My Sacred Principles: What I Stand For & Who I Serve

Updated: Mar 28

Sacred Principle 1: Confidentiality

What is said in our session, stays in our session. I will never repeat or use any information presented in your reading without your permission. Nor will I share your chart or read another person's chart without their permission (excluding your spouse or child, in most cases).

Sacred Principle 2: Safety

Our session together is a safe space. I hold space for you to share what is on your heart and honor how brave you are for being vulnerable. If there is anything I can do to help you feel more comfortable, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Sacred Principle 3: Representation Matters

Though all are welcomed, my work will always center and uplift the most marginalized communities; including Black, Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), fat, trans, LGBTQIA+, and persons with disabilities.

Sacred Principle 4: Self-Compassion

I am a big believer in giving ourselves grace and extending grace to others. We can be so hard on ourselves! Perfection isn't allowed here. We are all spiritual beings in human form trying to figure out how things work on this earthly plane. We are doing the best we can. Oh, and we are STILL in a global pandemic. Be gentle with yourself!

Sacred Principle 5: Empowerment

I'm all about empowerment; not co-dependency. No one knows more about you than YOU. While I'm reading the energy in your chart, I also like to teach so everything will make more sense. I'm not your guru and I want you to feel empowered to dive deeper into your chart if you choose to. You are a soverign being in control of your destiny.

Sacred Principle 6: Respect

I will always show the utmost respect for your zodiac sign and the placements of the planets in your chart. I don't agree with people that pit one zodiac sign against another or only talk about the negative traits of signs. I also fully respect you, your lifestyle, and your past, present, and future choices.

Sacred Principle 7: Mutual Accountability

Because we are human, there is always a risk of harm taking place. That's why when choosing to engage with each other we are agreeing to the covenant of mutual accountability. If any of these 7 sacred principles are broken in any way by either of us, swift action must be taken. These actions may include but are not limited to: listening to the other person's feelings, acknowledging impact, and apologizing.

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