Lower Prices on Tarot Readings & Coaching Packages

IMG_0702When you love what you do, you want to do more of it. And I really love doing tarot readings and coaching. I’ve seen, time and again, how much these tools can help people tap into their inner wisdom and create lives they are truly passionate about. I’d like to help more people do that.

That’s why I’ve decided to lower the prices of my tarot reading and coaching services. No promises on how long I can do this but, for now, I’m offering the following:

Tarot Readings Via Email — $9

20 Minute Tarot Readings — $16

40 Minute Tarot Readings — $29

I’m offering lower prices on my coaching packages, too. Come check it all out at www.hellojenniferwayne.com. And, as always, don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

Last call for holiday gift certificates!

IMG_0121Quick reminder: I’ll be on vacation beginning this Saturday, so if you need any gift certificates for the holidays, please get your orders in by Friday, December 19th.

A few people have asked me if they can purchase a package of readings and break them up into multiple gifts (or keep some themselves). The answer is yes, absolutely!  I’m happy to divide it however you’d like. Just let me know, either with your purchase or by using my contact form, how you’d like to do it. All of the information about the various types of readings and packages can be found here.

Happy holidays!

Tarot Reading Gift Certificates & Packages!

IMG_0120Just in time for the holidays, I’m thrilled to announce some new options for my tarot readings. In addition to my normal individual services, I am currently offering the following:

Package of 4 Short & Sweet email readings — $69 (value of $80)

Package of 1 Go Deeper call (about 40 minutes) and 3 Basic Overview calls (about 20 minutes each)  $129 (value of $165)

Tarot readings make wonderful gifts! And if you’re looking for gifts for multiple people (more than 5), I may be able to offer you a bulk discount–just drop me a note over at hellojenniferwayne.com (in the comment box at the bottom of the page) and let me know how many people you’d like gift certificates for.

Happy holidays!

The Verve Shop

141381685107915 minutes just might change your life!

I am so pleased to announce a new concept in life coaching:  on-demand, micro-coaching sessions.  If you’ve ever wished you could speak with a trained life coach right NOW, for just 15 minutes, to find greater clarity about some issue that’s troubling you, check out The Verve Shop.  The concept is simple:  a team of highly vetted, trained and talented life coaches is now providing regular “office hours” for on-demand coaching, when and where you want it.  And it’s affordable!  Prices start at $25 for 15 minutes (packages, longer sessions and add-on minutes are available as well).

I’m still offering my normal services over at www.hellojenniferwayne.com, but I am so honored to be a part of The Verve Shop’s team of coaches.  You can find more information below and at www.theverveshop.us.

Wondering how effective 15 minutes can be?  There’s more information at The Verve Shop, but I can speak from personal experience.  I’ve provided 15 minute micro-sessions to approximately 50 individuals, and found it incredibly effective (and a lot of fun!).  Sometimes all you need is a shift in perspective, a new possibility or a nudge in the right direction.  The challenge is finding someone trained to listen deeply, without judgment or personal agenda, right when you need it!  The Verve Shop solves that problem.  Come check it out!


Tarot Reading & Life Coaching

IMG_1378As many of you know, I have recently added tarot reading to my repertoire of coaching practices…  And I must admit, it took me by surprise.  It seemed shocking enough that I would move from being a lawyer to a life coach, but tarot cards?  That’s another level of crazy all together!

Sometimes when you get in touch with your authentic self, and begin to “follow your bliss,” as Joseph Campbell said, it really doesn’t take you where you think you’re going to go.  And yet… usually that means you’re heading somewhere much better.

I’ve adored tarot cards for almost 15 years, as a kind of passionate hobby.  I love the art, the symbolism, the ability they give me to tap into my intuition.  Tarot cards were my original life coach.  They are simple, gentle, highly effective and, most of all, a lot of fun.

So at a recent life coach seminar, I read tarot cards for 8 of my friends and fellow coaches.  From there, I ended up reading tarot cards via email and phone for almost 70 other friends and coaches, all within a 3 week period.  It was such a blast, and so highly transformative and even healing for so many people, that I knew this was something I had to do.

So here I am!  Life coach and tarot reader extraordinare.  Unexpected, yes, but wonderful in every way.  The response has been so staggering that I’m already planning tarot parties, group workshops and more.  Stay tuned!

