Welcome to Free Readings 4U. I am Susie Clarke and this is my site offering free clairvoyant readings, tarot readings, angel readings, past life readings and even a free crystal ball reading. Please note, I am almost 70 and no longer do paid readings, everything is absolutely free! It’s just a hobby, albeit a passionate one. No need for email or registration, no attempt to get you to pay. If you like the ads, that’s great. If you don’t I apologise but that’s the ONLY contribution to the upkeep of Free Readings4U!
The reading you choose will bring answers to your questions about many things including past lives and your present life mission. It will guide you with matter of the heart and finance or changes in life direction.
Ethical Reading Considerations from the book Complete Book of the Tarot
• Reading for children. Minors have special legal protections that need to be respected. In some cases, tarot may be regarded with suspicion because of the family’s cultural background or religious beliefs. In offering readings for children, the tarot consultant must be especially careful to respect the laws of the state and the rights of the parents. Sensitive issues such as bullying or abuse may come up in readings; the consultant should be prepared to take appropriate measures to protect the child. The choice of a tarot deck is also important. Some modern decks have adult themes, including frontal nudity or depictions of violence that may be inappropriate for children or objectionable to their parents. Several whimsical decks geared especially toward children are available, such as the Snowland Deck by Ron and Janet Boyer and the Halloween Tarot by Karin Lee and Kipling West.
• Third-party readings. A querent may ask you to consult the cards for someone who is not present. Most readers believe you should only do a reading for the querent and avoid consulting the cards to garner information about someone who has not given permission, as it is tantamount to spying. The tarot is not a granny cam. In the words of Hippocrates, “Whatever I may happen to obtain knowledge of, if it be not proper to repeat, I will keep it sacred and secret within my own breast.”
• Offering professional advice. Tarot readers should stick to reading the cards with the intention of empowering clients to clarify their thinking and make their own well-informed decisions. Tarot consultants should not offer advice about matters requiring professional expertise such as medical treatment, legal matters, financial planning, investment counseling, psychotherapy, etc. Such issues must be taken to an appropriately trained professional. Even if the tarot reader happens also to be a doctor or lawyer, the tarot reader should stick to interpreting the cards in an ethical matter. The act of offering professional advice changes the relationship so that the querent becomes the doctor’s patient, the lawyer’s client, and so on; then the tarot reader is subject to the ethical standards of his or her profession.
• Charging money for readings. A tarot reader provides a service and deserves to be paid a reasonable fee for a job well done. It is important to be upfront about the nature of the service you are offering and inform clients what a card reading can and cannot do. It is unethical to use the cards to frighten clients into giving you large sums of money for which you promise to “remove a curse” or “cast a spell” to change their lives. Your job is to empower clients to make their own decisions and to change their own lives. Whatever you say or do as a tarot reader should be, first and foremost, for the benefit of the querent rather than for personal gain.
• Proselytizing during readings. We live in a diverse society. Those who seek guidance from the cards come from a variety of religious, cultural, and philosophical backgrounds. Tarot readers should not try to impose their own belief systems on their clients. It is imperative to show respect for people even if you don’t share their worldview. The tarot can shine light on the querent’s issues and concerns, but the cards do not tell the querent what to believe or what to do. Stick to saying what you see in the cards and insist that querents make their own decisions and live their own lives.
Psychic comes from the Greek meaning Soul
Clairvoyant comes from the French words Clair (Clear) and Voyant (Seeing)