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HASH(0x96542d98) étoiles sur 5 BEWARE: MINI DECK included 2 novembre 2004
Par Barbara B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love the Motherpeace deck and I used it for many years. I recently bought this set from Amazon, hoping to replace my old deck. I was surprised to find that it is NOT a full sized deck -- it is a "mini-deck." This is not mentioned in the description of the product.

I had to remove the shrink wrap to find this out, and then Amazon hit me with a $15 charge when I sent them back for a refund. OUCH .....

UPDATE: Amazon did eventually refund my money, since their description was not complete.
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HASH(0x96480b04) étoiles sur 5 Excellent tool for Spiritual Growth 1 janvier 2002
Par Amy S. Finlay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Since I bought this deck a few years ago, it has helped me through immense personal growth. Where most other decks are scary and intimidating, this deck is reassuring, validating, honest and deeply wise.
As far as the feminist messages in the cards and book, I have found them very much based on love, and the perspective presented has been decidedly useful to me. It is not feminist in the negative sense (ie "man-hating"), but rather is feminist in the positive sense (loving, woman empowering). Probably there are people who will be turned off by this strong feminist slant, but for most women, I think it is an asset that they will appreciate.
I just asked my husband what his opinion was on the feminist slant of the deck. He says that the images on the cards (rather simple images with plenty of naked people, predominantly women) would be a turnoff to many men. On the other hand, he thinks highly of the deck, having seen first hand how much it has helped me through transitions in my life, and he respects the messages and wisdom that comes through the cards. In fact, it's interesting to note that the cards have, many times, helped our relationship over rough patches, and guided me into deeper love and trust of my husband.
I think that any woman who is looking for a deck that will help her to tune into her own intuition, a deck she can trust with her deepest questions, this is THE deck. Personally, I have not found any other deck that I would trust in the way I trust this deck. It goes to the heart of any question, helping to gain honest, loving perspective, and empowering you to make good decisions.
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HASH(0x9659a51c) étoiles sur 5 To help us not be our own worst enemies! 7 août 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Greetings! I find that this deck is one of my favorites. The only complaint I have is the difficulty in using a round deck--but I have found a way to work around that. *grin* Now, to address all those of you who wrote negative comments about the deck, in regard to it being female centric--isn't it about time? For years we have dealt with the male centric view of magick and Goddess worship. This carried over into tarot decks and other forms of divination.
In ancient times, women were the ones of power and men respected a woman in all her glory. Menstrual cycles were expected and praised, young women did not fear rape and incest, and when the crone years came, women were not tossed outside to live in an "old age" hut.
I would like to direct you to history. Goddess based faiths were peace-loving, and historians have found no weapons at sites were women, and the Goddess, were revered. However, in the male-dominated sites, several types of weapons and devices of torture have been found.
So, in conclusion, I highly suggest these cards for any person, male or female. It is an investment with great payoffs!
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HASH(0x966a7ba0) étoiles sur 5 A Fresh Point of View 7 juin 2002
Par K. Bourn - Publié sur Amazon.com
The creators of the Motherpeace tarot deck have rethought the traditional (and patriarchal) images of earlier tarot desks, replacing the images with multicultural, goddess-centered images. Since "Motherpeace" was my first tarot set and I have spent little time using more traditional decks, I may not be able to accurately describe what images have changed. Instead of the traditional royalty hierarchy--King, Queen, etc., Motherpeace portrays them as Priest and Priestess. Although the desk retains the more-common medieval theme for the Cups suit, images from other cultures appear on the other suits: African (Wands), Navajo (Discs), and Greco-Roman (Swords).
After using these cards in readings for more than 10 years, the images have become part of how I view certain situations. For instance, the Eight of Discs, featuring a very pregnant woman sitting in a patch of watermelons, is how I now visualize the experience of waiting, sometimes impatiently, for something to come to fruition. Depicting "Strength" as the Irish Goddess Brigid sitting among animals has caused me to rethink what true strength means--groundedness--not brute force. The images are so intricately drawn that a regular reader always will discover new details and new perspectives.
When I started reading tarot cards, I wasn't looking for something to predict the future. I approached the cards as an opportunity to use guided imagery to reflect on my life and my future. Over the years, however, I have experienced some extremely odd coincidences, and now associate certain cards with certain events.
