R E V I E W
The Inner Wizard – Message Cards From Your Higher Self
Author: Jacob Roth & Libby Ram
Artist/Designer: Orma Ben-Shoshan
2003 (Hebrew), 2013 (English)
Available through _Kabbalah Insights_
And if *thinking* is not what you really need to do right now, simply let the wise, uplifting messages of the Inner Wizards fill your spirit with hope and harmony. I like the idea of combining these cards with Tarot or other oracle cards as well.
THE PUBLISHER'S PRODUCT SUMMARY
“The Inner Wizard cards expose typical stories of everyday life that relate to all of us. Each story is also related to a particular astrological sign that gives you, the reader, extra dimension to your understanding of the messages, as well as your own self.”
APPEARANCE, SIZE, QUALITY
The deck is packaged in a sturdy box with a lid. The box also contains a leaflet with information about the cards and the astrological and elemental attributes.
The deck contains 84 insight cards that make three sets in one package:
- 84 personal notes to support you daily – These notes are “signed” as if coming from entities, beings, or aspects of yourself. Examples are God, Venus, Me, Your suffering body, Your past, Your future self, Your higher self.
- 84 renewed choice proclamations, each beginning with “I consciously choose…”
- astrological aspects that relate to your situation – A zodiac sign symbol is placed in the four corners of the side of the card containing the note. These astrological associations are intended to “deepen the significance of the card in your process.”
The leaflet included with the deck provides “strengthening and weakening attributes of the astrological archetypes.” For example:
The creators of the deck recommend that “when you have a question or seek advice for the coming day, shuffle the cards and draw one out. Read the message on the front of the card, and you will gain a new insight. The reverse side of each card gives you a ‘renewed choice proclamation’ that will help you change your consciousness regarding the issue that came up, and support the closure of a certain cycle.” Other options include drawing a card in the morning and another in the evening to see what progress has been made, or drawing three cards and reading them from left to right, past-present-future, “as if you read an unfolding story.”