Beyond the Little White Book (How to do a Reading!)

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1:00p - 2:30p


Ever wonder what to do after you have bought a divination tool and you’ve read the little white book that comes with it? That is what this class is about. Most people learn the meaning of the tools but find no guidelines on how to read for other people.

What does it mean to do a reading, what happens during that exchange and how it all works together.

First, what this workshop is:
1. Understanding the different components that make up a divinatory reading; and
2. Give insight to a set of ethical guidelines helpful in doing readings

Second, what this workshop isn’t:
It is not to teach how to read every card in the deck or what the meanings of the runes or other tools of divination are. It is not to discuss how to start a business or try to make money as a reader. This is not designed to give insights on special skills or talents in connecting with the tools of choice. Those things are for other classes; other times and each of those endeavors are highly personal as well as suited for discussion on a one on one basis with the proper professional that fits you and your needs.

Topics included in this workshop are:
1. The use of ritual in readings
2. Free will – it never gets put aside. How to remind the querent about it and when.
3. The exchange of energy.
a. Trust and honor: how do they play into a reading
4. How to help the querent formulate good questions so you can do a good reading
5. Keep a reading on target
6. Keep a reading in the hands of the reader
7. When to say “no” or “I don’t know” they are valid answers to give on occasion.
8. Keys, doors, locks. The stuff which divination is made of
9. Those little voices in your head. What happens outside the key you are using to
open the door?
10. How to deliver news. It isn’t our place to hold back or lie about information.
However, a reader can deliver bad news (or what the reader feels is bad news) in a
gentle manner.
11. Sticking to standard layouts versus getting clarification.
12. How to end a reading. How will you know it is time?
13. How to get good at it? What techniques can you use to work readings to get
comfortable with what you are doing?
               a. Let’s play – Practice readings with others. Sometimes you need a warm
               body to have fun.
14. Journaling – why do it and when
15. That legal stuff –

           a. Entertainment versus fortune telling
           b. Minors

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