As a kid, I dressed up as a gypsy fortune teller
on Halloween for five years in a row.
My mother had to add extensions to the bottom of my flouncy handmade boho
skirt, as I kept outgrowing it. I can't tell you why I was so addicted to the
persona - it was partly the bold colors and exotic flair ...and partly the magical
mystery.  So you can imagine that it was pretty exciting to learn from my
grandpa that his parents were gypsies! Well, maybe not entirely. It was the
family joke - being gypsies, the truth was that they immigrated from an area of
Czechoslovakia known as Bohemia. People from this region have been thought
of as unconventional artistic-types since the middle ages.

I never really lost my fondness for gypsies...nor for dressing up. It was when I
was a theatre major at the University of Minnesota that a friend gave me my
first Tarot reading. It was spooky in its lack of spookiness - completely
straight-forward, yet spot on. I was hooked. I got my first Tarot deck, the
Aquarian Tarot, about a month later. I read all kinds of books on the subject
and practiced like mad. I enlisted everyone around me to enable my obsession -
I gave readings to friends, family members, neighbors, lazy cats and house
plants. Anything that would sit still, really.  Eventually I graduated to readings
for friends of friends and what do you know - the Tarot works even when
reading for strangers! After a few more years of practice, I dipped my toe in the
psychic fair pool. Readings at theatrical fund-raisers followed - given the circles
I wander in, it's to be expected - and there have been birthday parties and even
baby showers.

Now I live in Los Angeles and aside from pursuing my own artistic endeavors,
most of my Tarot clients are actors or writers or musicians. While I hope
everyone who stops by finds something useful,
Bohemian Path Tarot is a
reflection of my years of reading for those touched by the Muse. May you be
inspired by your visit here.

I will serve the best interests of my clients,
conducting my professional activities without causing or intending to cause harm.

I will treat all my clients with equal respect,
regardless of their origin, race, religion, gender, age, or sexual preference.

I will represent honestly my Tarot qualifications,
including educational credentials and levels of certification.

I will keep confidential the names of clients and all information shared or discussed during readings,
unless otherwise requested by the client or required by a court of law.

I will recommend clients consult a licensed professional for advice of a legal, financial, medical, or
psychological nature that I am not qualified to provide.  

I will respect my clients' right to refuse or terminate their reading at any time,
regardless of prior consent.

I recognize that all ATA members have the same rights and obligations,
and I will always respect and honor my co-members.
Jen, your Tarot coach
1. a native or inhabitant of Bohemia
2. a person, as an artist or writer, who lives and acts free
of regard for conventional rules and practices.
3. the Czech language, esp. as spoken in Bohemia.
4. a gypsy

5. of or pertaining to Bohemia, its people, or their
6. pertaining to or characteristic of the unconventional
life of a bohemian
7. living a wandering or vagabond life, as a gypsy.
Reverend, Universal Life Church
Member, American Tarot Association
Certified CATR, Tarot Certification Board
Reiki II Practitioner
My mission is to inspire and aide the evolutionary process,
uncovering the truthful joy within limitless self.
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