What I enjoy about playing card readings is that playing cards are convenient, and the techniques use logical deduction based on patterns and suits. I've lately been practicing with playing card readings, using the techniques taught by Camellia Elias. And what follows is a recent reading prompted by some work I had to have done on my car.
My car had to go in to the shop for some maintenance, but also because there was a loud rattle sound whenever the engine was idling. When they called to say they had to remove the transmission, I wondered exactly how much it was going to cost me. If the problem was under warrenty, it would be covered, but if not, it would be a lot of dollar signs.
Having said, "go ahead and do what you need to do," I did a reading to see what the cost would me.
Not nearly as much as I fear. The 2C shows the work that needs to be done. The 5H moving to AD is a progression from a lot to a little. 5H, showing my concerns in this case, but pointing out they are emotional, and the AD, showing that it will just be a little bit of money. (Using the guideline that 1 is a little and 10 is a lot.)
The work was covered under warranty, so I paid little more than the scheduled maintenance, and also got a rental covered while things were in the shop.