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Bodhiseed

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  1. The PetraK is simple in some ways, but the jewel tone colors she uses are beautiful. I'm a fan of hand-drawn and painted decks.
  2. Herbcrafter's Tarot paired with the Green Wheel Oracle. Hugs to anyone that needs one. (I get one when I give one. :) )
  3. Oh my, Draco looks like a bundle of cuddly energy - thanks for posting the photo, VG (and for the new thread). I'm in with the Victoria Regina Tarot paired with the Alchemist’s Oracle (aka Connected and Free). Welcome to the DoW group, Glitch!
  4. Tarot of the Absurd and Post-psychedelic Cyberpunk for me - thanks VG!
  5. Welcome back, RavenOfSummer! I'm in this week with the Anna K Tarot and Meditation Cards. Thanks for the new thread, VG. Hope you find your camera and shoes!
  6. Welcome to the DoW group 40knows! I've got the b&w version of the Tabula Mundi, and I really like it.
  7. World Spirit Tarot and Mystic Glyphs for me - thank you VGimlet!
  8. Thank you, VG. We might need a photo of that new puppy...
  9. Internet is back up - yeah! I'm in this week with the Tarot Lukumi and the Diloggun Cards. This week I'll be using the Tarot Lukumi, a deck created by Caelum Rainieri, Ivory Andersen and Raphael Montoliu. It is published by Dal Negro. The oracle deck I'll be using this week is the Diloggun Cards, a digital set created through the use of art by Mase Lobe. Each card is associated with an Ifa ethic as well as a proverb, with information from a book by Ifa Karade called The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts. Today's draws are the Wheel of Fortune and Oyeku (two mouths): This card shows the Tablet of Ifa, a divination tool of Orunmila (the spirit of wisdom)that uses nuts. The horse tail whip (iruke) was used to chase away bad energies while the deer antler was associated with Ochosi, the Orisha of justice. It is thought that through sacrifice, bad energies could be changed into good energies. This Wheel of Fortune feels a bit like walking onto the stage of This is Your Life, but with an intervention twist. Life is not all about the luck of the draw; a lot has to do with my attitudes and actions as I navigate the world. Oyeku (a throw with two cowrie shells up) is associated with the following ethic and proverb: Ifa: The prevalence of temper outbursts and cursing are the causes of difficulty in one’s life. Proverb: Ashes fly back in the face of he who throws them. Blame, self-justification and rationalization are easily employed when life isn't progressing as I'd like. But the bottom line is that the thoughts I focus on, how I communicate, and my behavior has a lot to do with how the scales are weighted. Pure awareness transcends thinking. It allows you to step outside the chattering negative self-talk and your reactive impulses and emotions. It allows you to look at the world once again with open eyes. And when you do so, a sense of wonder and quiet contentment begins to reappear in your life. ~Mark Williams and Danny Penman
  10. Internet outage in my area for four days now. Hope to join y'all soon!
  11. Squee, that is a cute card! Glad to have you joining us this week, Saturn!
  12. Perhaps you could put meaningful quotes or poems in it? Or you could collect pictures from magazines, cards, etc. that you find beautiful to put in there. It could be a lift on days when you're feeling down.
  13. Happy Birthday to one of the kindest folks I've ever met on a forum. Hope you have a day full of fun and happiness.
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