Appointment Dos and Don'ts

Whether it's a Tarot reading, a Gypsy Ribbon Reading, a Distance Reiki Healing Session, or Life Coaching session, we want you to get the most out of our time together. I take my work very seriously, and I hope you do too. 


Do reserve your time carefully. Be sure that you’re in a peaceful setting and won't be disturbed. A fussy baby, needy partner, and business calls are not conducive to working with Spirit Guides. It's totally cool—that's what email bookings are for. 


Do show up on time. My schedule is tight. I bet yours is too. There's no wiggle room at my end. If you're late, please know that this cuts into your time, not mine.


Don't reschedule more than twice. You can reschedule twice. Period. But three strikes, you’re out. If you must cancel, you are required to give 24-hours notice or forfeit your session.

Don't ask for a refund. Staci: Find Your Light has zero-refund policy.


Do collaborate. If you're afraid of "telling me too much" because you don't want to "influence the reading," that's like coming to the doctor and saying, "I won’t tell you about any of my symptoms because I want you to guess what's wrong with me." Your reading will be SOOO much better if we collaborate. 


Do ask thoughtful questions. You've paid for this time, and I really want you to get the most out of it. Think about what you want from a session and share your intentions. But please know when your guides start talking, it's fast and furious, and I've got to get it out as fast as it comes in. I may have to interrupt you, and I apologize for that in advance! Just bear with me, and hang on for the ride.


Do understand that insight isn't always immediate. Occasionally the cards just don’t seem to make sense at the time of the appointment. That’s totally OK. That's why most of us readers keep Tarot journals. Remember: Life is ever-changing, so keep the information and guidance in mind moving forward, and just see what happens. Maybe it didn’t hit immediately, but more often than not, six months to a year later, there's an "aha" moment where suddenly it all makes sense. 


Do respect boundaries. While I'd love to keep chatting, the fact is that I've got to keep moving. During your session, I'm totally focused on just you, but when our time is up, it's up. 


Do check with the experts. Always consult with the appropriate expert—your doctor, lawyer, therapist, and/or financial advisor—before making life choices.