The companion book provides an excellent discussion about the inspiration for the images, and for the most part, a good sense of the meaning behind the images. Eventually, once one has used the cards for a while, the images can drive the reading, without constant referral to the guidebook. One drawback of the companion book is that it doesn't provide a variety of readings. For that, I would suggest "Tarot for Yourself."
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HASH(0x9625a1a4) étoiles sur 5 One of my favorites! 16 avril 2000
Par L. Gusner - Publié sur Amazon.com
One of my all-time favorite decks--however, it cannot be fullyappreciated without the book. I genuinely found it surprising thatsome reviewers believed the book to be "male-bashing." Although this deck is clearly feminist and female-oriented (the majority of cards contain female imagery and the Goddess is the central spiritual image), it is not anti-male. It *is*, however, anti-patriarchal. You may take the title, "Motherpeace" as a major clue! I would think that women would like this deck more than men, simply because it speaks to women's experience more than to men's. Here is one of the passages about a male card, the Son of Wands. You may judge for yourself whether this is anti-male or not...
"The Son of Wands represents the Horned God of ancient shamanistic religion and contemporary witchcraft. Unlike the Son of Swords, this Son is not cut off from the Mother or the group, but dancing at the center of it. He represents 'pre-macho' masculinity, the archetypal positive male principle whose elements are light and fire. 'He is untamed,' as Starhawk says of the Horned God. 'But untamed feelings are very different from enacted violence.' Instead of going off to seek individual glory, 'he remains within the orbit of the Goddess; his power is always directed toward the service of life.' His sexuality, though wild, is also 'gentle and tender.' Traditionally the lover of the Great Mother, the Son delights, amuses, and entertains. He celebrates life in much the same way as his sister, the Daughter of Wands.
"The Son, like the sun glowing behind him, represents the directed warmth of summer sunshine, ego expressing itself through a dance of life. The I Ching describes the sun as 'the Gentle, the Penetrating,' and in this way this Son represents the initiating force. In his hands, he holds a rattle and a prayer stick, Wands that will focus his energy in sacred ways and keep it clean and light.
"Ruled by Mercury, the Son also represents thought and the positive power of the mind fired by intuition and joy. Not only Eros, he also represents Logos, the power of the mind. In witchcraft, there is 'no opposition between the two.' The God of the Witches is the untamed male presence in a world that predates patriarchal sex roles and control by males. He represents for all of us--women as well as men--the untamed part of us that will, says Starhawk, 'never be domesticated, that refuses to be compromised, diluted, made safe, molded, or tampered with.'"
I may not agree with all of Noble's scholarship (this book was written in the late seventies), but I find her writing a rich and lovely weaving together of many diverse strands. She incorporates the viewpoints of many mystical traditions, from the metaphysics of Alice Bailey to Tantra. In no way do I find Noble to be "mean-spirited." Rather, her writing is holistic and empowering.
When I first encountered this deck I disliked it because of what I perceived as child-like artwork. This prejudice kept me from working with the deck for many years (my loss!). It's true that the drawings are not technically sophisticated--I believe some of it was actually drawn with the artists' non-dominant hand in order to connect more fully with intuition--but they are quite rich in symbolism and meaning. I've grown to genuinely love this deck over the years. It's the one I use for day-to-day questions, and I find it to be eerily accurate and full of useful advice. In the Preface, Noble writes:
"Motherpeace was written as if I were talking with four particular friends. In this diverse group, the first friend is a feminist sister who, in addition to the struggles to improve the quality of our everyday lives, wants to recover a vision of the Goddess and the kind of society that would honor her.
My second friend uses a traditional Tarot deck, as millions do, but is excited to hear about a wholly new set of Tarot images that, while drawing upon tradition, recast it to embody more fully the lives and aspirations of women.
While working on the book, I also kept in mind a third friend. Strongly visual, she records and meditates on her dreams and, like others influenced by Jung, seeks to deepen her knowledge of myth as a way of understanding her own psyche and the dramas being acted out around her.
This brings us to the fourth member of my imaginary audience--a friend who is deeply concerned about the lack of peace in the world and, in particular, about the numbing prospect of a "nuclear exchange." No longer believing that the system will cure itself, he wants to explore visions of society other than the patriarchal one now dominant.
In response to the concerns of these friends--who, of course, are also parts of myself--I have addressed the issue of personal and global peace in a positive spirit, through pictorial images, against a background of myth and art that date from an age when the Goddess was still the joy of humankind's desiring."
If you have don't like this description, you probably won't like the deck! END
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