Actually it was good. Really good. I mean, I haven't received any feedback from the querent, and I am kind of preparing myself for something horrible. But I really think it was right on. The question was rather vague, but not too vague to be able to work with. I felt I was able to connect with the querent's energy... how is this possible? I didn't know what to expect at first. But I found that by thinking of the photo that accompanied the question, thinking of the person's name, and thinking of the client's card constellation (which I got from the birthdate), I did feel myself connecting. And when I drew the cards I knew it was right, because not only did the suit and card numbers resonate with the main issue presented in the question, but the outcome card was the client's personality/soul card. I like calculating that information so I can see if it pops up in a spread. And there it was! Also, the four cards I chose worked together... I could see the story. Of course afterwards I found myself entrenched in a lot of self-doubt (but HOW can you know it will make any sense to this person at all??).
|Morgan Greer Tarot|
I also decided to select an extra card from the Druid Animal Oracle, and it supported the message from the spread. So yeah, it was great. But I'm not going to allow myself to believe it just yet... not until I hear back from the querent. Crossing my fingers on that one. At the same time, I've thought: "What if I do get terrible feedback about how off I was? How would that make me feel?" And in the end I realized that I'm confident in the reading I did. I mean, the question was kinda vague, and my reading was thorough, but not terribly specific (how could it be?). But I'm sure there were some valuable nuggets of truth in the reading, and I hope the client feels that way. We shall see.....
P.S. I used my DruidCraft deck, which is the deck I'm using to practice reversals. I feel that not knowing the person I'm reading for makes using reversals a better option... because the reversals give slightly clearer meanings. Two of the four cards I picked in this spread were reversals. I think it'll be a great way to become increasingly comfortable using them (doing email readings, that is, where I have the luxury of wading through meanings).
P.P.S. The client got back to me eventually, and his feedback "spot on." *sigh*