I think we've only seen Tina do anything like this "deep dive" once before... the day she did "go for the gut" aura readings of both Monica and Shelly. In both cases, it was a "cut the crap, ladies!" moment. If I recall correctly, she said something along the lines of "Monca, that new butch haircut makes you look awful, you know
it makes you look awful... stop trying to prop up your self-esteem by pretending that you didn't make a mistake!". In Shelly's case it was even more personal... she jabbed at Shelly's relationship with Justin, pointing out that Shelly was using Justin as a sexual boy-toy and avoiding real intimacy with him, didn't really know him, and certainly wasn't letting him get to know the real Shelly.
In both cases, these were deeply personal readings, far from Tina's usual "blowing sunshine up peoples' asses" style, and were surely quite uncomfortable to hear... and they were probably just what M and S needed
to hear, for their own personal growth. Without that uncomfortable challenge (and time to think it over) Shelly's "oops, I nearly disemboweled you!" crisis with Justin might not have worked out as well as it did.
We saw in Monday that Georgette is at least somewhat unhappy with the state of her life... she's temporarily ducked out on her profession and is harboring a wish that she could ditch her persona entirely and permanently. She has some issues with herself.
The fact that Tina did a sudden and immediate "deep dive" reading makes me wonder whether Georgette's buried issues and apparent unhappiness aren't more severe and immediate than Monday's hints suggested. Could she actually be suicidally unhappy? Is she approaching a "Richard Corey" crisis? Is Tina sensing an "existential boil" which needs to be lanced and drained, in order for Georgette to survive?
Some have suggested that Tina's motives here might not be altruistic, due to Tina's recent changes. I dunno... what we've seen of Tina in the last year or so is that she's been willing to push up against the boundaries of the "Don't use demonic powers against humans" prohibitions... but only in the interest of a greater good, and after a lot of what Phix acknowledged as very human-style ethical struggle and pondering. She may
be less firmly constrained by demon/sphinx law and fear of the consequences, but she's developed her own human conscience... a sense of right and wrong.
I doubt that either that conscience, or the sphinxly and demonic laws (which do still apply to her) would allow her to use her demonic aura-reading skills on Georgette in a way which would harm G.
I don't think what Tina did here, qualifies as a mere nose-flick... Georgette is looking much too gobsmacked for that!