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Oracle Cards As A Divination Tool

click here for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comOracle cards are quite different from Tarot cards. They are easier and not as complex to read as the traditional Tarot, and there are a plethora of different oracle card decks available. Personally I own over 20 decks and I realize I have barely skimmed the surface of all of the versions available. To get started there are many reputable lists and rankings available online.

Oracle card creators represent different philosophies, traditions and belief systems, and therefore each deck is unique. Oracle card decks typically contain about 56 cards, or less. Each card has its own meaning. Oracle cards are typically prophetic and can be used for many different purposes.

I like to pull an oracle card every morning, just to give me an idea of the kind of day I will have. The nice thing about them is they do not need to be put in a specific spread the way one typically does when working with the Tarot. You can pull as many as you feel is best for you.

It’s impossible to make a mistake when using oracle cards because they operate within the infallible Law of Attraction. This means that your inquiries will always attract the perfect cards as answers. Each one you pull will exactly match the vibration of the question ~ Doreen Virtue

The best thing about oracle cards is that you can choose decks with themes that appeal to you personally. They are all about magnetic resonance with the intentions we set and the Law of Attraction. As long as you set the right intention of what you’re trying to learn or achieve, the ideal decks and correct cards will come forward. It’s practically foolproof if you know how to really listen to your inner guidance!

Where modern Tarot decks are just replications or similar versions of the traditional deck, oracle cards are usually dissimilar with their own unique system. Another difference between Tarot and oracle cards is that Tarot cards can be read if they come up reversed instead of right side up, while oracle card are typically the same no matter which side faces up.

So what exactly is an oracle card? Well, they are divination tools that provide metaphysical answers, advice and guidance to questions we might have. What makes most oracle cards so easy to use is that you do not necessarily need to have memorized a guide book, or studied complex definitions. Usually, oracle cards have some type of names or words printed on them that give a brief hint or description of what the card is trying to tell us.

Using cards might seem difficult at first but there are no real right or wrong ways to use them. If your intent is clear and you use the cards with good intent and love, you can’t go far wrong. The instruction booklet is useful to give you ideas but in the end, the best way to use the cards is the way which brings you the most enjoyment ~ Jacky Newcomb

I love to use oracle cards as a psychic. You could get the same card three times for three different clients and it means something different for each individual. Oracle cards are primarily interpreted by their images and what stands out to the reader in that moment. Maybe in a specific card there might be a small purple butterfly in the background, together with people and unicorns in the forefront, but in a specific reading, the purple butterfly may be what stands out to the reader. For this reason the psychic needs to listen to their psychic gifts and intuition. What is this purple butterfly representing? What are my clients guides trying to tell me?

I highly recommend, if you are interested in trying out some of your intuitive gifts, to get a good deck of oracle cards and do some readings for yourself. It’s all about intention and intuition. If you have questions about what comes up, ask your psychic. The more information and experience you have the clearer your readings will be.

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