When you visit an angel practitioner they will often offer you an angel card reading to begin with. From a clients point of view this is fun and a great way to get to know your client. Its also a gentle introduction to many other angels that your clients may not have heard of before.
How to Read Angel Cards - Below you will find a link to our free angel card reading mini course which we recommend that you download. However you may also find the following tips helpful when you first start to read angel cards.
Tip 1. - Attune your cards - Basically when you first get a new deck of cards you will want to connect to these to enable you to offer the best readings for your clients. The best way to do this is to open the cards and slowly look at each one to get a feel for the cards and their images.
Tip 2. Ask your angel of choice to bless the cards.
Tip 3. Place your new deck of cards under your pillow for a couple of nights as this will help to develop a stronger energy and bond when using them to edit.
When studying about angels you may find it helpful to purchase some Angel Cards to work with. There are many to choose from and you may feel drawn to different decks. We have recommended products available from our store for you to purchase via Amazon. We have done the hard work for you and only listed tried and tested products that we feel will benefit students the most.
Archangel Michael – Protection, Courage/Strength, Truth Archangel Raphael – Healing, Mind And Spirit Archangel Chamuel – Unconditional Love Archangel Gabriel – Guidance, Vision And Inspiration Archangel Jophiel – Awakening And Wisdom, Joy And Illumination Archangel Uriel – Peace/Tranquility, Service And Devotion Archangel Zadkiel – Tolerance, Forgiveness
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How to meet your Guardian Angel
When angels are near you then signs are left. Understanding the different signs and what this means can be helpful and reassuring. Learn some of the most common signs that our angels leave us.
How & When to use a Consultation form
When working as a therapist it is recommended that you always complete a consultation card. This is for both your records, the clients record and for insurance purposes. Depending on the type of therapy offered will depend on the questions asked but below is a consultation guide that you can download and amend as required. You can print this off or download as and when you need a form.
Helpful Links and Case Study's
When you are studying from home you can sometimes miss out on the interaction with others. With this in mind we recommend that you join the students Facebook page if you have not already done so, where you can interact or chat to other members. We also have plenty of helpful links and articles below that you may also find helpful, including case studies from other students.