How To Create A Beautiful Oracle Deck In 8 Steps — The Traveling Witch

“An Oracle deck is a series of cards with images or words on them that can be used for divination, goal-setting, to lift your mood, or to connect with your intuition or a higher power. There is power in creating something inspired by your intuition. Intention is the “secret sauce” behind…” Click the link below to learn more! ❤

Source: How To Create A Beautiful Oracle Deck In 8 Steps — The Traveling Witch

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  1. A wonderful idea . Years ago I made a small deck of inspirational cards for the circle group I ran.. They held themes and words, that when picked the person would have to speak upon that theme or word for two minutes.. Two minutes is a long time when they were not used to standing up in front of others. 🙂
    Many thanks for sharing Colleen , I have lost count of the decks I now have bought. 🙂 too many.. But my favourite of them all is still Aleister Crowley’s Troth Tarot Deck
    Have a beautiful day you sisters of Fay! 🙂
    ❤ Sue 🙂

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  2. I never thought of making my own oracle cards. I’m not really artistic and they would look like a second-grader did them. 🙂 BUT, I do love my Oracle cards and I have several decks I work with. They always help guide and open your thoughts to other possibilities.

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      1. Okay, you go first. You are always on top of things and have a wonderful way of explaining. I think I might enjoy oracle cards more than tarot. I have a deck of tarot cards for years I struggled to work with. I’m liking the runes though. ❤

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