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Power of Flowers: An Archetypal Journey Through Nature; 32-Card Deck

by Isha Lerner

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This is an oracle deck of cards, not a Tarot deck. The paper guidebook that accompanies it is thorough and suggests several ways to use the deck. It gives information on each plant or flowers' Signature (or appearance), its flower essence, its Archetype (Goddess or God), a Healing message and a Blessing. It is a gentle deck filled with colorful imagery. Even if you care nothing at all about oracles, the artwork is worth appreciating as if it is a miniature art gallery. Stroll through the images in your mind and just relax and enjoy. The colors are very bright, the images are detailed and mystical. This deck has a New Age flavor to it and the following explanation for the use of flowers as an oracle clearly shows this style. "As keepers of the seeds of future manifestations, flowers represent a rainbow bridge to enlightenment, a mirror of tiny mandalas of the Great Womb we call our universe." The booklet is filled with lovely thoughts such as this but some may find it a bit over the top. This deck should not be overlooked by pagans because it provides access to a number of different examples of deity. It could be used as a teaching aid in that respect or as a meditation tool. Its 32 cards provide as useful an oracle as any. A book by the artist and author, available separately, discusses the same ideas and images. ( )
  Treeseed | Mar 9, 2008 |
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