A Medicine Woman is any person who has recognised and actualised their female powers, acting with intuition, love, and creative force to make this world 'home' for all generations to come. The creator takes pains to reassue that this deck is not specifically aimed at women only, despite its name, which came about due to the idea of the feminine healing energies that we are trying to reclaim. The evolution of humanity and your daily encounters There are many levels through which these beings of Medicine Woman Tarot will be working with you. It does an excellent job explaining the ideology behind the deck. The images also show tribal settings, but this is not based around a specific tribal culture: Something that surprised me when I received the deck, as I was expecting it to focus on the Native American culture. The Medicine Woman Tarot honors Mother Earth and respects all beings, embodied and in spirit. Using it with the inner guide book may make it easier to further your study of these cards which honor Mother Earth.
This deck, created by Carol Bridges, is another treasure. Be receptive to new people who come into your life. The following instructions are intended as a quick reference guide to your Tarot readings. The Court cards have been re-invented as well and are Apprentice, Totem, Harvest Lodge and Exemplar. I love using these cards and my clients love to look at them as I am reading for them. The images on the cards, whilst not being traditional, are easy to interpret and read, and the meanings are mostly traditional anyway. The Charioteer is nothing if not self-sufficient.
It reminds one of those daily meditations books, only better. Overall, this deck is easy to use once it has been explored, and has artwork which I personally find very open, honest, and attractive. It becomes apparant after sifting through this deck a couple of times that the images a figures within them are primarily female, and indeed three of the four suits have women as their 'main characters'. To me, it's easier to look at the card and know what's going on just from the images. Medicine Woman Tarot Deck Review Medicine Woman Tarot Review by Michele Jackson If you would like to purchase this deck,.
I recommend this deck to anyone that is interested in the beliefs and ways of the Native American Indians and enjoys a -- simple, yet detailed deck. Let healing energy flow through you and re-energize your system. The deck looks as if it were done in ink and watercolor. Using our intuition to see the paths before us, and the nurturing ways of the mother. She studied psychology, women's issues, and art at the University of Iowa. Review by Adrienne First and foremost the intricate details on these cards cannot be seen so please don't dismiss them from first glance. As a seasoned warrior, the Charioteer is called upon to be extra attentive to the way ahead.
The wreathes are not the same on each card. General Meaning The Chariot Tarot card points to a triumphal feeling of freedom, as if the Charioteer is being paraded through the streets as a hero or heroine. Each card shows scenes, which in my opinion, are more closely related to everyday life and easier to understand than some of the more fantasy-like decks. The 1990 version is colored. These cards read like a dream, the energy just flows through them and the readings that I have given from using these cards are extremely detailed and spiritual. I feel that the Goddess, in all her infinite wisdom, guided her to it. It is certainly a refreshing and interesting blend, and one which distinguishes this deck from most others of the same theme.
To use the Medicine Woman Tarot deck, you must become friends with It The deck speaks not only to the intellect, but to the body, emotions and spirit. The suit of Pipes or Wands in a traditional set is associated with air. Today is a great day to do activities that make you feel empowered, strong and in the flow of life — such as dancing, running or swimming in the ocean at night. The four cards that correspond to the traditional court cards are: apprentice page , totem knight , lodge queen , and exemplar king. The traditional Pentacles are Stones, Wands are Pipes, Swords are Arrows, and Cups are Bowls. I plan on keeping my fortunate find and using it daily for many years to come! When we got it home, I laid each card out and gazed at the wonderful artwork and poured over the book. To give a brief background to this deck before I got into details however, I shall say that its purpose, other than to be a deck for people to read with, is to help people, both men and women, regain the feminine healing energy that many people in the West are brought up to neglect nowadays.
Kim Huggens is a 24 year old PhD student in the Ancient History and Archaeology department of Cardiff University. Every single thing in the cards seems to have meaning of some sort: Even the way the titles of the Major Arcana are written! The Chariot advises that you be prepared for changes that might include a move or an opportunity to travel. They are very earthy with animals, nature and rainbows — a very relaxing deck of cards. She uses fem This book came to me in a strange way. The card in the Advice position suggests a course of action which will harmonize what you want with what is currently possible. I gave my friend a copy of A Course in Miracles and he gave me this tarot set. The Major Arcana have been reinterpreted to incorporate Native American spiritual ideas.
A beautiful deck, and one that I'm sure many will benefit from. Another quality I love about this deck is the size. Like the nervous system which receives, integrates, and transmits knowledge, the consciousness goes through these same three stages to accomplish major life changes. The Lodge, which bears a correlation between the womb of the Queen, usually holds resources used in the 'story', or shows the harvest which came from the 'story'. In addition the minors have their images wreathed. To give a brief background to this deck before I got into details however, I shall say that its purpose, other than to be a deck for people to read with, is to help people, both men and women, regain the feminine healing energy that many people in the West are brought up to neglect nowadays.
I found this deck to be very easy to read and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys nature and the tribal symbols. Each position is explained in thorough detail, and does a great job of relating the reader to their significance. The art is simple line drawings of a fair quality colored primarily in pastels and warm colors. In all of the suits, the Apprentice is represented by the 'main character' of the suit's story, as they began their journey, and the Exempler is represented by that same character when they are older, and have the benefit of their experience. The creator takes pains to reassure that this deck is not specifically aimed at women only, despite its name, which came about due to the idea of the feminine healing energies that we are trying to reclaim.
I decided to check it out, and fell in love with it instantly! I recommend this deck to anyone that is interested in the beliefs and ways of the Native American Indians and enjoys a simple, yet detailed deck. Review by Carol Bridges I acquired my deck much by accident, while attending an estate sale. I gave my friend a copy of A Course in Miracles and he gave me this tarot set. It shows some tribal scenes which are quite modern: the people in it are wearing modern clothes for instance, and some which are not modern, where perhaps the character is a Shaman, kneeling in his circle with his tools in front of him. I find the beauty of the art as well as the colors used allows my intuition to float to a higher level than I reach with many other decks.