Oracle Cards – are top selling cards a good guide for the Spiritual Journeyer?
I love working with Oracle Cards and since my first Tarot Deck, the Aleister Crowley Tarot Deck, picked up at a fair after a tarot reading, I have continued to use oracle cards for personal spiritual practice and to help clients as well.
I used that Tarot Deck for several years, and then found myself working with Angel Energy, so found several of Doreen Virtue’s angel oracle card decks to be very helpful and powerful.
Since that time I have also moved towards using oracle cards for energy. A big personal favorite is the Vibrational Energy Cards Self Published Tarot Deck by Debbie Anderson. You can get these cards in hard copy, or as an app, both are lovely and very supportive energetically.
So which Oracle Cards come out at the top of the pile?
I thought I’d check the latest Amazon Search for Oracle Cards and see.
This search, Top Selling Oracle Cards, shows some interesting selections, some I would like (of course!) and some that I have recently started working with. So I would say it’s a pretty good guide for beginners or those further along the spiritual journey.
Out of the above search, I can recommend the following since I have recently started working with them.
Archangel Oracle Cards
This card deck is also a useful introduction to the 15 Archangels, their energetic natures and get you used to sensing and feeling how they can support you on the Spiritual Journey.
This is a non-denominational deck, it comes with a guidebook so you will be able to get a lot out of using these cards even if you are very new to card reading.
Rumi Oracle – an Invitation into the Heart of the Divine
Rumi, or Jalal al-Din Rumi, was Sufi poet (1207-1273) who found his inspiration by learning the practice of whirling or being a whirling dervish, a type of dance or movement to music created by ancient Muslim mystics in the Sufi sect.
Rumi’s poems and quotes have become very popular in the West during the last 30 years or so. I keep this lovely card deck in my office and use it for meditative purposes. The art and the thoughtful sayings are both very centering and uplifting.
I don’t have this set of cards, but I am really enjoying Kyle Gray’s Angel work. He is based in the UK and his work is being spread in the US by Hay House, who has published two of his decks so far.
I have Kyle Gray’s Angel Prayers Oracle Cards – Kyle Gray. I love the illustrations, the energy and the lessons encapsulated within the card choices. I find his writing new and fresh and his take on the energy of the Angels the same.
For years I have ‘seen’ Archangel Azrael as a black man (aka the Angel of Transition, or death), and Kyle illustrated Azrael this way in my Angel Prayers Deck. Validation at last!