I’m offering zoom distance readings now

Published July 20, 2020 by Donnalee of Kingston NY

I have figured out how to do zoom readings now (with the laptop sideways actually), and am happy to offer them.  Thank you to the folks who already contacted me about distance readings–that has been really encouraging.

The best way to make an appointment is to email me at laughingdakini at twc dot com, since I am online much of the day and just am not a cellphone person.  I am offering the same sorts of readings I do in person, which is either 20 minutes or 40 minutes on HOW TO BRING ABOUT THE BEST OUTCOME FOR ANY ASPECT OF YOUR LIFE.  Please read the page about ‘what to expect during a reading with me’ prior to making an appointment, and choose the deck you would like me to use from the list there, since that will save time during the reading itself.  All of the decks listed there are available for our use now except for Heart & Hands, which is still at my office in Kingston until I go get it.  These readings are a real bargain for the time being, since it seems fair to give a lower price while I am refining the best way to go about the distance readings, and since basically times are hard for everyone.  As a result, the 20 minute readings are $21.00 (instead of $35.00 in person at the office), and the 40 minute readings are $42.00 (instead of $65.00 in person at the office), and I will not book them too closely together in case of possible technical glitches.  You will be expected to send the payment in advance of the reading at the time of making the appointment,  via Paypal to laughingdakini at twc dot com.  The appointment is not considered confirmed until the payment is received.  The readings will be done by Zoom, and we will be in touch about it all when you email me for the appointment.  One thing that is great is that the cards show up really big on the screen, and that can help you see a lot of detail.  Since many of the decks I use are unusual, that is a real bonus.

If I decide that this is a genuinely good venue for doing readings and decide to continue them for the long term, and people start to be able to get back to work etc., the prices will eventually go up.  We’ll see.  It would only be when I felt the readings online are as beneficial as the ones in person, and when folks aren’t in such tough financial shape due to virus etc.

Oh, and please, if you have had a reading with me and been happy with it, please consider sending me a little email endorsement that you would feel okay about me posting to the feedback section of this site, with your initials or name or whatever you are comfortable with attached to it.  They can also be posted under ‘endorsement by client of 6/13/20’ or similar term for confidentiality.  It’s okay if the reading was a while ago, as long as you can recall what you felt about it.   I forget all the time to ask people since it is not my priority, and so am reminding myself and clients here.

Thanks, folks.   I look forward to doing this new version of readings, and I hope it’ll be great for all.

Thanks and best wishes

Donnalee

 

 

 

 

 

 

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