Successfully Kickstarted in 2018, this tarot deck features a kaleidoscope of color and dramatic figures that recall an editorial fashion spread–a unique tool for unlocking creativity and inspiration.
In this bold, colorful, stylized deck, the traditional tarot suits are recast as Emotions (Cups), Inspiration (Wands), Voices (Swords), and Materials (Pentacles), delivering messages from the source of inspiration to stoke the spark of the user's unique creative genius. These contemporary reimaginings of Rider-Waite archetypes and symbolism are powerful advisors illuminating the path toward invention, infused with muse energy and wildly eclectic spirit.
The detailed guidebook that accompanies this deck contains not just the meanings of each card, but poetry and inspiration to give the user even more insight into each reading. Whether the user is an artist, writer, mother, or entrepreneur, every soul is the architect of her own life, a creator mapping the path forward through the desert, inspired by the whispers of the muses.
This Tarot and it's creator's is an absolutely amazingly creative soul. Their website is glorious, and adds another dimension to this deck. Click here to check out themusetarot.com
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- The answer is a resounding yes!
The second most popular question I'm asked is "What is the difference between the two?"
- The short answer is that oracle cards give you the opportunity to find a more deeply intuitive reading, probably due because there is no real tradition to the cards. Tarot is more structured, and can take some time to learn. That being said, you can most definitely pick up a tarot deck and understand what they are telling you!
- All of our decks come with guidebooks designed to do absolutely that - to teach and guide you on your divination journey. I recommend oracle cards to anyone who is starting out - you can make them be whatever you want them to be - which will inspire you to try and keep practising.
My message to you is don't beat yourself up if you're struggling in the first part - learning to trust your intuition is a skill.
I am not an expert in either oracle or tarot - but I am a lover of both! Shine bright, Pauline x
Title: TC: Muse Tarot, The
Publisher: Hay House
Publication Date: 01/04/2020