Interested?  You can find more information about tarot over at my primary website (www.hellojenniferwayne.com).  On this Scattering Light blog, I’m going to begin incorporating some of my favorite tarot practices:  information about tarot cards, monthly tarot horoscopes and my “Dear Tarot” column.  (A few of these posts were previously published on my other website, but I find that I miss this blogging format, so I’m moving all of my blogs back over here!)

Questions or comments?  I love them all, and would love to answer any questions you have.  Leave them below, or check out my Facebook and Twitter pages (where you can also find daily tarot card readings… a fun way to learn how the cards work).  You can also contact me directly (or sign-up for my newsletter) over at www.hellojenniferwayne.com.

Nothing is learned except through joy.

-Ioanna Salajan



Clouds In My Coffee

IMG_0098It’s already December, the final month of 2013.  It’s been a wild ride:  completing the Martha Beck Life Coach Training Program and setting up my practice; creating the Wise Owl Book Club; traveling to San Diego, Pismo Beach, Lake Tahoe and Napa…  Well, let’s just say that I am very grateful for the shorter, cooler days (even here in the desert) and to turn my focus toward my home and loved ones.

Of course, there’s still plenty to keep me busy–holiday events and shopping, work to do, knitting projects to finish–but during this time of year I find myself a bit more comfortable taking a moment to sit by the fire, drink a cup of tea and enjoy the time I have with my family.  And that means that I can also do something incredibly valuable:  dream.

When I take the time to dream, I get in touch with myself.  I listen to the small still voice inside that reminds me what’s most important, and what I should be focusing on now, in this moment.  I relax.  I play.  I listen.  And I remember to pay attention to my nightly dreams as well, which often hold messages from my soul about the way to go.

I’ll be writing more soon about methods of dream analysis that I find particularly useful and enlightening but, in the meantime, let me just recommend this:  take the time to dream while you’re awake.  Look for those clouds in your coffee, and open your imagination to what you find there.  Not only is dreaming a good way to get in touch with a peaceful, joyful part of yourself, but it just may suggest possibilities you haven’t yet dared to imagine.

Turtle Steps

IMG_1059I always swore that I wouldn’t be one of those blog-creators who mysteriously disappear and then return a month or so later full of apologies and promises to be more consistent in the future…  But here I am.  Luckily, I believe in the philosophy of wabi sabi–that nothing is perfect, nothing is permanent and nothing is finished.  That most certainly includes this website.

But I have exciting news to share–this year, I am fulfilling a long-standing dream to become a Martha Beck trained life coach.  The program begins in 2 weeks, and is a 9 month, intensive training of Martha Beck’s life design methods.  As you may have noticed from reading these posts, I am a huge fan of Martha Beck and her work, and I recommend her writing very strongly.

One practice that she advocates is “turtle steps,” that is, taking goals and breaking them into small pieces until they are so simple you just can’t help but accomplish them.  Most people tend to set huge goals, particularly at this time of the year–to lose so many pounds, to begin a massive workout program or to achieve some other high and lofty goal.  These goals, while commendable, are also daunting.  They tend to scare us out of accomplishing anything.  It is far preferable to set a smaller, reachable goal, and then continue to build on it.

For the past several years, I have kept my New Year’s resolutions small and interesting, rather than large and frightening, and I am happy to say that I have had a lot of success with them.  Last year, for example, my goal was to scatter light.  I wasn’t sure what that meant, all I knew was that I had been reading and studying wonderful ideas, and I was ready to share them, in one form or another, with the world.  In March, I created this website; in July, I published my e-book; in September, the book came out in print.  None of that was a stated part of my goal, but it all came naturally and organically from the desire to simply scatter light.  If my goal had been “to publish a book,” I’m not sure I would have accomplished anything.

So this year, I am interested in deepening my meditation practice, but setting any kind of specific meditation goal feels too daunting.  Instead, I have determined to read A Year with Hafiz: Daily Contemplations by Daniel Ladinsky.  Hafiz was a Persian poet who wrote about the sacred–something that can slowly and surely encourage and deepen my own meditation practice.  Who knows where these turtle steps will lead, but I know I’ll be further down this path a year from now than I am today.  Of course, by the end of the year, I’ll also be a trained life coach, but that feels less like a resolution and more like the beginning of an adventure!

Wishing you your own turtle steps,


P.S.  If you’re interested in the science behind using turtle steps to achieve goals, check out Finding Your Own North Star: Claiming the Life You Were Meant to Live or The Four-Day Win: End Your Diet War and Achieve Thinner Peace, both by Martha Beck.

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