As part of my participation in Ethony’s 31 Days of Tarot, I’m exploring – and divulging – my top (aka most-favored) oracle decks from 2016.
These are the four decks that received the most usage in 2016, and the most appreciation, too.
In fourth place…
Gabrielle Bernstein’s Miracles Now deck, which isn’t even an oracle deck. It’s an affirmation deck, and yet I used it as an oracle deck because that’s how I was guided to use it.
Powerful messages, meet powerful messages. That’s how the usage went. I’d draw a card, read the text as written, and then out would come a stream of intuitive guidance based on the text. Did I mention they’re powerful?
In third place…
Colette Baron-Reid’s The Enchanted Map deck, which is an actual oracle deck. This deck is absolutely fantastic for mapping; mind-mapping, business-mapping, life-mapping, energy-mapping, etc.
I especially found it guided the various life changes of many clients early in 2016 with great practicality, openness, and gentleness. The cards are gorgeous and the imagery truly lends itself to deep diving.
In second place…
Kyle Gray’s Keepers of the Light deck, which are also actual oracle cards. Oh, these cards, these cards. Each one is as though unwrapping a delicious gift which becomes a conversation.
It’s those conversations that make this deck fantastically unique and powerful in a very different way from the other oracle decks on this list and on my desk. Each card presents the opportunity for a conversation with the energy depicted there. Delicious.
In first place…
Colette Baron Reid’s Wisdom of the Oracle deck. This deck was an unwavering light in my life all of 2016. Its cards are meant for savoring, at least for me.
They’re like bells or singing bowls. Consider when we intentionally ring a bell or a singing bowl, and allow the ringing to ripple through its cycle and conclude naturally rather than being silenced.
That’s the way I feel about this deck. I’m curious to see if its impactfulness will continue in this new year.
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