Last week, I wrote a post about the notion of interviewing the card decks we use for divination purposes, with the intent of learning more about their purpose and energy.
In that post, I mentioned that I'd be interviewing all of the oracle decks I work with. That process begins with this post.
Let's get started with Oracle of the Angels by Mario Duguay.
What is your ideal purpose?
The ideal purpose of this deck is to register with the user and the querent their infinite potential as it is perceived by the realms of the angels and the one that is all that is. The purpose of this deck is to shower the user and the querent with the love and abiding faith of the angels and the service of the angels.
Wow. That feels like a blessing... a huge, vast blessing. Beautiful.
What is your energy form?
The energy form of the deck is that of a great blessing for the user and for the querent. The energy of a blessing is the energy of infinite potential. The energy of a blessing holds the promise and trust of all the angel realms.
Well. When I drew the card to answer this question, I enjoyed a you-can't-make-this-up moment given the answer from the previous question and my commentary on it. Love.
Who is your ideal querent?
The querent will be best a lightworker; one who is in understanding of his or her soul purpose, even if not yet aligned with it. The one who is a lightworker will feel the energy of the deck and understand with intuition how the angels are available to them.
Ooh... I really like that. To be clear, what's been said is that even if a lightworker hasn't full stepped into his or her path in that capacity, these cards will be beneficial for them through their understanding that they are a lightworker. Beautiful, again.
Who will benefit from working with you?
The person who will benefit from using these cards in their capacity as the divinator will have free access to their imagination and sense of curiosity and openness to what lies beyond the periphery of their human understanding. The inner child will understand the cards.
I'd term that a universal message for intuitive work as a whole, including divination. Giving our imagination free rein, which turns the volume up on our curiosity, is enormously helpful when it comes to all things intuition. It set the ego aside, which is vital.
Can anyone work with you regardless of experience?
Openness will create the environment within to accept the energy of the oracle. Permission given to the inner child to play freely will enhance the experience of any person who may wish to shuffle the cards and choose one for a blessing.
Oh, how I love that message. I would definitely consider this a deck appropriate for the complete novice or the experienced card reader. Its energy is "friendly" and hopeful and helpful, and infinitely loving. That pretty much sums up angel energy, right there.