The Alphabet for Lovers is a love & relationship oracle based on the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. It comes in a boxed set with 72 heart-shaped cards in an organza bag and a 104 page companion book (text only).
According to Orna Ben-Shoshan who is the creatrix of the cards as well as the companion book, this oracle can be used to look at the dynamics within all kinds of relationships, such as between family members and work colleagues, as well as lovers. For each of the cards, Orna has also included a section about what the cards might mean to someone who is single – handy indeed if you are looking for an oracle to help you manifest a love relationship!
This is not a fluffy oracle by any stretch of the imagination. It holds profound wisdom and covers every aspect of relating without shirking the dark corners and shadows: Continue reading
Having a great love for flowers and oracle cards, I remember how excited I was when I came across the Flower Spirit Cards by Melanie Eclare many years ago. Sadly, they are now out of print but you can still buy used copies cheap on Amazon.
Connecting with the spirits of flowers is one of the quickest way to open the heart to love – like laughter, flowers have the power to evaporate negativity and blocks to love.
Earth laughs in flowers.
- David LaCapelle
The more we choose to open our hearts to love in one area of our life, the easier it becomes to open the heart to unconditional love at all times, no matter what the situation. The Heart Chakra is not unlike a muscle in that it becomes stronger every time we choose to love.
Try pulling a card (or rune, or stave) each for how to create more loving relationships in these three areas: Continue reading
I don’t really do reviews but I wanted to share first impressions of the Romance Angels Oracle by Doreen Virtue which I received today because I feel it merits mention and might be of interest to readers of this blog.
Those of you already familiar with Doreen’s oracle decks will feel right at home with the format of this package. The box and cards are the same size as usual. These cards are slightly larger than tarot cards, especially width-wise and are made from sturdy, glossy card stock with gilt edges. The deck has a sumptuous feel which I really enjoy. Continue reading