Mystical Shaman Oracle Cards by Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.

    Mystical Shaman Oracle Cards

    by  Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D., Colette Baron-Reid

    Card Decks 35.99 USD $35.99

    List Price: $39.99 (Save 10%)

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    Publisher: Hay House, Inc.

    Publication Date: 3/27/18

    ISBN: 9781401952501

    Legends say that before there was time, before there was language, there were the sacred symbols. The Medicine Wheel, the Curse, the Eagle, the Jaguar, and others spoke to us intimately. In their countless manifestations, they offered hope, expressed caution, illuminated opportunity, inspired creation, courted power, and shared knowledge. The sacred symbols belong to the realm of archetypes and the collective unconscious, the spiritual common ground shared by peoples modern and ancient.

    Now, three master teachers and healers—Alberto Villoldo, Colette Baron-Reid, and Marcela Lobos—have brought their wisdom and talents together to offer a doorway into the realm of the sacred symbols with the Mystical Shaman Oracle. When you consult the oracle, you summon power and insight that can help you understand the present, heal the past, and influence the course of your future.

    We can become our own prophets and visionaries. We can converse directly with Spirit, dialogue with the forces of nature, speak with the great archetypes—the ancient gods—without intermediaries. No one needs to stand between the Creator and you, or between you and the great powers of nature.

    By Wendy on Apr 04, 2018

    This Oracle Deck is beautifully articulated and illustrated. The messages received are timely while bring an expanded view point. I am sharing them with others. The guide book is a little cumbersome and a challenge to carry with the cards.

    By Carol on Mar 30, 2018

    This is a gorgeous deck and the meanings are well thought out and relevant. Like many of Colette Baron-Reid's oracle decks, this one is a must-have. My only issue is that, while it is beautiful and the presentation is beautiful, I was disappointed that the card deck and book do not both fit in the deck's box, a key feature on all of the other decks. That means I must carry them separately, and the book will not take the abuse as the cover is larger than the pages of text (and softcover). It's a must own deck, but I likely will only be able to use it at home, where the guidebook is better protected.