If you receive the gift of a divination, I hope you will step into the circle of reciprocity and give according to your means--not as a mundane "payment," but as a contribution that upholds your honoring of the sacredness of the exchange, and the sincerity of your receiving of the gift given by the spirits, and by me as a diviner.
I hope you will see this as the spiritual obligation this is--something that sweetens and feeds the lines of communication--the web spun between the otherworlds, the diviner, and the diviner. It may not be so for everyone, and this is how I have circumscribed the work, what closes the loop.
On that very rare occasion someone does not willingly step into the circle of reciprocity--ignores reminders, even--I notice how painful it is. There is much old pain in this, and that I suppose is the indication that I need to revisit the structure of the offering once again, to make sure that the circle honorably closes. And, that I must let go of another's disregard--that it is not mine to carry.
Everything in the living is a call to practice the sacred.