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What are Oracle Cards and how do you use them?

Oracle cards, also known as reading cards are a great tool to help you to connect with your subconscious.  There are no rules for using them which makes them easy and fun to use.  They can be used day or night and the more you use them the more you connect with them. A common way to use them is to pull a single card in the morning as your thought for the day.  Or at night before bed when you could use them to relax, as part of your wind down of self-care routine.  Perhaps light some Paolo Santo or Incense and have your beautiful crystals around you while you ask for inspiration.  All kinds of questions can be asked and each deck gives you clear instructions on how to use them.

The Heart Path Oracle Cards – Nadine Gordan-Taylor

Beautifully illustrated with images of animals, birds, insects, plants esoteric symbols, and transformative myths from around the world, the 53 full-colour cards of  The hearth Path Oracle cards offer a gateway to the invisible – a gateway into the path of the heart.  Working with the cards, you step through a portal uniting you with you higher consciousness.  Immersing yourself in the vivid art on each card will help you activate and align with the loving energies that resonate and confirm you own soul-self.

For each card, artist Nadine Gordon-Taylor offers an explanation of its title and symbolism, a channelled message of love, and an affirmation to implement the message of the card in you life.

Designed to be felt rather than intellectually experienced, the symbols on the cards are your mentors and offer profound insight to help you along your path.  When you choose a card you are intuitively guides to what is a the most right for you at the moment.  Trust that process and know that you are held in the heart of Divine love.


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