorous course of study in academic environments and it was only until the end of the 19th century that it was regarded as a "pseudoscience". Astrology was originally meant to get closer to one's spiritual source.  It was never intended to predict life events or monetary gains, although hthat is common practiced.  We use the whole sign house system with some exceptions. 


The purpose of astrological consultations in this context is to identify strengths and weaknesses in the natal chart to reference within the coaching process.

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Western/Tropical Chart of Freddie Mercury

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Vedic/Siderial Chart of Gustavo Cerati

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