Goddess Guidance Oracle Cards

Goddess Guidance Oracle Cards

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By (author) Doreen Virtue

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  • Publisher: Hay House Inc
  • Format: Cards | 44 pages
  • Dimensions: 99mm x 137mm x 33mm | 295g
  • Publication date: 23 September 2004
  • Publication City/Country: Carlsbad
  • ISBN 10: 1401903010
  • ISBN 13: 9781401903015
  • Edition statement: Parental Adviso.
  • Sales rank: 1,850

Product description

The powerful, wise, and loving goddesses want to help you to realize your full potential! The 44 goddess cards in this deck will help answer your questions and give you guidance about personal and spiritual growth. The goddesses are from Celtic, Egyptian, African, Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, and other cultures, and they work beautifully with your angels and fit in with any spiritual path. With the gorgeous artwork and enclosed guidebook, you'll get to know these goddesses intimately. You'll form relationships with Quan Yin, Green Tara, Lakshmi, and other benevolent deities; and you'll find out whom to call upon for specific issues. Doreen Virtue has created this easy-to-use deck to help you give accurate readings for yourself and others.

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Dr Doreen Virtue is a spiritual psychotherapist who works with the angelic realm including the fairies. Dr Virtue is the author of 23 books on MBS issues. She rediscovered her childhood clairvoyancy when she reacted to a life-saving message sent to her from a guardian angel. Her practice then naturally evolved into 'Angel Therapy' in which she combines her skills as a Doctor of Psychology with her spiritual abilities working with the angelic, elemental, and ascended master realms.

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'Doreen Virtue is the undisputed queen of angel scene' The Bookseller 'A West Coast Goddess' - Saturday Telegraph Magazine