"[T]he most original contribution to the battery of tools for deep self-exploration and psychotherapy in years." -- Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D. Author, Psychology of the Future, Adventure of Self-Discovery, Holotropic Mind
A terrific resource for spiritual circles, womens clubs, study groups, and anyone interested in archetypes or divination. Most highly recommended. -- Fearless Reviews, October, 2001
Fine examples of cards made by regular folks are given how to handle the language of symbols and dreams. -- Midwest Book Review, July 2001
In this exciting, spiritual craft book, readers combine intuition with imagery to make personalized Tarot-like cards A handsome and well-presented guide. --Todays Librarian, December 20, 2001
From the Publisher
1)The easy steps for making and consulting the cards
2)How to work with the language of symbols, dreams, and archetypes
3)Suggested suits for your deck (personality parts, community, archetypes, energies, dreams)
4)How to set the mood so that even shy people can say what the card is telling them
5)Ways to encourage inner wisdom to bubble up and answer your deepest questions
We are pleased to bring Seena Frosts deeply satisfying, creative process to others in this wonderful book. We expect the process will find many unexpected uses. SoulCollage has already been used with children, elders, in therapy, in deep spiritual exploration groups, in trainings, and in womens groups. One writer made a card for each of her characters in the plot of her novel and sets the cards up for inspiration by her computer as she works.
There are more than 200 examples in the book of this process, showing extraordinary cards made by ordinary people. The book contains eight pages of these cards in color. More can be seen on the books website. S. Adrian, in a review of SoulCollage in "Fearless Reviews," says: Numerous examples from custom-made decks show you what these cards can look like. I was so captivated by the images in the book that I wished I could buy a deck of them! When you start making your own deck you will feel like that about your own cards, only more so. Many cards have a universal appeal because they reach beyond our individual stories and into the deep well where all of us share the same water of Spirit.
This is a multi-leveled, creative process which anyone can do All you need is a good pair of scissors, pre-cut matboard cards (also available in packs of a dozen cards), glue, and images you can cut out from magazines, greeting cards, personal photos, postcards, catalogues, and calendars. It is wonderful to have other people with whom to share the process. The cards are fun to take to a friends house, to work with in therapy or support groups, or to keep on your coffee table. There are many examples in the book about how to use the cards in groups.