How can an Oracle card reading help you?
Have you ever heard of Oracle Card Readings and want to learn more about how it can help you?
Well, you are in the right place. Let’s get started!
What are oracle cards, you may ask?
Oracle cards are a tool of divination (translating energy from the spirit or higher consciousness to bring guidance, knowledge, messages and inspiration).
They are the new and more modern version of the famously known Tarot cards (A 78 card deck including a major and minor arcana) Oracle decks are more personalized to the creator of the deck, making it easier to read. They vary from the theme and don’t have as many cards nor follow the same principles of the tarot. This fact makes oracle card readings more relatable to the receiver.
How does it work?
The Oracle reader begins by setting the intention of the reading depending on their client’s current situation or the questions they may have. As the reader starts to shuffle the cards, the client’s energies begin to influence the cards in which the reader is guided to pull, giving a clear and relatable message to the receiver.
This process is a personal experience for the client. They may choose to share with the reader their thoughts and relatability to the cards that have been drawn. The reader may be guided to share details about the cards and give insight on what the cards might be conveying to the client.
How to prepare and how a reading can help you
Whether you’re a skeptic or not, keeping an open mind with no expectations for a reading is ideal. Getting an Oracle card reading is like “getting a bird’s eye view” on our life circumstances or burning questions.
The reading allows us to shift/open our perspectives and ways of thinking towards a specific situation that may be causing us tension, distress or grief.
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