About Phoenix Risings

Phoenix Risings started as a tarot service that helped and still helps clients understand their day to day lives as it relates to their spiritual journey. Whether it is through events, people or past lives, the cards show the direction and application. I also did past life readings.  I have evolved into what I call an Akashic reader. I incorporate information from the Akashic into my tarot readings (I was already doing that and not realizing it.) and do more Soul connection readings from the Akashic Records.


Readings

  • Shows in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas. The schedule of shows can be found on our website under the heading of “events”.

  • Readings in our home in Cabot, Arkansas.

  • Events people have scheduled at a place of their choosing. These events include wedding receptions, parties, corporate events.

  • I also do any of my readings by phone. In fact I prefer to do the Soul readings by phone. You receive a recording of all the readings I do by phone e-mail.


Classes

I am gradually changing my classes to video and will soon be available on this site.  I will also have introductory videos on YouTube.com


Our Mission

Our mission is to help clients understand how their everyday life and challenges relate to their spiritual journey. This primarily done by helping them get connected to their original soul pattern and thus allowing them to create the abundant life they are wanting to create.


Our Name

The Phoenix is a mythical bird with fiery plumage that lives up to 100 years. Near the end of its life, it settles in to its nest of twigs which then burns ferociously, reducing the bird and its nest to ashes. From those ashes, a fledgling phoenix rises – renewed and reborn. This is an allegory for the lives I believe we live.  Through the Tarot and Akashic readings I believe we are able to do this.  Thus the name.


The cards gave me great enlightenment of what is happening in my life and the different roads ahead. Connie was friendly and personable making me feel as ease.
— Anthony Sorg, Mechanical Design Engineer