- Cards: 113 pages
- Publisher: Hay House (19 February 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1401956440
- ISBN-13: 978-1401956448
- Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 5.4 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 658 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
In addition to her mediumship and spiritual teaching, Colette is the CEO and founder of Oracle School and the creator of the InVision Process , a deep transformational meditation process that retrains the subconscious mind to release unhelpful habits and beliefs, allowing you to pursue all types of goals-from losing weight to leading a new project at work-with greater confidence and success.
With over 30 years of experience with clients in 29 countries, Colette finds solace and relaxation in being present in her every day. When she's not writing books, delighting audiences, or working with clients, she's usually riding her Harley (yes, you read that right), hanging out with her husband and two Pomeranians on her farm in Canada, or somewhere fun in the USA. Website- www.colettebaronreid.com
From the Publisher
This gorgeous, deluxe-packaged oracle deck is letting you know that it will serve as your sparkling bridge between the seen and unseen worlds, taking you from the mundane to the mystical. It will guide you to your deepest truth, empower you to choose freedom from the captivity of your old conditioning, and bring you to a new heightened state of awareness so you can co-create a life beyond your wildest dreams!
What a beautiful gift for you from the Goddess Power Oracle!
This spread is called the New Moon Intention Activation Spread. It can be done as part of a ritual on the new moon or anytime you want to involve the magic of manifesting, so you can focus your energies and plant the seeds of your most cherished desires.
Choose six cards to reveal the magic of the new moon. Consider invoking Nyx, the Greek goddess of darkness, the night, and mysteries.
Aphrodite invites you to fall in love with your life now and choose to look for the essence and expression of love all around you. By doing so, love will increase tenfold, and you will see evidence of it everywhere you turn. This is your sacred task when Aphrodite chooses to aid and empower you.
Cerridwyn reminds you of the power that resides in the womb of your heart and the chalice of your mind. Imagine greatness and there will be greatness; envision peace and there will be peace. Choose love, choose gratitude, and choose faith in the Divine magic that flows through you. These are the only ingredients needed for the Cerridwyn to work her transformation magic on your behalf.
Leizi, mother of lightning, brings revelations into your life with a flash. You know without a doubt that you are on the right track as deep understanding sinks into your very soul. Leizi gifts you this as a result of all the hard work you have put in to dismantling your old self and making space for who you want to become.
Saraswati asks you to enter her domain of art, language, knowledge, music, and poetry, and make this commitment to go the distance. Immerse yourself body, mind, and spirit in discovering all aspects of what is at hand. No matter what question you've come to explore, the goddess Saraswati reminds you that the pursuit of mastery is never ending, so enjoy every minute of it.
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As a fan of Hay House, I was reintroduced to Colette through their free online workshop promoting The Certified Card Reader Online Course. I enjoyed Colette's approach to reading cards and creating oracle decks and listened to some of her YouTube interviews. I signed up for her newsletter, which is how I came to learn about and excitedly purchase her Goddess Power Oracle cards. I returned the card deck to Amazon. I was asked to give a 200 character reason for the return and selected the best option - misleading website description. I realized that I have for more words to write than can be typed in 200 characters.
“Colette Baron-Reid delivers a gorgeous” – the design on the back of all of the cards is very difficult to discern, the gold is so faint it makes the cards look cheap. “deluxe-packaged oracle deck” – this is definitely correct for the boxing by Hay House. However, the matte finish of the cards makes them difficult to shuffle and dulls the pictures. The font printing of the guidebook text is so faint and small I struggled to read the descriptions. The unusual font on the cards themselves is so difficult to read that I couldn’t tell if I was seeing a 1 or a 4, a 2 or a 7, and I often couldn’t read the first letter of the name of the goddess.
“to enhance interactive and meaningful conversations with the Divine Feminine aspect of the universe” I can’t find a definition of Divine Feminine anywhere in the guidebook. The lack of definition makes it difficult to understand how to have a ‘conversation with the ‘Divine Feminine’. Currently there are so many definitions on line that I really wanted Colette’s concept. Unfortunately, without a pronunciation guide I can’t invoke the goddess to have the conversation.
“Drawing upon the symbolic energy of many goddesses from ancient cultures around the world” For me this is the most egregious error in the description. The cards lack symbolic representation of the goddesses and their culture. Many of the goddesses from different cultures have the same geometric swirl imagery that is ambiguous and has no relevance to the specific goddess. The title and message box at the bottom of the cards is so large that it dramatically cuts down on space that could have been used for imagery that would evoke ‘symbolic energy’.
“this oracle deck provides loving and clear guidance to those who seek it” “Striking, elegant interpretations of 52 goddesses from cultures all over the world await you in Goddess Power Oracle.” The over-sized guidebook has no section for describing the goddesses themselves and from which culture they were derived. I understand and whole-heartedly support Colette in her intention to go beyond the past myths and allow the goddesses to tell a current story that can inform our present lives. However, many of the ‘meanings’ are only remotely tied to the specific goddesses and could have been tied to many other images other than this goddess.
“…the oracle leaves room for an evolving story.” I couldn’t find a story line in the meanings of the guidebook for each goddess, which would allow me as the reader to tell an intuitive story. I was left feeling ungrounded in the Divine Feminine that has flowed from the past and into our present.
This oracle deck is priced far above any other oracle deck by this author, therefore I expected the description to be met and exceeded!
Overall, I feel very connected to this. It is very supportive, accurate, empowering, & encouraging. Helping to look within ourselves to find what we need to heal or address & how to. Sometimes yes the truth may sting a bit, but it is the truth we need to know & I feel this deck delivers that.
First card I drew asking the energy of this deck was 39 Nyx which seemed like it has a sarcastic sense of humor all on its own with that card as it asks basically to wait for Divine Timing. Some secrets are meant to be revealed when they are meant to be.
The only issue I really had was the packaging where the sleeve was extremely tight to remove, but that I overlook as the deck is what really matters.
Then I looked through the book. I like the way it is presented, with the goddess on the left page and the text flowing from there to the right page. All you see for each goddess without having to turn the page. I have not read the entire book yet, as I am writing this a few minutes after opening.
I appreciate that Colette introduces this as a way of liberating the feminine and masculine to rise equally, while respecting a woman’s heart in the Oracle deck. Her work is so very interesting to me and I enjoy her HayHouse shows and lessons she gives. I’m sure many feel she is a soul sister with her humor and insight!
I also have appreciation for Colette’s models for this deck. Fun to find out who they are and learn their work as well.
I feel younger age groups would find this deck user friendly and understandable. I will be buying these for my granddaughters who are 12 and 14 years old. This deck is wonderful for the more seasoned readers/users, as well. I hope you find this helpful if you are wondering and wanted to buy it as a gift to give.
The cards are stored in a box within the carry/storage box which opens from the side and lifts up. This larger box is enveloped with a paper sleeve that slides off. The guidebook is a larger size. The packaging and guidebook are similar to her Mystical Shaman oracle deck. The cards shuffle freely and slide easily. They are made of a durable card stock.