is for oracle cards
I sometimes find people hold different understandings about oracle cards than I do, so for the sake of clarity, here are my thoughts. I firmly believe we are all powerful creator beings and we need to be mindful not to abdicate our power and sovereignty to others – whether people or things. So in that sense I don’t really think of oracle cards as predictive. What I do believe is that everything is energy.
Indulge me for a moment and take a quick second and click over to this interactive wind map.
It’s a perfect analogy for how I see energy. It’s helpful to know in which direction things are flowing, so if you dip into that energy you can move with the flow instead of struggling against it. In a way that’s how I see oracle cards – as providing a sense of flow direction. An indication of open paths to explore.
I have many decks I enjoy working with, and a number of them fit my flora theme, so I thought I’d give you a look.
Flowers of the Night Oracle by Cheralyn Darcey
Desert Wishbone: Purpose
Comet Orchid: Change
Rose Alchemy by Sandra Humby
RA10: Self Love – releasing the Heart wound of Abandonment.
RM11: I AM Protector.
Voices of Flowers by Rhonda PallasDowney
Bells of Ireland: Inner-Child Transformation
Power of Flowers by Isha Lerner
Queen of the Night
Plant Ally Cards – Lisa McLoughlin
Speedwell: Body Healing
Valerian: Delight in the Moment
Soulflower Plant Spirit Oracle – Lisa Estabrook
Tree Wisdom Cards – Lisa McLoughlin
I delight in all these decks which help me connect more deeply to our beautiful flora and the lessons their world offers.
So let me ask you – do you use oracle cards? Have a favorite deck? Find the wind current map fascinating as I do? Do tell – you know I love to hear.