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Discover humanity's connection with the cosmic forces of nature through Native American legends. The soothing imagery and spiritual symbols on the cards will bring you to a new understanding of our place in the cycle of life.
Facsimile edition of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck originally printed from plates that were destroyed during the bombing of London during World War II. The Deck and book set comes with the rider-Waite Tarot deck by Pamela Colman Smith with original Tudor Rose back design, Celtic Cross divinatory chart, and "The Key to the Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite.
Tapping into the healing energies of the traditional medicine wheel, the evocative images in this 40-card deck represent the individual stones and their placement within the wheel. The text guides readers with gentle prophecies and prayers along the spirit ...
This set of 60 evocative images will speak directly to your soul. The accompanying guidebook suggests creative ways to deepen your experience of the cards and foster personal insight. "SoulCards I" is complete unto itself, or can be used with its companion deck, "SoulCards II" (0964562359) to enrich the range of imagery. Use SoulCards by yourself, with a partner or in a group. Use these powerfully evocative images to stimulate personal insight, creativity, inter-relational conversation and more. The guidebook supports you to use your creative resources to delve into the images through journal writing, storytelling, visualisation, movement, dream incubation and other expressive modalities. When used in relationships and groups, SoulCards catalyse refreshing responses and authentic communication. Children are fascinated with the images, and often verbalise with unexpected wisdom and maturity. The uses of SoulCards are endless!
This lovely set of cards features the endless or mystic knot, an ancient symbol common to many cultural traditions. In Tibetan Buddhism it is revered as one of the eight auspicious signs and symbolizes Buddha's mind. It also represents the inter-connectedness of all things as well as the constant interplay of wisdom and compassion.
Poshkus has re-illustrated and updated Pamela Colman-Smith's famous images used in the Rider-Waite Tarot. Compared to the original, these cards are much more luminously coloured and three-dimensional yielding a vibrant recolored version of the original deck. This fully illustrated 78-card deck gives a new radiance and depth to the most cherished, popular tarot deck in the world. Includes booklet.
The paper used to make these attractive notecards comes from the bark of a sustainably harvested Himalayan shrub called lokta which grows wild in the remote highlands of Nepal. This card features the Sanskrit symbol for Om which signifies the innate spiritual energy and vibrational god-like essence of all things in the universe.
Printed with the sacred symbol for Om, the Tibetan sacred mantra, Om Mani Padme Hum. The word 'mantra' is derived from two Sanskrit words. The 'man' syllable comes from 'manas' or mind. The 'tra' syllable comes from the Sanskrit word 'trai' meaning to protect or to free from. Therefore, in its most literal sense it means 'to free from the mind.' As a chanted word or phrase, a mantra is a tool that's used to free the mind from mundane and distracting thoughts.
Bodhi is a Sanskrit word that literally means awakened. The bodhi tree was so named because the Buddha attained the awakened state or enlightenment under its spreading canopy. Since then the meaning of this fabled leaf has symbolized the perfection of wisdom in its most ultimate state. A gilded bodhi leaf graces the front of these fabulously red cards.