Affirmation, Oracle and Tarot Cards
I believe it is important to keep your life in
balance..... balance between good stuff and bad stuff, balance
between serious and not so serious or fun stuff..... balance
between frowns and smiles.....
In general life
gives us more than enough 'bad' or serious stuff so some 'good'
and or 'soft and fluffy' stuff is required to provide a balance
Affirmation cards and Oracle cards are
an easy way to top up your life with good/soft fluffy stuff.
I also don't believe that you can overdose on this kind of good
stuff.... but not enough good stuff in your life is a serious
So you now have no excuse for letting the bad
stuff get to you and bury you, as you know a simple and easy way
to get some good soft fluffy type stuff anytime you need it.
So start each day a better way and keep your
cards near the bed or where you will remember to use them. Grab
your deck and shuffle them, if a card or two fall out they are
extra important, otherwise cut your card from either the top,
the bottom or somewhere in between, whatever feels right.
So what's the difference
between these 3 types of cards ?
Affirmation cards are the easiest of
cards to use, and can be used by almost anybody from around age
7 onwards, the deck just contains cards with Beautiful
positive messages on. Start each Day by shuffling the pack and
pulling your 'message for the day'.
cards can be used as per affirmation cards, as simple message cards or to do
a tarot reading. We stock all of the Oracle cards from Doreen
Virtue and a number of other creators including Cheryl
Richardson, Lucy Cavendish and Toni Carmine Salerno (who does
all his own amazing art work).
take a little more skill to understand but to simplify matters
we carry several decks designed for beginners that come complete
with a guide book. We also carry a number of other decks from
the classic 'Rider Waite' to very vibrant 21 century decks.
So how do I choose ?
Here I will give you the same advice that I give about
Disconnect your Brain and Open your Heart.
Choose the one that draws/excites you.
If there is a demo deck open it up, look thru
the cards, if you are seeing images that appeal to you, then you
are on the right track. If not put that deck down and pick up
another one. The final test is to shuffle the cards and then
draw a card, when you have the right deck the messages tend to
be very meaningful and not random at all.