Founder of Fernlight Tarot Charlotte uses a combination of tarot and oracle cards to ensure her clients have complete readings. Fernlight Tarot's philosophy is to bring insightful messages from the divine that empowers others to create for themselves abundance of love, joy and prosperity that align with their highest good.
“Tarot and Oracle Cards are very similar. Both types of cards are rich with imagery and symbols. The Tarot cards tell a story about a person's journey through life which includes major life issues (the major arcana) and everyday issues (the minor arcana). Oracle cards don’t have the same structure or order as the tarot but they do provide guided messages that help bring harmony and balance back into a person's life when they are unsure, afraid or feeling overwhelmed,” says Charlotte.
She believes clients get the maximum benefit if they have an open heart and an open mind. “You will receive insightful, accurate and trustworthy guidance in a gentle way that supports you to have confidence to take positive action,” she says.
“My readings will offer you support through challenging times and provide you with choices and possibilities that you may never have considered before. You will be shown the cards drawn in your reading, helping you to better understand the answers you are seeking and get back on track to living the best version of yourself in this life time.”
Fernlight uses the symbol of a spiral also known as a Koru which represents an opening fern frond, bringing new life and purity to the world. It also symbolizes peace, tranquility and new beginnings and when interlocked with others it represents the strength and purity of a loving relationship with a family.
At Fernlight Tarot all readings are offered as written readings that are emailed to clients as an attachment in PDF format. Charlotte will complete an in-depth reading using spreads that are between 6 and 12 cards, depending on the situation. Images of the cards drawn will also be included allowing clients to make that personal connection with them and the messages they convey.