Inquire Within: 53 hand illustrated cards to inspire inner wisdom, growth and connectedness.
♡ Each card is a meaningful phrase, reminder, word or prompt to help bring guidance and comfort to everyday life. Self healing requires a willingness to explore deeply, to ask yourself questions – to inquire within. The purpose of this deck grows from the idea that you yourself can heal you yourself. I hope you find joy in this project that was created in a slow & carefully meaningful way, and that the words and images inside serve as gentle reminders of the magic you already have in you. ♡
+ With your intuition: take a deep breath and pull a card. Trust that you will pull out the one you need to see. What might this message mean to you in this moment? Pause and reflect.
+ Explore: flip through the deck and find a card with a message that speaks to you at the moment. Put it up in your space to remind you.
+ You are unique: use this deck however you like.
There is a 54th card - a black instruction / suggested use card outlining the details written in the above description.
Size: 2.75 x 4.75 x 1 depth" (tarot card size)
Gold foil press printed on a matte white box
Card edges are gilded in gold
Black ink on both sides of the cards
Each front design is unique
The card backs feature a detailed symmetrical design.
The contents of the cards were conjured over years of little journal entries of my own. I like to write down little words and reminders for myself, and one day I decided to go through my personal archives and come up with a deck of simple, loving words & illustrations to share with others. Each design is 100% hand drawn in black ink my windowlit studio over the course of 8 months. This is a self-published card deck made in small batches.
To read more, check out my blog post about my process here!
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