Work Your Light Oracle Card - Rebecca Campbell (comes with Clear Quartz crystal)
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This Oracle Card deck comes with one Clear Quartz tumble stone to help bring clarity to your readings.
About the Oracle Cards:
The Work Your Light Oracle card pack by world renowned writer, spiritual teacher and visionary, Rebecca Campbell.
This beautiful 44-card oracle deck has been created to help you connect with your intuition, raise your vibration and be guided in your journey.
– Confirmation cards give a quick hit of instant guidance.
– Inquiry cards help you tune in to the whispers of your soul.
– Action cards guide you on what action to take.
– Activation cards invoke healing within you.
– Transmission cards connect you with supportive energies.
The accompanying guidebook explains how to use the Work Your Light Oracle to deepen your relationship with your soul and the Source of all things. It contains in-depth meanings for each of the 44 cards, and reveals how to attune your cards, activate soul space before starting work, create different card spreads, and give readings for other people.
When you work with the cards, you will find that your intuition increases, you become more connected to your own soul's voice and that of the universe/source.
Card Size: Approximately 9 x 12.5 cm (3.5 x 5").
About Rebecca Campbell
Rebecca Campbell is a celebrated writer, mystic, mentor, creative and visionary who leads activating workshops internationally, giving people an experience of their soul.
She is the bestselling author of numerous books and oracle decks, including Light Is the New Black and the Work Your Light Oracle. Her books and oracle decks have been translated into 18 different languages and can be found in all corners of the globe. All of her creations are dedicated to supporting people to live a soul-led life.
credit: Rebecca Campbell
Oracle and tarot cards should be considered as a tool for ones own spiritual growth. Please use your common sense and own judgement. Any oracle or tarot card reading should not be used to predict events or give absolute advice.