What’s your favorite breakfast food? I have been kicking into a new health regime since the beginning of last year. So my favorite breakfast food, which used to be a huge British fry up complete with black pudding, baked beans, eggs, bacon, pork sausages and toast, is now a wheatgrass shot and a big bowl of fresh fruits like blue berries, strawberries, papaya, kiwi and banana. I have been having that every day for the past year.
Book you’d like to give everyone ( or wish they would read)? My intuitive gifts have recently in the past year or so evolved to a point where I had been exploring my gifts in mediumship. This had helped me to support clients who were managing grief from relatives who had passed on. So there are actually 2 books I wished everyone could read are 1) We Don’t Die: George Anderson’s Conversations With The Other Side by Joel Martin and Patricia Romanowski and 2) Earth Angel by Ross Bartlett.
What makes you laugh? The antics of my husband and son. It’s an Ash family trait not to take life too seriously you see. The fact that we are a family comprising of an intermarriage between a Scot and a Singaporean Chinese means that we end up with gaffes caused by unintended cultural irreverence in our conversations.
Song that never gets old? What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong.
Drink of choice? Green tea most days, Sauvignon blanc on cheat days, loads of coffee when I want to slap someone and tumeric and goji-berry tea on days I need to cleanse my Sauvignon blanc and coffee from my system.
Would you rather be hot or cold? Eh? That depends on context. I like hot weather. Nice sunshine and blue skies that makes a nice tan possible. As a person, I am told I am rather hot. Heh heh!
Mountain, beach, desert or forest? The beach without a doubt. It’s the best place to ground myself when I walk barefoot along the shoreline and breathe in the salty air hoping that a seagull doesn’t drop a present on my head.
Favorite color? Orange! I love bright orange! It’s a happy color. Full of sunshine, don’t you think?
Best movie line? Go ahead, make my day – Clint Eastwood in Sudden Impact.
Last thing you splurged on? I tend to splurge on my family, friends and clients. So recently, I bought a lot of crystals related to love/romance/relationship to give away to clients who registered to attend a numerology workshop that I would be conducting to celebrate Valentine’s Day. So I had the following crystals cleansed, blessed and put together in draw-string bags. They were rose quartz for love, moonstone for empathy, chrysocolla for tolerance, aventurine for compassion, charoite for acceptance.
Bonus Q: How did you get into kickboxing? I was introduced to it by my first martial arts coach, Dave Macanlalay who opened my eyes to a new and refreshed interpretation of the words discipline, fitness, honor and respect. I have been training 6 days a week since and saw my health and fitness improving. Gratefully, the universe brought Dave and I together at the right time. I was his intuitive coach while he was my martial arts coach. Incidentally, Kickboxing is a form of grounding for me particularly when I take on a lot of energies from the external environment as a psychic empathy. It has been helping to refresh and revitalize my mind, body and spirit daily so that I could cope with the amount of readings I do for my clients.
Joanna Ash (Sun Goddess Tarot) is a trained and experienced Numerologist, Astrologer and Tarot reader who had obtained her Certified Professional Tarot Reader’s qualification from the Tarot Certification Board of America. Her unique ability of combining multiple metaphysical disciplines with her clairvoyance as a psychic intuitive has contributed to a track record of proven accuracy as it lends depth to her insights and advice.
Joanna currently runs her own consultancy based in Singapore, offering intuitive readings in person, via emails and at corporate or private events. She had also been involved in numerous charity fund-raising events, doing readings in aid of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and the Children’s Cancer Foundation in Singapore.
She is a member of the Tarot Association of the British Isles and the American Tarot Association and is an appointed mentor of Tarot protégés on behalf of the association.