Soul Readings in Scottsdale
The universe is trying to tell me something. How do I know this? Because I’ve recently been to three different soul readings here in Scottsdale – astrology, tea leaf and tarot card – and walked away with the same overarching messages: 1) My current passion project – a female-empowerment-centric media company called RUBY – is my calling, and 2) I really need to keep in check the tendency to overwork myself. (But I definitely already knew that last bit.)
That’s the beauty of readings like these; they’re not designed to jolt you and they aren’t even always about predicting the future. What I’ve found is that these experiences are a fun and informative way to tap into your intuition. They’re helpful for affirmation and deep introspection.
My astrology session at The Boulders Resort & Spa was especially eye-opening. Spiritual guide Tom McMullan used my day, time and location of birth to provide expert insight on my chosen life and career paths. At times, he used exact phrases that I’d only ever written in a private journal. I didn’t need to ask a single question at this session because Tom’s reading had answered them all – I left with great confidence in my life’s purpose.
So imagine my giddy surprise when, after sipping tea with divine dynamo Janice Roper at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, she confirmed the key takeaways from my previous reading. The leaves, she said, also were telling me to slow down, to focus on self-care and to prepare for a major opportunity at work. By the time I got to my tarot card reading at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa with Ginny Poole, I felt like I could predict the results. And, yes, you can probably guess what came from it. I’m a novice tarot reader – at best – but the lessons laid out before me in that spread were obvious.
The beautiful thing about being human is that we’re born with free will. What we do – or don’t do – with the knowledge that comes from these readings is our choice. But sometimes, maybe, we need a little divine intervention to gain greater understanding and clarity, to truly see what’s in front of us. I know I did.