Sunday, 4 February 2018

Mystical Wisdom

Circle Network Card Deck Review: Mystical Wisdom Card Deck written by Gaye Guthrie with artwork by Josephine Wall, published by US Games Inc. Pack contains 46 cards with explanatory booklet. £19.99
Each of the 46 cards carries a title, a concept related to the title, an image and an additional line of information. In the booklet, each card is given 100 word explanation on each of the goddesses with information on how to use the cards. Each card has a short mantra.
You can choose a single card for a quick insight into a particular situation you are seeking direction for. A three card spread is suggested for a week and a 12 card Celtic Cross spread for a more in depth reading.

Sample card: Self-Reliance carries the message: Don't Be Afraid to Fly Solo. You have the courage and fortitude to lovingly assert yourself and yout point of view. By doing so you gain respect and support from your friends, family and colleagues. It takes boldness and integrity to stand up for yourself and be counted, especially when no one else is supporting you. Trust yourself abd value your opinions and judgment. Flying solo is a challenge that takes courage abd confidence. This is your road to freedom. Become lion-hearted and know that your best protection is your own backbone! Use the mantra: If it is to be, it is up to me! William H Johnsen. 

The Animal Bond card shows a woman flying under the protective wings of an eagle, with many bird species flying alongside them. You are invited to stand up for all animals with the affirmation is ‘I have enough love for all species and I cultivate a special relationship with animals’. Your awareness is to notice the needs of wildlife, the plight of endangered species, and to adopt an unwanted, homeless pet.  
Gaye Guthrie is a coach and medium from Australia and Josephine Wall is a prolific and very popular artist from Surrey UK and won't disappoint the purchaser of this pack. Her artwork is a delight with its rich, ornate, mystical and detailed work which stands up to scrutiny under a jewellers' glass. It has a distinctive feminine beauty and it also utilises the wonder and delight of nature. Review by Wendy Stokes

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