Top 3 Best Oracle Decks

Top 3 Best Oracle Decks

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Introduction

In this article, I will share my perspective on the top 3 best oracle card decks. For each deck, I will share WHY I love it and also any aspects of the deck that I don’t love. Because the artwork inside of a tarot deck is VERY important to me, I am guessing it is for you too,  I will also include links to video flip throughs of each deck so you can see the artwork on each card inside the deck

But first, why use oracle cards?

  • Oracle cards are a tool that can help you gain insight and guidance
    • Through the energy of synchronicity, oracle cards offer a unique perspective on life’s challenges and can provide some ideas on how to navigate through the challenges you are currently facing. 
  • A tool for self-reflection
    • Oracle cards can be a tool for self-reflection and self-discovery because it gives you clues that help you have a deeper understanding of yourself including your emotions or what might be going on in the situation.
  • Connect with your intuition or higher self
    • The colors, symbols, images and meanings of tarot cards can help individuals connect with their inner wisdom. When you see a card, memories, thoughts or impressions may come to you immediately. This is your intuition or higher self speaking to you.
  • They can be fun!
    • For some people, oracle cards can be a fun and entertaining way to gain insight and perspective on life’s challenges

The Enchanted Map by Colette Baron-Reid

Why I love this deck?

  • There is a lot of wisdom in this deck. The cards with their meanings offer practical wisdom and advice. I am never disappointed or confused when I pull a card from this deck to shed light on a situation
  • Good quality – I have been using this deck for a while and it is still in great condition.
  • The imagery is very cool with a surreal, fantasy aesthetic. There are cute animals too! (I LOVE animals in a deck)

Things I DO NOT love about it

  • I am being honest when I say that there isn’t anything I would change about this deck. It’s pretty great!

If you are interested in this deck you can find deck here – LINK

A Walk-Through of the Enchanted Map Oracle Deck

Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals

  • Deck Authors – Jamie Sams, David Carson and Angela C. Werneke

Why I love this deck?

  • This deck taps into nostalgia for me because it was the first oracle deck I ever used and I have been using it ever since. I love the Native American Animal Totem aspect and the idea that we can learn from the ways of animals. When I was in third grade, I was quite imaginative and I wrote in my journal that I should be called “Flying Deer”. To this day, I am not quite sure where that inspiration came from.
  • When you use this deck over a period of time you start to appreciate and connect the different animals with their meaning or symbolism.  When I see animals out in the wild, I immediately think of what that animal represents. For example, in this deck, a snake represents “transmutation”, so when I see a snake, I appreciate BOTH the animal and the message in that moment.
  • The introduction in the book that comes with the cards describes where the teachings associated with this deck come from including the intention behind the deck. There are also some pretty helpful spreads suggested in the book.

Things I DO NOT love about it

  • Similar to the deck above – there isn’t anything I would change about this deck. There is much wisdom within it and beautiful intentions in the creation of it.

If you are interested in this deck you can find it here – LINK

A Walk-Through of the Medicine Cards Oracle Deck

Foxfire the Kitsune Oracle by Lucy Cavendish and Meredith Dillman 

Why I love this deck

  • FOXES! This deck has lots of foxes in it and this makes me happy! As soon as I saw it HAD to buy it
  • The Japanese imagery is colorful, mystical and fantastic. In addition to foxes, there are powerful women, fairies, dragons and mermaids.
  • The book offers tips for using the cards including how to shuffle. It also shares ideas for different oracle spreads and layouts

Things I don’t like about it

  • The cards are on the larger side so can be difficult to shuffle but this still doesn’t take away from the beauty of this deck.

If you are interested in this deck, you can find it here – LINK

A Walk-Through of the Kitsune Oracle Deck

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