- Cards: 248 pages
- Publisher: Hay House Inc (1 October 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781401952792
- ISBN-13: 978-1401952792
- ASIN: 1401952798
- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 5.7 x 13.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,138 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Spirit Animal Oracle: A 68-Card Deck and Guidebook Cards – 1 Oct 2018
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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.
From the Publisher
- 68 beautifully illustrated cards
- Guidebook to teach you how to work with the deck
Welcome to the world of the Spirit Animal Oracle!
Each of the 68 cards in this deck depict a symbolic representation of an animal, insect, fish, or bird, and carries with it a message of wisdom to support and guide you to discover beauty and treasure in your life, to shine a light when you feel lost in the dark and to direct you to uncover what you may have overlooked.
The energy of Spirit Animals is always all around us.
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As with all her decks, there is an accompanying guidebook, which is in alphabetical order, which I personally really like. If you love Colette’s decks and messages, I highly recommend that you add this to your collection. May spirit guide you.
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The deck contains 68 cards that depict a nice variety of creatures, great and small. Reid did not cover everything. She states that she only included the animals that communicated to her that they wanted to be included in this project. Some animals took themselves out of the deck to make room for others that wanted to come through.
Unlike other decks that provide you with a lot of background on the animals, their behavior and significance, Reid’s interpretations are just messages channeled to her directly from these animal spirits. Like some of her other decks, there is a message to read when the card appears to you upright (“oracle message”) and a “protection” message for you to read when the card falls in reverse. Besides the one-card draw, she provides a couple of layout ideas for the cards. I look forward to trying Reid’s New Moon reading, the next chance I get.
As an added bonus, there is a phrase on each card that can certainly add to the message you are receiving. For example, if I draw three cards, I like to put those three phrases into a cohesive whole to provide me with further insight; summing up the cards I just read. Here’s an example from drawing three cards at random (right now). I drew Spider Spirit (reversed), Flamingo Spirit, and Skunk Spirit. The phrases in order were: Make your dreams real; embrace the in-between; know your worth. If I put it together in order, I get: “Make your dreams real by embracing the in-between and knowing your worth”.
The cards are a bit on the larger side; the box is well constructed and sturdy enough to hold them and the 204-page guidebook. The animal artwork by artist Jenna DellaGrottaglia is visually appealing, captivating, and a joy to explore. But, the artwork did leave me with a question. Why do some cards depict animals with crowns (associated with royalty) on their heads while others do not have one? At first I thought it was just the birds that had crown, but some of the animals do as well. I am not sure I read an explanation for this in the accompanying book.
I’ve been drawing one card daily and came up with a chant to say while I shuffle: “What animal spirit ally/is coming out to play/and coming to assist me/on my journey today? I sincerely give, in advance,/my heartfelt thanks to you--/for any advice you can share/your unique point of view.” Today I drew the “White Raven Spirit” card which has the phrase, “Trust in the magic”. I do…. oh I do!
I find Collette Baron Reid to be a very gifted author and creator of divine wisdom decks. Like most of her other works, this deck will inspire, inform, and guide you and the people you share it with. It is definitely a worthwhile addition to a seeker’s divinatory library.
I’m really tempted to block the lettering out somehow because it’s cheesy and meaningless. Disappointed in the text and guidebook.
This could have been a well made deck if the creator had out more thought and substance into the text and booklet. Maybe it’s good for super beginners but that’s not me.