- Cards: 140 pages
- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Box Tcr Cr edition (May 8, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0738753858
- ISBN-13: 978-0738753850
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.5 x 6.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,954 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Alana Fairchild is the singing, dancing spiritual teacher from Australia. With students all around the world, Alana shares a message of love from the Divine Mother in all her many faces―compassionate and fierce, protective and wild―through unique events and her highly successful oracle decks, books and meditation CDs published through Blue Angel.
Alana's great passion is the human soul―protecting it, awakening it, igniting it with divine fire, so that each individual being can fulfil their potential and live the beautiful, creative, unique life that they were born to live.
Mario Duguay is an internationally recognised artist from Quebec, Canada. His artwork is infused with the vibrations of spirit, healing, and peace that he has experienced and embraced through his personal journey of self-discovery.~
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With that said, I confess that I don't feel this was her best work. Maybe it is just me, maybe I had so many expectations with this deck and I had the feeling that I missed something...Something felt off between this deck and me...I don't know how to explain. I will give this deck another try and see how it goes. Maybe I need to connect more with the cards, meditate more on their messages... It is just that after owning some of her decks, I feel this one somehow was different....
The deck was a little slanted towards Christianity - an unfortunate fact since as a long term energy healer and lightworker I can attest that though all light workers respect all religions not all light workers work with angels or Christ consciousness. However, that's the personal leanings of the illustrator and all divine messages are filtered by the vessel, this leaning isn't why this deck achieved four stars instead of five.
I removed one star from the rating for two reasons. The less important of the reasons is that some of the cards were a bit predictable; but the real reason is the booklet that comes with the deck. Despite the beauty of the deck, it would have been nice for a bit more explanation about each card. The booklet is close to useless and in truth I had to look up most of the cards on the internet.
In short lovely deck that needs a better booklet.
One rather large issue I have is that this deck has only one person in it with brown skin...a baby boy. Also her Sacred Rebel deck has zero. So if you are a Sacred Rebel, or a lightworker and you were born into this world with a darker hue of the rainbow, you will not see yourself reflected back in Alana Fairchilds decks. (If you are Asian, you will see plenty of reflections of yourself in her Sacred Rebels deck.) I try not to make much of it since then my focus is on lack rather than love. However, that challenge is one that it is inevitable while using her decks. Perhaps part of my own souls journey, to score extra karmic forgiveness from this vantage point. (I'm mixed -- my mother is a tall and beautiful blonde woman and my father is black. So, I tend to look at everyone as just human and will be the last to bring up issues of race.)
Everyone is entitled to create a deck with whomever and whatever they choose. But I wonder why, someone as filled with light and wisdom as Alana Fairchild is with the goal of service to the light, why she can't include even one brown person in this deck? Brown people are also light workers and healers and we are all on this journey together and those of us who feel the calling to help heal the planet also need support so that we can bring more energy of love to our beloved Gaia. Yes, there are "answer" decks from people of color as well. And this is all so exhausting to me. We are all one, correct? If we can't get this basic down in the spiritual community, how can we expect to help spread love outwardly? I expect separatism from the kkk but not those who are resonating with spirit. It's like separate water fountains. So ironic to me and really hard to wrap my brain around. As we know, our souls don't have a color. I've rolled it around and debated posting this because I don't want to create more of a gap than this world already has but it is a plea to Alana, who is my favorite, to include more people of color in her decks.
As one of my favorite of her cards, #29 "Seeing The True You" says, "There may be those around you that are able to select you more faithfully, and even help you see more of your own greatness and beauty. These are the souls blessed with inner stillness. In the clear waters of their ocean of consciousness, ou can come to recognize yourself with clearer perception. However, there are those who have not tended to their own ocean, and are unable to be still enough to genuinely receive and reflect your light back to you. There is no judgement here. Each takes the path of self-healing that is available and appropriate at any given time..." So, Alana, please calm your ocean enough to see the light in me. I will continue to buy your lovely and helpful decks. Namaste.