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The Affirming and Intuitive Beauty of Oracle Cards


I was gifted my first deck of oracle cards by a dear friend and mentor. I initially remember feeling really intimidated by this beautiful gift. When I finally opened them, got to know them, and started using them, they became an integral part of my life. I love sharing them with you and those who walk through my shop doors. Grab a coffee or tea and let’s chat about what they are and how to use them.


Oracle cards are a collection of beautifully illustrated cards that usually come with a guidebook and are meant to be pulled with a sense of discernment, intuition.


Think of oracle cards as a divination tool. They are simple to use and do not require a previous knowledge or skill set (like with tarot) and the cards contain clearly worded messages. Because you don’t have to do full spreads, there are fewer rules than with tarot cards, they are easier to use and get right to the heart of it.


Oracle cards can be used daily for reflection, meditation, or in a tarot-inspired spread. They are meant to help you develop your intuition, self-love, inner beauty, and emotional well-being. One of the most common ways to use these inspirational oracle decks is a one card pull. Using the cards in this way gives you a focus for the day and tells you what the universe wants you to know. You can do these readings as often as you like, so it doesn’t have to be every day. It may be that you only draw a card when you’re in need of some spiritual and emotional support or guidance.


I love using these beautiful tools when I’m journaling, when I have a spare minute in the shop, and when we have customers who we intuitively pull for on any given day.


These stunning cards are another tool for us to use on our healing journeys. Feel free to ask for a one card pull when you’re in shop. I look forward to sharing this affirming gift with you. Praying you have an extraordinary day. If you want to see all the cards we have in shop check out our website link here. ♥️ Be Well, Blessed Ones.


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