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Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck

Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck
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The soothing paintings by popular wilderness artist, Jody Bergsma, merge images of myth and nature to help you discover the secrets of creation. Whether you choose a single card or perform one of several spreads described, Spirit of the Wheel guides you with gentle prayers and powerful prophecies along the spirit pathways toward self-discovery.

Set includes:
  • 40-card deck
  • Cards measure 3.375” x 4.75”
  • 17" x 20" medicine wheel layout poster
  • 60-page guidance booklet
  • Jody Bergsma is an award-winning children's book illustrator and is well known for her Natural Elements paintings inspired by her relationship to the natural world. Jody also creates popular inspirational and fantasy art giftware. Her artwork will be featured in U.S. Games Systems' forthcoming Magical Times Oracle Deck.

    Linda Ewashina has combined a nursing background with spiritual practices in her work as a professional healer. Linda is a Reiki Master and teacher, an intuitive life reader, and an Angel therapy practitioner. She has worked with the medicine wheel for over 15 years.


    SKU SW40
    Weight 1.00 lbs
    ISBN 978-1-57281-545-2
    Size Box measures 4-5/8" x 7-1/4" ; Cards measure 3-1/4" x 4-3/4"
    Author Linda Ewashina
    Artist Jody Bergsma
    $25.95
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    • WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT SPIRIT OF THE WHEEL MEDITATION DECK:

      This deck has awesome artwork and three word reminders on each card concerning the meaning described in the little book that comes in the deck. My recommendation is to lay the cards out on the floor in a medicine wheel (chart Included) so you can see how each card correlates and is placed in the Medicine wheel. I also burned sage and walked in a circle around the wheel blessing it and giving it my own personal power. I am picky about the tools I use for ritual, prayer and guidance. These cards speak to me, about the circle of life and walking it.

      -- Thunderhands


      The moment I received Spirit of the Wheel I knew that I had made a wise choice. I was truly excited and elated when it arrived and I opened the package to discover a truly beautiful and powerful deck.

      Being of Native American heritage and brought up on the Native traditional path by my Blackfeet grandmother, I can honestly say I was very skeptical at first. I have seen many pseudo-native oracles and decks of so called native teaching but this deck is genuine and accurate. It is very easy to understand and a very pleasing medium to work with. Having done tarot readings myself for many years and working with many many decks I can say I was impressed and delighted when I used this deck in a reading with a client for the first time.

      -- Crowdancer


      I am Odawa/Potawatomi and believe that Gitchi Manitou did not give all the wisdom to one group of people, so recently became acquainted with oracle cards. I wanted some that I could use to do readings for my family and others back on the rez. Spirit of the Wheel portrays clans, moons, and manitous in a reverent, respectful way. The cards invite questions as opposed to hammering out ideas. This is a good cultural match for us, as most NDNs know that we all have to find our own path, and seek our own vision.

      The suggested layouts are unique and have a nice feel to them (the pipe and sacred circle are very good). The booklet has some powerful ideas to guide you, but the cards are so clear that you will interpret them spontaneously for whatever the situation is.

      If you are looking for Native oracle cards that will not offend your ancestors, your family, or your own cultural sensibilities, try this deck. It is probably the one you are seeking.

      -- Honor Girl