The Goddess Oracle Deck & Book Set (Anglais) Cartes – 16 juin 2008
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Il contient pour chaque carte des idées de méditations à réaliser afin de travailler l'énergie particulière de la déesse. Toutes sont basées sur de la visualisation. Je les trouve puissantes et bien expliquées.
C'est plus un outil de travail sur soi qu'un outil de divination. A réserver, malheureusement, aux personnes maitrisant l'anglais.
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The deck opens itself up for a number of personalized types of readings for the person who is looking for answers. You can use mutliple spreads or just one card.
I recommend this deck as highly as I can, and the new US Games version has more durable cards, and are smaller as well, which could work a lot better for smaller hands to shuffle.
The fine research into goddess traditions done by Marashinsky is still relevant, and I think this deck & book would make a great Christmas present. In fact, that's how I received it, and it is a welcome member of my Tarot collection.
That being said, I found that I was also was quite fascinated with the book that accompanies the cards. Goddess in so many forms, from so many cultures, so many aspects. Quite an interesting read.
I'd recommend this set to anyone who enjoys inspired illustration, and to anyone who is interested in historical and multi-cultural concepts of the goddess. Even if you don't want to use the cards as an oracle, the set is worth having for many other reasons.
These cards are beautiful, as every review as stated. The book is interesting, full of facts and myths on every Goddess. Each Goddes has her own poem, description and card definion, as well as a ritual suggestion. Each card/ Goddess is listed with an 'aspect'.
Hestia - Responsibility (example)
I bought this for the beauty, got it for only $10 brand new. Thought I'd hang them in one of thoes big frames with multiple picture slots, or put them on my altar, or hang them on a mirror to remind me what aspect of myself to work on, or just use as pretty bookmarks. I didn't exect such a well-done oracle deck; I am sceptical of 'modern' oracle decks. Anything older than the old Waite deck I learned Tarot on is considered 'bandwagon' stuff and therefor useless.
It's not true!
I sat down and did a spread and was shocked and amazed at what came up. I got intimate, personal answers to the questiosn I had; practical advice for the situation; advice on what to do in future situations and what needs to be done to prevent this situation from happening again.
Example: my latest spread was done to help me find the source of my frustrations with my housework (I am a housekeeper, living with three other young adults).
Here is what I got:
What needs to be focused on?
Responsibilty card: The people I keep house for need to relized that it's not JUST my responsibility to keep the house clean, they need to take responsibility for their messes and clean them up instead of leaving it for me to clean up. But ULTIMATLY it is MY responsibility to 'keep the house' and be 'queen of my domain'.
What is hidden that is causing the problem?
Mystery card: I was confused at first but then I realized my frustration was rooted in my routing. In my STIFLINGLY strict routine; it was sucking all the fun and joy out of keeping a beautiful home that my make-shift family loves. I needed to shake things up some.
What can be done to fix the problem?
Opening: I needed to have a heart-to-heart with my roomies over their messes and laziness. I needed to be open to advice and change in turn.
What needs to be experienced to fix the situation?
Wholeness: I was so fucused on each individual thing in the house, that it was eating me whole. I wasn't living a 3D life and had become much, much more anal than I should be. I needed to foster wholeness in other aspects of my life; such as religious studies or animal care, or my plants, or my environmental commitment. (I'm a hippy, I admit it!)
I sat down thinking this deck was going to tell me that it was all my room mates' faults for being slobs, and I came away realizing that I was just putting a great deal of frustration and hurt feelings on their shoulders. Though some of it WAS their fault, and we did have that talk (and it did help a great deal), most of the aggitation was coming from my stagnant situation where I had scheduled every ounce of my time and left no room for fun. And then when I saw my efforts in the home were being undone so easily, I placed all my woes on that instead of looking at the whole picture.
This is just my latest spread; the ones I have done before have had even more insight and have helped me even more than this one did.
HIGHLY suggest this deck, even if you are a man. If a former feminazi like me can skip over the 'feminist propaganda', then any ball-wearing she-man out there can too. <grin>